During the project we have reached numerous results, which we believe are of utmost importance within the Youth field
INPE PRISON VISIT IN PERU
During the Training Course for youth workers in September 2019 in Lima (Peru), hosted by Brigada de Voluntarios Bolivarianos del Perù (BVBP), all delegates of “Learning through sport” Project has the outstanding chance to visit the INPE Prison Lima. During the visit, the prisoners aged 18-24, who were charged with minimum crime sentence, performed a sports spectacle and choreography designed by BVBP Expert Mr. Giovani Sanoni! The spectacle was accompanied by National traditional music from all countries represented in the project: Romania, Bulgaria, UK, Brazil and Colombia.
Body expression is part of the dynamic expression integrated into sports and physical education. Therefore, if we divide this phrase into two: Expression – language and Body still meaning body, then body expression is the language of the body.
Brigada de Voluntarios Bolivarianos del Perù (BVBP) has introduced it’s innovative methodology during the Training Course in Lima (Peru).
7P STRATEGY – THE METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH BY GRUPO INTERNACIONAL DE PAZ
The difficulties of a country affected historically by the armed conflicto and how sport may be a transformation tool that contributes to the reconstruction of a society were addressed above. In this way, the 7P Strategy emerges and takes as a starting point GIP’s experience and the methodologies developed jointly with its allies to promote peace-building and social crime prevention processes.
PATHS TO SOLUTION – THE METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH BY ENGAJAMUNDO
Paths to Solution is a methodology co-created with the members of the organization, based on Peer to Peer and Problem Based Learning methodologies, as well as our own experiences. This methodology seeks to engage young people on the solutions for our social and environmental problems, with focus on awakening youth on how they can be part of the action to tackle those global issues.
NON-FORMAL EDUCATION REFLECTION STRUCTURE – THE METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH BY CHAMPIONS FACTORY
Reflection is essential and fundamental moment in “Learning through Sports” methodology where youngsters realise the learning and how it can be applied in their life. Reflection gives all participants not only the chance to reflect their own behaviour, but also to reflect on the whole situation and connect it to their everyday lives and to society itself; depending on what topic you aim to tackle with the exercise and how far you go into the reflection process itself.
HOW SPORT HELPS PREVENT CROME AND YOUTH / Community safety – Methodological approach by Champions Factory in cooperation with StreetGames
Based on the Peer to Peer and Problem Based Learning Methodologies, this tool seeks to engage young people in ongoing discussions about global issues in a global context by gamifying a number of other tools to achieve said objective. Community safety workshops aim to:
• To enable participants understand the risk factors around youth crime
• To help participants understand the ten key principles for developing an intervention to address juvenile nuisance and youth crime
• To point out to participants, the key opportunities available for getting involved in youth work.
HANDBOOK WITH GOOD PRACTICES AND TOOLS
Learning through sports has begun gaining traction as an augmentation to current educational curricula, especially in Europe. And there is little reason to wonder why that is so. With the lifelong lessons learned on a football pitch or an ice-covered hockey pitch, amongst peers that suddenly become siblings, the continuity and interaction that education through sports harnesses in the making of model citizens are two of its most useful assets. By encouraging people of youthful age around the world to learn through sports, we push them out, from comfort into learning, and tap into the sense of imagination, adventure, and novelty that is particularly heightened during that life phase.
The partner consortium of “Learning through sports” believes that the work of youth organisations is the key to tackle the above issues, and it is our main objective to provide opportunities for further education and opportunities for social engagement to all young people. We also believe in the power of sports to do so, because the sport is a universal language, a cost-effective and flexible tool in promoting peace, personal and social development.