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Sport + adult education = health and inclusion

When sport and adult education are combined, great results can be achieved. Erasmus+ projects are studying and testing this combination with refugees, prisoners, mentally handicapped people and senior citizens.

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Celebrating the power of sport

Sport is fun, exciting and brings people together. It is based on fairness and respect - playing a vital role not only in individual health and fitness, but in shaping our wider European society. Erasmus+ sport supports young athletes and promotes social inclusion - and there are new funding opportunities lining up!

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Sport: a small but very active part of Erasmus+

Sport might not be the best-known part of the Erasmus+ programme, but it is a very dynamic one. Since 2014, almost 400 grants have been awarded in priority areas for Erasmus+ Sport. The programme supports various activities such as collaborative partnerships - including on a small scale since 2016 - and European not-for-profit sport events.

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SPEED: A new approach to sport education

There is an ever-increasing recognition that sport can play a major role in boosting the well-being of individuals and fostering socio-economic development. With this comes a new approach to the way universities teach in this sports sector. Learn more about what the SPEED project has achieved!

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Old and young play and learn games together

10,000 people, 123 stories, 50 exhibits and 20 workshops, a five-day festival with 10,000 people... These are just some of the ways in which Europe is our Playground introduced young and old people to the joys of traditional outdoor games.

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Erasmus+ sport goes international

Have you ever wanted to team up in an Erasmus+ Sport project with a partner from outside the EU but been scared you would lose out on funding? Erasmus+ Sport has - so far - only been partly open for international relations. This should change with the next call for proposals, to be published in autumn 2017, with a deadline for submission in 2018.

Mapping and analysis of education schemes for coaches from a gender perspective

The European Commission commissioned this particular study to evaluate existing (formal and non-formal) training and education schemes for coaches in view of their gender equality elements, to evaluate their modules on gender equality and to identify good practices with regards to accessibility for women. 

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