Empowering Youth Volunteers through Sport in the Mediterranean Region
EYVOL project aims to foster inclusive youth environments by implementing innovative educational methods based on sport to train youth leaders and volunteers.
EYVOL project is a transnational cooperation partnership that allows a group of stakeholders from youth, educational and sport backgrounds to collaborate in a project aimed to foster inclusive youth environments by implementing innovative educational methods based on sport to train youth leaders and volunteers.
The main purpose of this project is to provide young multipliers (youth leaders and civil society activists) and young people specialized in sport with concrete and action-oriented training tools to be used in youth empowering and capacity building activities based on sport volunteering for social inclusion, with special regard to refugee community focused on the Mediterranean Region.
To promote voluntary activity in sport. the project will aim at developing youth skills through sport volunteerism for the purposes of future employability in sport and non-sport related activities.
Full List of Partners
- International Olympic Truce Centre;
- International Center for Sport Security;
- Comite Olimpico de Portugal;
- Orama Neon – Youthorama;
- International Council for Coaching Excellence;
- Comitato Olimpico Nazionale Italiano;
- European Platform for Sport Innovation;
- European Non-Governmental Sports Organizations;
- Universitat de les Illes Balears;
- Fundacion del Centenario del Sevilla FC;
- Fondazione garagErasmus;
- Universite Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne
- United Nation Alliance Of Civilizations.
EPSI Executive Director Alberto Bichi and ACES Europe Secretary General Hugo Alonso meet Yves le Lostecque (Head of Sport Unit) e Marisa Fernandez Esteban (Deputy Head of Sport Unit).
EPSI, as partner of the European Commission for the European Week of Sport, is going to take part to the event in Sintra (Portugal)
Students will be part of the study of the Dutch university – Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS).