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New Guidelines available!

Reflection makes the difference between a Sport for Development (S4D) session and a regular sport session. Without reflection, there will be neither a connection nor a transfer of competences to daily life situations and, therefore, there will be no impact. The Reflection Guideline for S4D Training Sessions helps you to understand the importance of reflection for competence and life skill development as well as for recollecting of what was learned during the session.

 

Western Balkans: Course Outline published in four languages to support S4D instructors

Approaching the end of the turbulent year 2020 the S4D team on Social Inclusion through Sport in the Western Balkan Region is proud to publish the jointly developed Course Outline for a basic level Training of Trainers. It is aimed to support the S4D instructors to pass on the basic principles of S4D and better structure their trainings for teachers, sport coaches and social workers...

GIZ joins Public Development Banks and international sport organisations in Sport for Development Coalition

On 11 November 2020, GIZ participated in a special session entitled “Mobilisation of Development Finance for Sustainable Sport” and joined the Sport for Development Coalition. This is an initiative spearheaded by the Agence Française de Développent (AFD)