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Titre : Social inclusion and intercultural learning through sport … Chateaubernard from 20 to 26 February 2017
This exchange will take place in Chateaubernard from 20 to 26 February 2017 with 40 participants from 16 a 20 years.
Nombre de jeunes 40 jeunes
Langues de travail Français et Anglais
Sport is an ideal integration tool because it naturally carries with it the values of respect, tolerance, effort. Learning sporting rules coincide with learning civic rules. Sport can remove all prejudice against race, age, sex, validity.
Examples: black mixture / white in football, the rider over 60 years in a marathon … Unfortunately, sport can also enhance the isolation of marginalized. Example: Muslim girls are not integrated into the culture of the sport!
Practicing a team sport means fighting for the same cause and see the possibility of engaging in interethnic friendships. This is especially true in case of success of a team, then its members show solidarity and mutual tolerance. This would tend to disappear when the context is more difficult.
The democratic management of a growing cultural diversity, rooted in the history of the continent and enhanced by globalization today, has become a priority for Europe, particularly the Erasmus + program.
Sport is no exception to this concern. Faced with the diversity of society is reflected in its actors and spectators, it has an educational role and socialization that make it a vehicle for intercultural dialogue and social integration. In fact, when talking about «Integration through Sport», there is a wide recognition of the positive contribution of sport to social inclusion, particularly of ethnic minorities and immigrant communities living in or rural world. This consensus was highlighted by various public opinion surveys in Europe and by references to the political and institutional discourse. Thus, the regular practice of a sport would allow young people from rural areas, neighborhoods develop key skills and better integrate into society.
Long been recognized as an instrument of social integration, sport is now considered as a means of promoting intercultural understanding in a Europe increasingly diverse. Like gastronomy or popular music, sport would have a potential for intercultural because it has historically contributed to the mixing of cultures. However, beyond this premise, a number of questions remain.
Can we really make dialogue between cultures from the sport? Intercultural dialogue and integration they are phenomena of the same kind?
Intercultural dialogue presupposes the coexistence of different cultural communities, all of which are homogeneous entities but do not intermingle naturally. Is this assumption valid for all European countries?
From the sport, how to strengthen social cohesion in a situation of cultural diversity? Carrying a closer image of the peoples according to tradition Coubertin, sport is it spontaneously inclusive, diverse and intercultural, or do we create the political conditions for it to become?
Sport is an extremely important means of establishing effective intercultural dialogue. Should be distinguished from competitive sport leisure sport. Intercultural dialogue is much easier to implement when no success criteria are defined in advance.
Having a space of free time, the opportunity to have fun, invite people you do not know and obey the rules that have been set but can be changed relaxes people and raises events. Participants in these activities have the opportunity to revise their impression on people from a different culture and change their attitude to the interested parties. These efforts are supported through educational programs for all members of a sports organization and to intercultural learning. These programs advocate cultural awareness by addressing issues such as the definition of culture, creating the conditions of a culture, a reflection of our own culture on our actions, the evolution of prejudice, promote tolerance with regard to sensitive issues, and art and how to resolve conflicts.
It is true that the group work, discussion and participation in sports activities that promote cultural internal dialogue can lead to a better understanding of the various views and practices of the world and therefore develop intercultural competence.
This project will bring together 03 associations from 03 countries to exchange program around sports activities and workshops on inclusion through action.
It is true that the group work, discussion and participation in sports activities that promote cultural internal dialogue can lead to a better understanding of the various views and practices of the world and, consequently, develop intercultural competence.
This project will bring together 05 associations from 05 countries to exchange program around sports activities and workshops on inclusion through action.
The action of popular education movements is positioned to complement formal education. It is an education that says everyone recognize the will and capacity to grow and develop at all ages of life.
It is not limited to the dissemination of academic culture, it also recognizes the so-called popular culture (cultural workers, peasants, suburban, etc.).
She is interested in art, science, technology, sports, leisure activities, philosophy, politics.
This education is seen as an opportunity to develop everyone to live together capacities to confront ideas, to share a group of living, public speaking, listening, etc.
The Working Youth was born of education principles with concrete actions on the ground Cognac. But from the beginning, we wanted to specialize in sports:
democratizing access to sports, even to poor families, and create a real social mix.
It has a sports complex for him to pursue actions of sizes and organize educational events for large and / or sports.
Beyond the sport, we organize many educational activities and work with colleges, primary schools and high school department.
Accommodation and lodging covered by 100% by the Erasmus +. The accommodation place was not finalized yet. So, you will receive another info pack later.
Travel expenses partially or entirely covered by Erasmus + (the amount depends of the route to the venue of the training).
The exchange will be implemented in the framework of the EU Erasmus+ Programme, and travel expenses will be reimbursed to all participants according to travel limits set by the Erasmus+ Programme. If you stay within the given budget, your expenses will be covered 100%, and if you spend more, the exceeding amount will be your own contribution to your travel.
The reimbursement of your travel and visa costs will be organised on the spot in cash (EUR) during the training course, so please bring all necessary documents and receipts to make the process easier.
Accommodation and food during the training course will be fully covered. Insurance is obligatory and should be arranged and covered by each participant and will not be reimbursed. We reccommend «SegurosErasmus» which is the cheapest one.
!! Important: Consult the organisers before buying tickets. Only ticket options approved by the organisers will be reimbursed.
All traveling, accommodation, catering costs are covered by the Erasmus + Programme. For other expenses (souvenirs, extra food) each participant should bring money as much as he/she thinks will be needed.
The necessary documents:
If all documents provided (original ticket, boarding passes….) the reimbursement will be done at the end of the project. If not, after the course, by bank transfer.
– If they will have return ticket in their own country. Ask them to buy while coming to the project.
– Taxis will not be reimbursement.
– We need your all receipts, tickets and boarding passes (for both ways). So when you are coming, keep them. After the project you should send us (scanned by email and originals by post) all the tickets and boarding passes of the travel back home.
– Insurance will be participants’ responsibility. We reccommend www.seguroserasmus.com if you travel from Spain
● Taking into account the educational kind of the project, it is forbidden to use alcohol and other drugs during the project activities.
● The project assumes that attendance in all activities for all the participants must be 100%. Failure to attend the activities may result in our inability to reimburse the travel expenses.
– Please bring information to present your NGO in the NGO fair. Do not forget to bring materials about your organisation (leaflets, posters, photos, videos)
You can share your projects, best practices,…..
– We will create a booklet of the project which will include all the NGOs participating to the project. So, we kindly ask you to send us 1 page information and 1 or 2 pictures and logo of your NGO. So, we can deliver it to even after the project.
– Please prepare to present your country on the inter-cultural evening; some foods, posters, games, music….. (There is no opportunity to use the kitchen for preparing food).
INSTRUCTIONS TO ARRIVE AT CHATEAUBERNARD
The town of Chateaubernard is close to the City of Cognac where the Station is located. And we will pick you up at the station as soon as you send us the arrival times of your participants to the email address indicated below.
From BORDEAUX airport
A shuttle (bus) departs Midsummer Station every 30 minutes just outside the airport. Cost: 7 euros
A bus (line 1) also serves the Gare Saint-Jean Bordeaux. Price: 1.50 EUR
The train takes you to the Cognac station. Price: 20.00 euros
Airport Charles De Gaulles : Shuttles every 30 minutes to Montparnasse station
You can also take the train from the station Roissy Charles De Gaulle to Angoulême.
Bauvais Airport: You will take the bus to Porte Maillot for 13€ and it takes 1h – 1h15 mins.
Take the metro line 1 in the direction of Château de Vincennes from Porte Maillot to Charles de Gaulle – étoile and change the line there and get to the line 6 in the direction of Nation and go to Montparnasse Bienvenue.
Gare Montparnasse : Take the TGV (High Speed Train) to Cognac Station
Please check the time of the last train before purchasing your tickets.
The participants are expected to attend the whole duration of the project and participate in all activities. If an emergency happens and you need to be absent for a short time, the team should be informed in advance. Please use the free time for meeting friends. If you miss any part of the course only without a valid reason (illness or unforeseen grave circumstances) and without informing the team and/or if you cause major problems for the team and or the participant group, the team will have to take measures going from partial refunding of the tuition, travel expenses, board and lodging by the participant up to exclusion from the course in extreme situations.
Please note that during the course the team have the authority to take decisions in a day-to-day life as well as the arrangement of the programme.
Building Bridges members and/or long term unemployed (proved by scanned document) will have preference to this volunteer service.
You should complete registration in 2 steps:
1. Please send your application form, CV and motivation letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject «Exchange France Sport Richard«. Remember to write in the motivation letter that your sending institution is “Asociación Building Bridges”. All documents written in english you can send to: email@example.com with subject»Exchange France Sport Richard«. We give you creative ideas about how to create a good CV in English.
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Selected participants will receive the detailed infosheet after the selection process.
2. Pay the registration fee (40€) by Paypal or bank transfer to :Asociación Building Bridges, CIF G85466886. This registration fee includes one year membership to our National and International activities.
* It is compulsory to send application form, CV and motivation letter and pay the registration fee at the same time in order to be within the pre-selection process.
If you are not selected by the sending or hosting organisation, we will reimburse the fee. Please see conditions of Erasmus+ grants
Payment by bank: Asociacion Building Bridges
IBAN / BIC:
ES67 0081 1534 5900 0116 4823 / BSAB ESBB
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