Non-mainstream football clubs adapt to the particular needs of migrant and refugee women, making them feel more comfortable to participate in sport.
A physical training workshop on inclusive sport gathered the partner organizations of the SPIN Refugees project. The three-day train-the-trainer workshop in Zurndorf (Austria) trained participants to become Trainer Inclusive Sports. The trainers will become experts for inclusion within sports organisations. The participants practiced training and communication skills and learned how to actively acquire knowledge about inclusion.
The most relevant outcomes of the SPIN WOMEN project supporting others to make sport more inclusive for migrant women and girls.
ISCA to award best practices with €3000.
We look back on two exciting conference days and would like to take this opportunity to thank all participants for their active support!
Please find here the final draft of the SPIN Network Statute.
(Hybrid) Conference | 31.5.-1.6.2021 | Live broadcast from the AK Vienna
In the framework of the ERASMUS+ project SPIN Women, the 60-page magazine has been produced in English and Portuguese. It was created for and about women, featuring powerful stories about female athlethes and more.
Looking for more diversity in European women's football. Online Debate & Presentation of “W”-Magazine on 16 March 2021.
The Hungarian migrant led organization and SPIN network partner Mahatma Gandhi Human Rights Organization (MGHRO) acted as a mouthpiece for the rights of people of colour in Hungary during the recent #BlackLivesMatter demonstrations in Budapest.