New opportunities
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New opportunities in the S&D sector include the sportanddev call for articles reporting on IDSDP 2015, several training courses and a call for abstracts for the Olympism4Humanity Summit.

Call for articles: International Day of Sport for Development and Peace

In this special edition call for articles from sportanddev, we are asking you to report on an IDSDP celebration you attended, using various types of media. Article submission deadline: 23 April

Training course: Naturally Empowered, Naturally Active

Naturally Empowered, Naturally Active is a training course that focuses on how to use outdoor and nature-based training elements as educational tools to tackle the issue of youth empowerment and active participation. Application deadline: 20 April

Erasmus+ training course: Learning Through Sports

From 8 - 12 September, Erasmus+ Youth in Action is hosting a training course in Finland on sport as a tool for learning and social integration. Application deadline: 4 May

2015 Olympism4Humanity Praxis Summer Programme

The annual Olympism4Humanity (O4H) Praxis Summer Programme provides interdisciplinary and applied professional development opportunities to advance evidence-based policy and programming. Registration deadline: 31 May

Call for abstracts: Olympism4Humanity Summit 2015

The O4H Summit is accepting research paper abstracts for 20-minute oral presentations, poster presentations and 45-minute roundtable discussions at their annual summit. Submission deadline: 30 May




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