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.
In a joint initiative, the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) and the Sport Inclusion Network (SPIN) host a workshop on football as a tool for Social Inclusion of Refugees across Europe.
SPIN funds “United for Inclusion” events during the European Week of Sport.
SPIN Refugee project co-funds training courses for refugees and asylum seekers to obtain qualification in sport.
Our EU project SPIN Refugees is more relevant than ever due to the largest European refugee movement since the Second World War.
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!