- Societal role
- Economic dimension
- International cooperation and external relations
- Sport and migrants
For many people, sporting competitions offer opportunities to also learn about other cultures. Take the Icelandic team in the Euro 2016 – people loved the Viking Thunderclap and the amazing support of the Icelandic fans. Sport also brings people together, just look at how Belgium becomes one when their football team is playing, or the recent Davis Cup Final.
The selection process concerning projects submitted under the call EAC/S16/2017 and EAC/S17/2017 has come to an end. The results can now be published.
At #BeInclusive EU Sport Awards ceremony on 22 November, Commissioner Tibor Navracsics, presented the three winners with their awards and a prize of 10,000 euro each.
The Europe award was given to our former Commissioner for being "instrumental in placing gender equality in sport within European Union policy-making".
This study investigated sport’s contribution to the employability of young NEETs (Not in Education, Employment or Training) in the context of the Europe 2020 strategy. Its aim was to identify the key components needed to effectively produce outcomes in sport for employability programmes.
The Directorate General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture is planning to award the above contract as a low value negotiated call for tenders. The activities consists mainly of providing technical support at national level to set-up national Sport Satellite Accounts and discussing with relevant organisations outstanding issues in view of data availability/gaps.
With over €46.5 million earmarked for sport, the Erasmus+ call for 2018 is out.