SAVE was disseminated on Lithuanian Radio and Television Channel during the Live broadcasting of "Įdomios pamokos".
The 15th International Fair of Education “Putokazi” was held on 4-5 March 2020. This year, there were over 6000 visitors from Serbia and abroad.
International Youth Basketball Tournament Prof. Stanislovas Stonkus Cup 2019 | KAUNAS, LITHUANIA
SAVE dissemination on Christmas volleyball tournament at OK Brda club on 21st December 2019.
During the first week of December 2019. FSPE, UNS team members were at Foro Italico University, Rome, Italy , as a part of Erasmus mobility program.
Dissemination of the Save Project at the 3. Fair Science for Business 3-5.12.2019. - FSFV, UNS
Prof. Ivana Milovanovic, PhD gave a great lecture and promoted the Save project in front of more than 50 participants of The first International Doctoral School, which was held on November 29/30 at the Faculty of Sport and Physical Education of the University of Novi Sad.
The SAVE project scientific output has been disseminated into SISMES Congress (Italian Society of Exercise and Sport Science).
Today project partners presented the SAVE project on the Public Service - Radio Television of Vojvodina.
SAVE dissemination at the final volleyball tournament at OK BRDA Split! Together with the foundation Sport2life at the hotel Le Meridien Lav, OK BRDA organized mini volleyball, small volleyball and big volleyball tournament with participants from 7 volleyball schools.
The Lithuanian Sports University team has successfully completed the Pilot Training. It was a great experience with full of discussions from daily coaching experience that for sure will lay down into the Training Kit.
The UNS team has successfully implemented the project activity Pilot Training in the period from 3 May – 31 May 2019. It was a great experience – congratulations to all!
Project partners invite to the Erasmus + Sport program project: Sport against violence and exclusion (SAVE) training cycle. The training cycle is designed to develop competencies for reducing the incidence of violence and social exclusion among sports coaches and physical education teachers who work with children aged 6-14.
The online platform of the EU Sport Against Violence and Exclusion (SAVE) project, as well as the promotional video of the project, was presented today at the Faculty of Kinesiology at the University of Split.
On March 26, representatives of Lithuanian Sports University presented the project at Kids mini golf tournament.
Project partners from Lithuanian Sports University presented project to a 6-7 year old kids at the Orange ball friends event in the preschool (Kaunas, Lithuania).
Discussion and dissemination of Save Project with group of parents at Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, University of Novi Sad with Prof. Dr Ivana Milovanovic and Roberto Roklicer.
SAVE Project Partners from University of Split Faculty of Kinesiology presented the project at the award ceremony for the best Split athletes.
SAVE – Sport Against Violence and Exclusion – is a two-year-project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union: Support to Collaborative Partnerships
In regards to Erasmus + Sport project implementation entitled Sport against Violence and Exclusion SAVE, the Faculty of Sport and Physical Education University of Sarajevo was the host and the organizer of the second partner meeting of the SAVE Consortium. The meeting was held at the Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, University of Sarajevo on the 2nd and 3rd of October 2018.
The purpose of the focus group was to gather relevant information regarding the current situation of Violence and Exclusion in their surrounding and how it can be prevented through Sport. The information learned in the focus group will be used for the development of a pilot training programme specifically designed for the coaches on the topic of preventing violence and exclusion through Sport.
The project will focus on supporting the implementation of the EU policy regarding the strengthening of the prevention and fight against racism and violence among youth in sport clubs, specifically aiming towards grass root sports, amateur and recreational sport in respect to a number of EU policies, guidelines and recommendations such as White Paper on Sport.