Project description:

The project of a Regional Centre for Dual Career Politics and Advocacy is consistent with the efforts and concerns of the European Commission for insuring a safe future to retired athletes.

This project will focus on the priority of supporting the implementation of EU policy documents in the field of Dual Career: EU Guidelines on Dual Careers of Athletes and other relevant documents such as recommendations, guidelines, policy strategies etc. (e.g. EU Physical Activity Guidelines, Principles on good governance in sport).

Partnership:

INSTITUTUL NATIONAL DE CERCETARE PENTRU SPORT (NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR SPORT RESEARCH - NISR)

EUROPEAN INSTITUTE FOR LOCAL DEVELOPMENT  (EILD)

CONSTANTINE THE PHILOSOPHER UNIVERSITY IN NITRA – Faculty of Education (UKF-FE)

ASOCIATIA INVENIO (AINV)

UNIVERSITÀ CATTOLICA DEL SACRO CUORE (UCSC)

NGO MY WORLD ASSOCIATION (MYWO)

UNIVERSITY OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION IN BUDAPEST (HUPE)

UNIVERSITY OF PRIMORSKA, SCIENCE AND RESEARCH CENTRE (UP ZRS)

Full title: Regional Center for Dual Career of Athletes Policies and Advocacy

Start: 01.01.2016

Finish: 30.06.2017

Programme: Erasmus+

Sub-Programme: Sport

Website: www.dc4ac.eu

 

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