After 13 successful years and 5 major EU-funded projects on sport and social inclusion, SPIN opens up for membership today!
Following the registration of SPIN as a non-profit association, members have elected the inaugural board.
Our colleague Markus Pinter wrote a groundhopping article for the ballesterer magazine within the Sport Together project.
The new guide of the SPIN project contains insights and practical tips from four integrative sports projects.
A new publication prepared by Jondis Schwartzkopff form the SPIN research partner Camino examines existing empirical literature and studies on the integration of refugees through sport.
During the 2-day workshop in Dublin, Ireland, hosted by the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) and the Sport Inclusion Network (SPIN), project partners and stakeholders from across Europe discussed strategies and challenges of social inclusion of refugees and asylum seekers through football.
Inclusion of young people in urban spaces through sport - invitation to the City of Ghent conference.
In a joint effort with SPIN Refugees project partners, we have invited athletes with a refugee background to raise awareness about the role of sport toward social inclusion. In their testimonial videos, the “United for Inclusion” Ambassadors emphasize the valuable contribution of refugees and asylum seekers to sport, from the grassroots level to national teams and the Olympic Games!
The Irish FA Foundation has hosted a meeting in Belfast as part of a cross-European project aimed at strengthening social inclusion in divided communities.
To mark this years’ European Week of Sport, partners of the Sport Inclusion (SPIN) network, in cooperation with the partners of the Sport Together project, are launching the “United for Inclusion” campaign.