Мы предлагаем Вам информацию о семинаре "The Role of Sports Associations in
Promoting Active Youth Participation and Enhancing Intercultural Dialogue".
Он пройдёт с 9 по 11 ноября в Страсбурге. В приложении Вы найдёте более
подробную информацию на английском и французском языках.
This seminar is organised by the Directorate of Youth and Sport of the
Council of Europe within the The Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport (EPAS).
The EPAS aims to promote sport and emphasise its positive values through
policy and standard setting, monitoring, capacity building, and the exchange
of good practice. It uses existing Council of Europe sports standards such
as the European Sports Charter, the Code of Sports Ethics, the European
Convention on Spectator Violence and the Anti-Doping Convention as a
foundation for its own strategies.
The main aim of this seminar is to develop strategies and approaches that
can be used by youth sport organisations and associations in enhancing youth
participation and intercultural dialogue.
The seminar will bring together 40 participants and will be held in English
and French with interpretation.
Please be informed that the application form for applying to the seminar
should be filled in on-line, available at http://courses.opencontent.it. To
access the online application form applicants have to register to the
The application form can be filled in English or French and must be
completed by 20 September 2009 at the latest.
We thank you in advance for your cooperation and assistance to make sure
that this information reaches those most knowledgeable and interested in the
subject within your organisation or country.
For any further information on this call please do not hesitate to contact
Ms Nina Kapoor, Nina.Kapoor@coe.int
Project Assistant/Assistante de Projet
Council of Europe - Directorate of Youth and Sport
Conseil de l'Europe - Direction de la jeunesse et du sport
European Youth Centre Budapest - Centre europ?en de la Jeunesse
1024 Budapest Zivatar u. 1-3.
Tel: +361 438 1048, Fax: +361 212 4071