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Sport for development and peace. From the 16th to the 20th of May 2022, we were part of the second part of the GloKnoCo School, this time held in Brussels. This is a project which is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. The students from different universities were taught about sport for […]

Sport for development and peace. From the 16th to the 20th of May 2022, we were part of the second part of the GloKnoCo School, this time held in Brussels. This is a project which is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. The students from different universities were taught about sport for development and peace (SDP) by representatives of different NGOs and professors who are working in this field. The universities which took part are the University of Brighton, the Paderborn University, and the Palacký University Olomouc. Beside PlayHandball the NGOs INEX, FHPU and MSIS were represented. Our representatives were Moritz Rottmann and Vincent Albers who are both volunteers and currently living in Germany. In a short report they tell us about the programme and their experiences of the field trip to Brussels.

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Sport as an educational tool for sustainable development. New encounter project of PlayHandball, Youth-abroad and the Handball Association Schleswig-Holstein. 15 young handball players* from Germany, South Africa and Kenya will participate in the first virtual international encounter in developmental youth work that uses sport as a tool to achieve developmental goals (UNSDG #4.7). The trilateral […]

Sport as an educational tool for sustainable development. New encounter project of PlayHandball, Youth-abroad and the Handball Association Schleswig-Holstein.

15 young handball players* from Germany, South Africa and Kenya will participate in the first virtual international encounter in developmental youth work that uses sport as a tool to achieve developmental goals (UNSDG #4.7).

The trilateral exchange aims to promote and inspire young people as multipliers, to use sport as an educational tool for sustainable development and to pass it on as youth handball development coaches* to children and young people in their environment. (more…)

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