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AATM CADA Ardennes
The Comité UFOLEP Ardennes offers multisports initiations to the public of the CAD AATM of Charleville.
ASPIRE has the main aim to offer suitable participation opportunities for refugees in and through sport, physical activity and play.
Ateliers et rencontres socio-sportifs pour le bien-être et l'intégration d'enfants et d'adolescents migrants/réfugiés
Social and sports workshops and meetings for well-being and integration of migrants / refugees children and teenagers
Alley Athletics is a non-profit professional athletics club for girls and boys who live in disadvantaged neighborhoods.
Bike Bridge is a program with the aims to increase mobility and facilitate social and cultural integration of refugee women and asylum seekers.
Our mission is simple: to get refugees cycling!
BTTC Refugee Integration Project
The BTTC Refugee Integration Project aims to use table tennis as a tool for the integration of diverse marginalised groups.
Climbing for migrants
The focus of the project is on climbing and training related to climbing. The participants who have learned sufficient climbing get the possibility to join one of the organized training groups for teenagers.
Cricket and English
We will provide an open and welcoming environment which will encourage integration and being respectful to all cultures.
The project aims to build a team of six asylum seekers and refugees in order to take part in a unique competition in France.
European Youth Engaging in Solidarity and Sport (EYESS)
Non-governmental organisations, sports federations and universities in five European countries are committed together in the project to fight racism and encourage social integration through practice of sports disciplines.
FA refugees & asylum seekers
We want everyone to benefit from the power of football.
This project aims at fostering social inclusion of young refugees settled in the Île-de-France region and encouraging debate on the issue of social inclusion of refugees.
Favoriser les interactions entre populations universitaire et migrante du littoral calaisien
Contribution of "physical activities and fair kitchen" tools to social inclusion
Federal Programme "Integration through Sport"
This programme wishes to raise awareness of issues of intercultural diversity among sports organisations and facilitators, namely through the very useful and practical tool called “Fit for Diversity”.
Football against Racism in Hungary
The project will aim at combating discrimination and fostering social inclusion of people of migrant descent and other minorities (mainly Roma Community in Budapest) through sport, more specifically football.
Football and friendship
City of Sanctuary aims to engender a culture of welcome for asylum-seekers and refugees in the local community through regular sport.
Football and Integration Alliances
The project will develop and support a national alliance network of sustainable local football actions and integration.
Football Club Phenix de Versailles
The Football Club Phenix de Versailles is a football club run by volunteers, for refugees, asylum seekers and homeless people from Versailles and its surroundings.
Football Including Refugees in Europe (FIRE)
FIRE aims at promoting inclusion, participation, socialisation and access to sport for asylum-seekers, migrants and refugees.
Get2Sport for all
The purpose of Get2Sport for all was to establish a quick and extraordinary opportunity to help and support sports clubs which invite refugees into their local sport community.
The overall aim of the project is the protection, empowerment, social integration and psychological well-being of refugee and migrant women, as well as the promotion of the Olympic values and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through sport.
Integration of Syrian migrants into Armenian society through Sports Project
This project plans to organise mini basketball or (futsal) tournaments with Syrian migrants to further engage them in the Armenian society.
Integration through sport
For more than 20 years we have advocated diversity within Sport and helped sport clubs and federations in creating projects to include migrants, refugees and other people who suffer from social disadvantages.
Intégration par le Sport
The project aims at developing participation in sport activities among asylum-seekers, and doing so, at instilling sport and Republican values in these people.
Jeunes Mineurs Isolés et Sport
The project allows young refugees to follow trainings and matches and helps them in their search for an apprenticeship.
Kick for Social Development
Kick for social development is a cooperation program.
Kicken ohne Grenzen
"Kicken ohne Grenzen" draws on the unifying power of sport to help integrate young people forced to leave their homes into established social groups.
LCFA Refugee traineeship programme
LCFA Refugee traineeship programme is a 12 week football/education programme.
Ledereen op het veld
The Royal Belgium Football Association together with different partners wants to invest in the integration of asylum seekers and refugies through football.
Les Gazelles de Bruxelles
Our mission: strengthening adults from disadvantaged groups through jogging and realising opportunities to meet.
The originality of our program is both to involve women refugees, especially through sports, and to articulate sports grassroots activities and advocacy activities.
Liberi Nantes is a football team made up entirely of players who are victims of forced migration, but it is much more than that ...
Live sport - Embrace the future
The NOC Portugal goals for “Live Sport – Embrace the Future” are: Promote the cohesion and social inclusion of refugees through sport; Give opportunities for a sport career and; Strengthen advocacy and raising awareness around sport.
Minor-Ndako Sport: indoor football team (futsal)
Participation and inclusion in society are the cornerstones of our approach.
Minor-Ndako Sport: running club
Participation and inclusion in society are the cornerstones of our approach.
In few days Mondiali Antirazzisti is like a village where people meet together, exchange experience, build relationships and experiment that living together in peace is possible.
Movi Kune - moving together
Since 2013, the sport and exercise psychology department (University of Vienna, Austria) and the care centre for torture and war survivors Hemayat have been working together in this project, using sport and exercise as tools for psychosocial support.
No one offside
BX is a welcoming football club which challenges children and teenagers to discover and develop their passions and talents within the social reality of Brussels.
The project supports athletics clubs which organise athletics sessions at low level with the two programmes Start to Run and Start to Move.
Ourmala provides trauma informed yoga classes for refugees, people seeking asylum and survivors of trafficking and modern slavery. We work with a variety of partner organisations to offer yoga classes in 6 locations around London, with more planned for 2018.
Paris Sport Réfugiés
Working with children, families and adults in the field of non formal education, this programme improves the skills of the educators and a wealthier sport and community life around entertainment spaces and local sports facilities.
Peace Ball Project
The main purpose of the "Peace Ball Project" is to express that sports has no discrimination and to emphasise that sports ensure "Peace, Friendship and Brotherhood".
PlayTogetherNow is a non-profit organisation that focuses on football and leisure activities for young refugees and European youth.
The project aims at preventing juvenile delinquency and protecting foreign unaccompanied minors in street situation. It wishes to intervene with these children individually to provide personalised responses.
With the support of the European Commission, the Flemish Athletics Federation is developing this 3-year project, aimed at the creation of local running groups.
We use the medium of sport for social inclusion and cultural integration to combat all forms of discrimination and promote peace at home and abroad in a human rights framework.
Social integration of people with disabilities through sport
The project cooperates with athletes, sports unions and other organisations to promote sports in Ukraine, to open sports clubs and make them accessible to young people and to help children and young people socialising through sport
Sport : l'arbitrage de football comme outil d'intégration et d'inclusion sociale des réfugié(e)s
The aim of the project is to provide the migrants ith the means for a better social inclusion within the French society, by enabling them to practise the language, to get better acquainted with their host town or region and to meet people outside the social and administrative systems. Through...
Sport as a valuable instrument of integration
Panathlon International is a non-profit association whose aim is the affirmation of sporting ideals and its moral and cultural values as a tool for education of the person and of solidarity between individuals and peoples.
Empower policy-makers and relevant stakeholders to more effectively tackle racism, xenophobia, radicalisation, marginalisation, social depreciation, social exclusion in sport related with refugees in refugiee camps and hot sports.
Sport welcomes refugees
This ERASMUS+ sport project aims at enhancing the social inclusion and participation of newly arrived migrants at different levels of sport through training, awareness-raising and capacity-building of sport stakeholders.
The project is in accordance with the Italian Office against Racial Discrimination to assist the territorial networks against discrimination.
Since its inception, Plymouth Hope has used sports and mainly football as a tool for social cohesion and integration.
This project performs surf activities (lessons, inclusion) with children with special needs (physical or mental health issues, or social vulnerability).
Taekwondo for refugees
The Taekwondo Humanitarian Foundation empowers refugees and displaced persons worldwide by training them in the sport and martial art of taekwondo.
The NIF refugee fund
The Norwegian Olympic and Paralympic Committee and Confederation of Sports (NIF) Board initiated the NIF Refugee Fund in the fall of 2015 to help sports clubs to create activity for the target group - refugees in the centers and at sports clubs facilities.
The sound of sport
The "Sound of sport" project aims to help youngsters at risk of exclusion and radicalisation, including young refugees.
Training and finding jobs for young people at risk of social exclusion
The social action unit in the Union de Federacions Esportives de Catalunya (Catalan Union of Sports Federations- UFEC) has launched its Inser-Sport programme, aimed at young people at risk of social exclusion, who are users of the third sector organisations with which the UFEC has created...
The project aims at facilitating the integration of migrants living in the inner city of Paris through sport. It is based on the idea that sport is not a luxury but a right eveyone should be allowed to exercise. It has unquestionably positive effects on health, but also plays a tremendous role in...
Vardmodellen is a project that helps migrants integrate into the Norwegian society through participation in football.
Walk the World
The objective of our action is to contribute to a more inclusive, cohesive and resilient society in Belgium, and by extension, across Europe. The project specifically aims at enhancing and facilitating access to sporting activities for refugees and asylum seekers.
We welcome young Refugees
R. Europa Kraainem F.C. is an amateur football club, which hosts more than 350 young players coming from 42 different countries. The club is convinced that football has the power to bring people together and facilitates social integration.
Welcome to the pitch
Oltalom Sport Association runs two projects with complex football-based activities targeting unaccompanied minors and refugees residing in Hungary to enhance their physical and mental well-being and social integration.
Welcoming through Sport
“Welcoming through Sport” is one of the answers to the migration of millions of refugees to Western Europe in the last three years.