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A white girls sport?

A white girls sport?

Looking for more diversity in European women’s football. Online Debate & Presentation of “W”-Magazine on 16 March 2021.

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#BlackLivesMatter actions in Hungary

#BlackLivesMatter actions in Hungary

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.

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Support Anti-Racism work in Hungary – Get a Solidarity T-Shirt

Support Anti-Racism work in Hungary – Get a Solidarity T-Shirt

The Sport Inclusion Network (SPIN) shares the vision of sport and a Europe free of discrimination, where everybody irrespective of origin, race, gender, sexual orientation or ability enjoys the same fundamental rights. But in current Hungary independent human rights and anti-racism work is at risk.

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New study reveals: Female refugees hardly reached by sport clubs

New study reveals: Female refugees hardly reached by sport clubs

But even though there are strong barriers linked to gender inequality and migrant exclusion, the research shows that there exist successful strategies for inclusion. Based on empirical data collected in 7 EU member states, the German SPIN organisation Camino published a study report on the access and participation of migrant women and girls in sports.

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First Evaluation Results of the SPIN Women Project

First Evaluation Results of the SPIN Women Project

Looking at society at large, migrant and ethnic minority women are belonging to the most vulnerable groups in Europe. The SPIN Women project aims to show the different perspectives of migrant and ethnic minority women and to develop strategies to increase their involvement in sports.

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Strong women & powerful girls

Strong women & powerful girls

Commitment, the wish to learn and discover new perspectives and breaking down barriers for women in sport have been the shared motivations of all participants brought together from all over Europe to attend the Train the Trainers Seminar in Berlin. The seminar took place on November 30th and December 1st in the context of the SPIN Women project.

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Sport Inclusion Network successful with new European Refugees project

Sport Inclusion Network successful with new European Refugees project

In summer the European Commission has called for projects on the integration and social inclusion of refugees through sport. Out of 70 received, eleven projects were selected for the 2019 edition of the call. One of the successful pan-European projects is “Sport Inclusion of Refugees across Europe” (SPIN Refugees).

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Girl Power in the European Week of Sport 2020

“Girl Power” poster for the European Week of Sport

To reach more visibility and to support the activities taking place during the European Week of Sport the partner organisations of the SPIN Women project produced and diseminate the new “Girl Power” poster that is available for download.

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