Collaborative Projects

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PEPAYS

PEPAYS Conference 2016

3 Themes Physical Education, Physical Activity and Sport as a Fundamental Right for All Benefits of Physical Education, Physical Activity and Sport The Need for Strategic Vision on Policy Priorities Across all Stakeholders     Welcome Message from PEPAYS Ireland Forum 2016 PEPAYS Ireland & the Institute of Technology Tralee (IT Tralee) organised the PEPAYS […]

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Commit to Inclusion

Commit to Inclusion

Commit to Inclusion is a campaign that promotes the right for children with disabilities to inclusive physical activity, physical education, sport, recreation and play. Inequalities and discrimination span from community and school-based physical activity programmes, like physical education, to organized and informal sport and recreation programmes, to access play spaces like community playgrounds, as well […]

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PRIME

White background, with blue strokes picturing a stylized man with a kimono and a belt in a wheelchair punching with his right arm. On the lower right hand side is written: Prime Participation, Recreation and Inclusion through Martial Arts Education

Participation, Recreation and Inclusion through Martial Arts Education

PRIME aims to develop, trial and implement a coaching framework for coaches of the martial arts working with people with disabilities. Using a collaborative partnership to increase confidence, physical competence and physical activity levels among persons with disabilities in Europe by increasing the quality of coach education and accreditation in the martial arts. Partners: ICSSPE […]

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EWoS

EWoS Ability Link*Kit – European Week of Sport

The UNESCO Chair was involved in the development of the BeInclusive Toolkit that was then published for the European Week of Sport in 2016. The #BeInclusive toolkit aims to support para-sport and disability-sport organisations to connect with the European Week of Sport, in order to inspire everyone to be more physically active in Europe. #BeInclusive […]

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P2I

Poster P2I

Plan2Inclusivize

Plan2Inclusivize is a program that believes in the power of sport as a medium to bring positive change. Through a partnership between Plan International and the UNESCO Chair in Inclusive Physical Education, Sport, Recreation and Fitness an active and participatory approach has been developed to promote social inclusion of children with disabilities through inclusive sports […]

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ETS

Education through Sport

The project Education through Sport (hereinafter: ETS) for Democracy and Social Change is led by the organization Hope for Children Hungary in partnership with different organizations from 9 other EU member states already involved in grassroots sports and non-formal education. The approach is based on the EU White Paper on Sport as it condemns the […]

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SEDY

Sport Enables Disabled Youth

The seminar “Sport Unified: how sport is a tool for inclusion of diversity” took place from the 15th – 20th of September  2016 in Sassari, Italy. Through this seminar ENGSO youth created a platform where young people from all backgrounds and with different abilities came together and engaged in finding practical solutions, exchanged ideas and […]

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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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