Press release 1

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  • Published: Wednesday, 01 May 2013 19:19
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EACEA, the European Commission agency approved the SoSport project identified with the HR + So brand and grant number 622350-EPP-1-2020-1-BE-SPO-SSCP.

The SoSport project developed with the support of the Erasmus + program of the European Union aims to promote education with and through sport, to develop the skills of young people consistent with European social policies.

Sport in the European Union dimension implies a network of relationships on several levels:

- a close relationship between coaches, athletes and families

- a wider relationship between the local sports organization and the surrounding social fabric in which it operates.

- The relationship between the project partners: ARAMIS sports club of Barcelona, ​​BU SEN Bresso metropolitan area of ​​Milan, JKD Finland with offices in Helsinki and Oulu, city with over 170 thousand inhabitants, coordinated by UPKL international association of Brussels and project leader , will allow the development of shared tools useful to meet the needs of local populations, schools and municipal administrations in the area.

The objective of the project aims to promote the capacities of active and inclusive citizenship of people with disabilities or special needs due to their various frailties.

SoSport with the HR + So brand wants to effectively communicate a new way of doing sport by focusing on learning Human Rights through the practice of martial arts.

An innovative model that pays particular attention to the development of skills "in a framework of profound social and environmental education" aimed at improving the cognitive abilities of students and practitioners of martial arts in accordance with the objectives described in the HEPA Recommendations approved by the European Commission. XG HEPA in Lisbon on June 26, 2015.

Sergio Meda

UPKL - Vice President and Head of Press Office

 

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