European Week of Sport

Author: Nikola Benin


Organisational Toolbox

The European Week of Sport organisational toolbox is designed to assist any actor in the European Union and beyond organise and participate in the European Week of Sport.The EWoS Organisational Toolbox comes from a project co-funded by the European Commission under the Erasmus + Sport Programme, led by TAFISA.

Full Project Partners Country Project Partner Website Belgium European Capitals and Cities of Sport Federation Federation of the European Sporting Goods Industry (FESI) France French National Olympic Committee (CNOSF) Think Tank Sport & Citizenship Germany The Association for International Sport for All (TAFISA) Greece Ministry of Culture, Education and Religion: General Secretariat of Sports Netherlands Kenniscentrum Sport Poland Polish National Federation Sport for All Portugal Portuguese Institute of Sport and Youth (IPDJ)

Purpose of this document This document is aimed at providing local stakeholders such as provinces, local government areas, municipalities, schools and non-profit organisations with the necessary tools and instruments to participate in and organise a programme or event as part of the EWoS. A successful European Week of Sport campaign must cascade both communication elements and inspiration to the citizens in their local territories. This document is therefore designed to help local stakeholders to organise events as part of the EWoS and ultimately make it accessible to a majority of European citizens. It provides generals tips and advice on how to engage communities and how to communicate and spread the word about the first-ever European wide initiative to inspire European citizens to #BeActive.



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