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The project at a glance

The Sports 4 all project is an 18-month project financed through EU funds from the Erasmus+ Sport line, where Kirikù Cooperative is the leader. The primary objective of the project is to develop, together with the other European partners, an educational methodology and a tool aimed at facilitating the inclusion of children in educational poverty in sports settings.

The partnership

Sports 4 all is composed of five European partners:

  • Cooperativa Kirikù – Cooperative dealing with protection of minors and youth policies – (Italy)
  • InnvoVED – NGO dealing with innovative vocational education and training – (Greece)
  • Mar Violeta – Association that aims to help people at risk of social exclusion to have access opportunities in society. – (Spain)
  • TPV Volleyball Novo Mesto – Volleyball sports club – (Slovenia)
  • ALDA – European Association for Local Democracy, aims to promote democratic participation and activate local actors – (France)

Project duration:

Sports 4 all has a duration of 18 months and will end in November 2023

Project actions

Phase 1: Context analysis
This phase involves the analysis of the local context through a discussion with schools and sports associations to detect the critical issues they face in dealing with disadvantaged children and to check possible methodologies they have already put in place. This analysis will be carried out through a questionnaire.

Phase 2: Method Development
It is planned to develop an initial hypothesis of methodology that will be presented to the sports associations that intend to collaborate in the project.

Phase 3: Experimentation and refinement of the method
Last phase of the project involving experimentation of the method, where associations will be asked to provide comments and feedback on what has been developed with a view to refining it and developing a final version.

16 November 2023SPORTS 4 ALL Project Reaches a Successful Final PhaseNovember 14 and 15 marked a critical milestone for the SPORTS 4 ALL project, culminating in a final event held in Italy at Casa Roncato in Montebelluna. The event brought together educators, journalists, public representatives, including the Sports Councilor of...
13 November 2023Download the SPORTS 4 ALL Method: A New Approach to Sport for Social InclusionThe SPORTS 4 ALL project, funded by the Erasmus+ Sport program of the European Commission, has produced the SPORTS 4 ALL method, specifically designed for coaches and educators in the world of sports. Its main goal is to develop and...
27 October 2023Unveiling the Impacts of the SPORTS 4 ALL Method: Insights from CoachesThe SPORTS 4 ALL project, aimed at integrating disadvantaged children into sports activities, has made remarkable strides. Recent feedback from coaches provides invaluable insights into the method’s effectiveness, its impact on children, families, and the dynamics within sports clubs. Effective...