In the period 11 – 14 May 2016 in Albena Resort, Bulgaria, Bulgarian Sports Federation for Children Deprived of Parental Care plans to hold SPORT AGAINST VIOLENCE Seminar under SPORT FOR ALL Project.
The project is implemented in accordance with AGREEMENT № 2015 – 3581 / 001 – 001 in partnership consortium of 8 countries and 12 partners. More information about partners in section: PARTNERS
The topic of the seminar is DISCUSSION OF INNOVATIVE APPROACHES AND BEST PRACTICES FOR TACKLING THE YOUTH AGGRESSION, VIOLENCE, INTOLERANCE AND DISCRIMINATION VIA SPORT AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY.
Day 1. Registration. Welcome presentation – Violence at schools and kindergardens in the EU /review on the issue in the partcipating countries and the EU/. Discrimination has many faces /Focus on violence as an expression of intolerance/. The silent aggression and discrimination /to ignore them means to exclude them – for children at risk and the lack of initiatives for active social inclusion/. Day 2. Sport and AGGRESSION – Can sport fight it and how. The outmost experts will deliver presentations on sport and physical activities capacity to fight against violence and discrimination and trigger social changes/reports/Discussion panel/ Workshops in groups – Sport against violence case studies and match-making sessions for collaborative activities for increasing the capacity of NGOs, education system and public authorities to plan, promote and implement local, national and transnational initiatives for sports/physical activities as a way to decrease violence and discrimination. Day 3. Transnational forum – SPORT AGAINST VIOLENCE – medias will be encouraged as well as VIPs – such as pop singers, professional sportsmen, and representatives of the Health, Tourism, Ministry of Labour and Social policy and Ministry of Education to participate. Discussion panel/ Workshops in groups – Sport against violence case studies. Day 4. Match-making panel and Departure
The seminar is suitable for experts and specialists working for or interested to attribute to combating violence: teachers and education managers at mass and sport schools and kindergartens, experts in sports, social care institutions, psychology experts and medical workers, public authorities – the police officers, representatives of municipalities, parents and representatives of NGOs active in the sport field and discrimination, etc.
Place: Flamingo Hotel, Albena Resort, Bulgaria
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