Project Partners

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Project Leader: National Institute for Sport Research

Project Leader
National Institute for Sport Research

National Institute for Sport Research, Bucharest, Romania, is the project leader. The institute is a unique public institution and facility in the field of applied research in sport, under the coordination of the Romanian Ministry of Sports. During its over 50 years of history, the collaboration between the institute and various Romanian sport federations was a cornerstone for many sport medals and titles in European championships, World championships and Olympic Games. Renowned Romanian athletes added a new brick in the edifice of their performances by training in our premises, working together with our specialists for improved performances.

The Vienna Institute for International Dialogue and Cooperation

The Vienna Institute
for International Dialogue and Cooperation

The VIDC was founded at the “Conference for Economic Cooperation and Partnership” which took place in July 1962 in Salzburg and Vienna. VIDC acts on the assumption of a fair global world order and accordingly supports social processes of transformation, which initiate this social change.

VIDC: The Fairplay Initiative

VIDC
The Fairplay Initiative

Fair-play department at the VIDC started with EC funding in the European Year Against Racism 1997. Over the last two decades, the fields of activities were continuingly broadened into three main areas of action: antidiscrimination, sport and inclusion and sport, development and human rights. Fair-play VIDC carries out regular football and awareness-raising activities and has coordinated from 2001- 2010 with the support of UEFA the pan-European Football against Racism in Europe (FARE) network. FARE spreads now over 40 European countries and has been established in 1999 in Vienna in the framework of the VIDC.

Eurosuccess Consulting

Eurosuccess
Consulting

EUROSUCCESS is an NGO offering a variety of services to the public, as well as the private sector of Cyprus. It has also started to actively participate in international schemes, through a well-established network of partners abroad, based on the intense past experience of its founder. EUROSUCCESS aims to a constant improvement of its offered services, as well the development of its team, which will give the opportunity to enhance its scientific sector of expertise. Eurosuccess is currently involved into 16 Lifelong Learning & ERASMUS + Programmes - one of it as coordinator, as well as is one of the assessors for the Cypriot NA and the Norwegian Funds, targeted to NGOs. In addition, Eurosuccess Consulting is a member of the: International Trade Council, European Prison Education Association (EPEA), European Policy Network on Key Competences in School Education (KeyCoNet Network), Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI), Cyprus Employers and Industrialists Federation (OEB) and Nicosia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI).

Pythia Social Cooperative Enterprise

Pythia
Social Cooperative Enterprise

Pythia Koinsep is a social enterprise, based in Eleftheroupoli of Kavala at the Prefecture of Eastern Macedonia and Thrace, Greece. It was founded in May 2017 with the mission to offer educational, cultural, touristic, development, social and economic volunteer services at the local citizens of Kavala, Drama and Serres region. By acquiring the experience and knowledge of its key members, “Pythia -Social Cooperative Enterprise” is the perfect organizer to fulfil any social needs concerning culture, nature, ecology, education, local products, traditional customs and professions. The social enterprise is under continuous expand since its development, offering educational, cultural, touristic, development, social and economic services to the local population and relevant stakeholders.

Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem

Magyar
Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem

The University of Physical Education is one of the oldest, most successful and professionally acclaimed universities for education and sports science in Central Europe. We greatly respect and value our legacy, preserve our traditions and continuously explore innovative methods in education and research. The latter meet 21st century expectations for higher education as well as our students’ expectations of firm knowledge, quality educators and services, along with great extracurricular experiences. The University of Physical Education, traditionally called "TF", is the proud home of numerous Olympic champions, great sports coaches, educators and recreation experts. The TE community provides support throughout the careers of our students and alumni, helping them to aspire personally and professionally and enjoy a life-long career support. The university has also a long history of involvement in ERASMUS projects.

Corporate Games Romania

Corporate Games
Romania

Sport Association Corporate Games is a non-profit organization, an NGO dedicated to promoting grassroot sport, with focus on companies and corporations. Established in 2015, the Association annually organizes Corporate Games sport events in Romania and has the exclusive rights for this franchise. Corporate Games events is a combination of sport, business and tourism, gathered together in a festival of corporate competitions. Starting with 2012, Romania has joined the international network of Corporate Games competitions, the biggest sport event in the world, that promotes grassroot sports for amateurs, physical activity and general values of sport. Sport Association Corporate Games was and is involved in more than 10 ERASMUS+ funded projects, promoting sport for all, diversity and inclusion through sport.

Arona Volley Tenerife

Arona Volley
Tenerife

Arona Voley is a newcomer in ERASMUS+, a women's volleyball and beach volleyball club founded in 1997 in Tenerife. Throughout these twenty-five years the club achieved sporting results in the highest category of national volleyball with very intense work at the base. In recent years, the club have worked on the social aspect of our sport, expanding the teams and hiring woman coaches. The club’s challenge is to maintain sporting goals at the highest level and expand the social projects. The club has carried out family intervention projects. Its target are the players and their families, most of them migrants and currently carries out a gender equality program based on woman leadership in volleyball. The next step will be to set up a mentoring women program with the aim to lead sports clubs and entities.

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