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The Mahamata Gandhi Human Rights Organization is a Budapest based humanitarian organization that was created in 1992. The vision of the founder, Mr. Gibril Deen, is to fight for the rights of migrants and refugees, to combat racism and discrimination against foreigners and to encourage at all levels social inclusion in our community

 

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New ESPIN project: Sport Welcomes Refugees PDF Print E-mail
We have the pleasure in informing you that our organisation is participating in a new ESPIN project. The objective of the project Sport Welcomes Refugees - Social inclusion of newly arrived migrants in and through sport is to enhance the social inclusion and participation of newly arrived migrants on different levels of sport (formal and informal) through training, awareness-raising and capacity-building of sport stakeholders. Project Duration: 1Janary 2017 – 31 December 2018 (24 month)
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Project Summary
Sport Welcomes Refugees
Partnership
fairplay-VIDC (Austria) (Lead Organisation)www.fairplay.or.at
FAI – Football Association of Ireland (Rep. of Ireland) www.fai.ie
SJPF- Portuguese Players Union (Portugal) www.sjpf.pt
Camino (Germany) www.camino-werkstatt.de
UISP (Italy)www.uisp.it
Liikkukaa (Finland)www.liikkukaa.org
Mahatma Gandhi Human Rights Organisation (Hungary) www.gandhi.hu
Faros (Greece) www.faros.org.gr
 
Project History
2011 - Launching of the project Sport Inclusion Network (SPIN) – Involving migrants in mainstream sport
institutions (Preparatory measures in the field of Sport, European Commission, DG EAC)
2014 - Sport and Inclusion (SPIN) –Training for working with young people; exchange of practical methods
2015-2016 - Follow-up project “European Sport Inclusion Network - Promoting Equal Opportunities of Migrants and
Minorities through Volunteering in Sport” (Erasmus + Sport - Collaborative Partnerships)
Aim
The objective of the project Sport Welcomes Refugees - Social inclusion of newly arrived migrants in and
through sport is to enhance the social inclusion and participation of newly arrived migrants on different levels of
sport (formal and informal) through training, awareness-raising and capacity-building of sport stakeholders.
Project Duration: 1Janary 2017 – 31 December 2018 (24 month)
Activities
 
Workstream 1.: Towards an Evidence base: Assessing Needs, Developing Quality Criteria and Good Practice
1.1. Assessment of the needs of sport educators in view of the actual challenges
1.2. Description and analysis of Good Practice examples in Europe
1.3. Developing of quality criteria for projects including refugees in/through sports
 
 Workstream 2.: Training and Qualification of Sport Educators and Clubs
2.1. Training Programme for Sport Coaches and Sport Instructors
2.2. Online-Platform: Sport Clubs open doors for refugees and migrants
Workstream 3.: Respect Refugees - Campaigning and Raising Public Awareness
3. 1. Refugees Welcome Events during the European Week of Sport (Sept. 2017)
3.2. Refugee Welcome Events during FARE Action Weeks (Oct. 2018)
Workstream 4.: Capacity building of Sport Initiatives with newly arrived Migrants
4.1. Get structured – Network Meeting: “Grassroots Initiatives meet the organised Sport” (May/June year 1)
4.2. Basic Packages - Providing support for Sport Initiatives working with newly arrived migrants (ongoing)
Workstream 5: European Networking and Policy Development
5. 1. Public Meeting at the European Parliament (Sept. 2018, European Week of Sport- EWoS)
5. 2. European Conference: The Role of Sport in Building a Diverse and Inclusive Europe (Nov. 2018, Lisbon)
 
 Contact
fairplay-VIDC, Möllwaldplatz 5/3, A-1040 Vienna, Austria
Kurt Wachter,  This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it  , Tel. +43 1 7133594 90 facebook.com/SpinProject/
David Hudelist,  This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it ; Tel. +43 1 7133594 72 www.socialinclusion.net
 
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Ferenc krt. 18. Fszt. 1.
Budapest
Hungary
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Telephone: (+36 1) 215-8301
Fax: (+36 1) 215-8301

Information: Mobile phone: (+36 30) 99 63 567