Collaborative Projects

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MEW

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Movement Environment Well-being (MEW)

he MEW project “Movement Environment Well-being” means to establish a “European Network for Health”, promoting a “Protocol of activities” and correct life styles to counter sedentariness and to show the economic savings and the individual and social well-being. The protocol of activities will be the result of a research, an analysis and a study path […]

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InSport

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InSport

Aims Develop a European model for the inclusion in sport of people with disabilities based on a survey of existing best national practices and the greatest barriers to inclusion in European Union (EU) member states; Create a web – based platform publicly accessible and widely applicable to act as a knowledge and resource centre for […]

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EIPET

European Inclusive Physical Education

The UNESCO Chair recognises that physical education, physical activity and sport have the potential to facilitate inclusion intersectionally across marginalised groups as these activities have the potential to trigger social change by breaking down barriers and stigma, increasing life chances, encouraging intercultural dialogue and understanding and supporting the empowerment of people with disabilities in a […]

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S4D

Sport4Development Uganda

In June 2016, the UNESCO Chair’s first scoping visit to Uganda took place. With our partner, International Needs UK, projects of International Needs Uganda in the Buikwe district were visited with the aim to explore possibilities of using inclusive sport and play in the communities. A survey was conducted among teachers of three schools and […]

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UMove

U Move

Win a Tablet PC or Mystery Prize The UNESCO Chair IT Tralee are holding a mixed-media competition ‘U Move’ in order to gain the opinions of youth on their experience in: Sport, PE, Physical Activity Answer the following questions as part of your entry: What is your experience of sport/PE/physical activity? You can tell us […]

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UFIT

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Universal Fitness Innovation & Transformation

Universal Fitness Innovation & Transformation (UFIT) is a global social change movement, led by the UNESCO Chair in the Institute of Technology Tralee, Ireland. UFIT aims to increase fitness opportunities for people with disabilities by connecting fitness clubs and centres; with local disability service providers and groups; and allied professionals guiding the process in a […]

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i-PEPAS

Inclusive Physical Education, Physical Activity and Sport

The UNESCO Chair recognises that physical education, physical activity and sport have the potential to facilitate inclusion intersectionally across marginalised groups as these activities have the potential to trigger social change by breaking down barriers and stigma, increasing life chances, encouraging intercultural dialogue and understanding and supporting the empowerment of people with disabilities in a […]

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Afadin

Valuing Diversity through Movement

The UNESCO Chair was represented at VADIMO youth exchange, led by Afadin, in Barcelona in July. The aim of the exchange was to provide a lived experience of diversity to youngsters from around Europe by a) living together in a fully inclusive intercultural environment and b) engaging in universally designed physical activities. 35 youths represented […]

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