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Street soccer for peace as tool for social inclusion

The training activity took place
in Cercedilla
organised by Futsal Rivas
22 - 28 November, 2017
Reference person

Alberto García García

(Organiser)
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Aims & objectives

With the Street Soccer forpeace methodology, in particular, and with sport, in general, as a guiding principle, this training course has as its main objective to equip participants with effective tools to promote social inclusion and, in this way, contribute to the integral personal development of young people.
• Promote the basic values ​​of the European Union, included in Article 2 of the EU Treaty and the basic values ​​of sport, such as respect and fight against any form of violence and discrimination.
• Equip the participants with proven methodologies and resources aimed at promoting social inclusion through sport (among them, the Street soccer forpeace methodology) and sensitize participants with the role of sport as a tool for youth work.
• Understand the concept of competence and explore the development of key competences through sports: teamwork, leadership, communication, conflict resolution, effective communication, initiative spirit, etc ...
• Encourage sports practice and risk-free physical activity.

Target group & international/intercultural composition of the group & team

* CLUB DEPORTIVO BÁSICO RIVAS FUTSAL (España)
* A.S.D. ASTI CALCIO A 5 (Italia)
* RÖBÄCKS IF (Suecia)
* ASSOCIAZIONE INCO-MOLFETTA (Italy)
* DEVELOPMENT AND INITIVE (Ukraine)
* SINDICATO DOS JOGADORES PROFISSIONAIS DE FUTEBOL (Portugal)
* ASSOCIATION OF PSYCHOSOCIAL REHABILITATION (Albania)
* WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN YOUTH WORK (Turkey)
* COMMUNITY FOUNDATION FOR CHANGES (Lithuania)

Training methods used & main activities

The methodology to be applied will be based on the principles of non-formal education, providing a structured but flexible framework for the development of an active and participatory learning process. In addition to, of course, the Street Soccer forPeace methodology, a wide range of techniques will be used: open-space, round tables, theatre forum, role-playing games, etc.

Outcomes of the activity

"Street soccer for peace as a tool for social inclusion" is a Consortium made up of partners who have in common a strong sensitivity for the integral development of their young people, and for the educational value of sport. These sensitivities had driven previous projects and are what lead the partners to continue deepening their development.
The project will make the participants aware of the potential of the "Street soccer for peace" methodology as an educational tool to address social inclusion, as well as the construction of peace, intercultural dialogue and gender equality, among many other topics in which it can be used this tool.

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Co- trainer

I worked on this training for 5 days as a full time trainer.

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