The final outcome of the Sporting Inclusion and Diversity (SPIDI) international activity – the video manual, has been released.
The SPIDI video manual includes fun and simple games which facilitate inclusion (through sport). The activities are easy to adapt to any location, timing, number of people or equipment and tools available.
Sporting Inclusion and Diversity (SPIDI) international activity took place on August 21-26, 2020 in Vilnius, Lithuania.
The objectives of Sporting Inclusion and Diversity correspond to the strategic priorities of the Council of Europe’s Youth sector for the period of 2020-2021, namely priority n.3: Inclusive and Peaceful societies. Within the frameworks of the “Promoting social inclusion, fostering active participation, gender equality and combating all forms of discrimination on the grounds of Article 14 of the European Convention on Human Rights” we specifically focused on young refugees and their transition from childhood to adulthood.
Sport represents an educational avenue that can equip disadvantaged youngsters with skills, competences and it helps to build social capital which is an essential component of social inclusion and diversity, which you are fully aware of and we will take a chance to exchange good practices and also continue to create our impact in the field.