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IRTS podcast: Work together for bigger impact! with Birgit van Delft

IRTS podcast: Work together for bigger impact! with Birgit van Delft

May 6, 2022

We talked with Birgit van Delft from War Child Netherlands, who has shared with us insights on how good progamme, such as TeamUp, is the base for building long-lasting partnerships with various organisations and stakeholders.

War Child Netherlands

https://www.warchildholland.org/

Integration of Refugees Through Sport platform

https://irts.isca.org/

Online learning platform Learn.ISCA.org

https://learn.isca.org/

International Sport and Culture Association

https://www.isca.org/

 

IRTS Podcast: Include everyone! with Quan-Minh Bottrill-Chau

IRTS Podcast: Include everyone! with Quan-Minh Bottrill-Chau

April 21, 2022

We interviewed Quan-Minh Bottrill-Chau from BikeBridge, Germany, which organises courses for women with migrant and refugee backgrounds. She shared with us more information on the Bike & Belong courses and other activities that are crucial for social integration.

 

BikeBridge

https://bikebridge.org/en/

Integration of Refugees Through Sport platform

https://irts.isca.org/

Online learning platform Learn.ISCA.org

https://learn.isca.org/

International Sport and Culture Association

https://www.isca.org/

IRTS Podcast: Work together for bigger impact! with Wim Poelmans

IRTS Podcast: Work together for bigger impact! with Wim Poelmans

April 21, 2022

We talked with Wim Poelmans from the Flemish Athletics organisation which runs the project called RunFree. He shares more about different partnerships and collaborations they’ve established throughout the project.

 

Les Gazelles

https://lesgazellesdebruxelles.be/language/en/

Integration of Refugees Through Sport platform

https://irts.isca.org/

Online learning platform Learn.ISCA.org

https://learn.isca.org/

International Sport and Culture Association

https://www.isca.org/

IRTS Podcast: Step up with refugees! with Dora Gottgeisl

IRTS Podcast: Step up with refugees! with Dora Gottgeisl

April 21, 2022

We invited Dora Gottgeisl from Oltalom Sport Association, Hungary, to share with us more about their project “Score for respect”.

 

Oltalom Sport Association

http://utcaifoci.hu/en/

Integration of Refugees Through Sport platform

https://irts.isca.org/

Online learning platform Learn.ISCA.org

https://learn.isca.org/

International Sport and Culture Association

https://www.isca.org/

IRTS Podcast: Never stop learning with Khalida Popal and Safaa Ahmed Bilal

IRTS Podcast: Never stop learning with Khalida Popal and Safaa Ahmed Bilal

April 21, 2022

We interviewed Khalida Poppal and Safaa Ahmed Bilal on the importance of empowering women with refugee and migrant background. Khalida has shared an example of programme for leadership, that they do in GirlPower for young leaders and coaches from across Europe. Safaa, as one of the participants of the programme and future leader, shares her experience of being part of the leadership academy and views on importance of sharing power.  

More information

GirlPower

https://www.girlpowerorg.com/

Integration of Refugees Through Sport platform

https://irts.isca.org/

Online learning platform Learn.ISCA.org

https://learn.isca.org/

International Sport and Culture Association

https://www.isca.org/

 

IRTS Podcast: COVID19 or when control and planning are overrated with Helen Vost

IRTS Podcast: COVID19 or when control and planning are overrated with Helen Vost

April 21, 2022

We talked with Helen Vost from Youth Sport Trust International (YSTI) about activities they have implemented during Covid-19. During the pandemic YSTI reached out to connect with young Syrian and Palestinian refugees living in camps in Beirut to provide weekly online training sessions to develop their leadership and life skills through physical activity and sport. First working with a group of teenage girls and then boys, they were inspired by their desire to learn new skills, determination to succeed and love of cricket (the sport they had been introduced to in the camps but had never experienced before). Week by week they saw their confidence grow as they became role models for their peers and able to take on the coaching of activity sessions themselves.

More information:

Youth Sport Trust International

https://www.youthsporttrust.org/yst-international

Integration of Refugees Through Sport platform

https://irts.isca.org/

Online learning platform Learn.ISCA.org

https://learn.isca.org/

International Sport and Culture Association

https://www.isca.org/

 

A conversation with International Physical Literacy Association and Macquarie University about Physical Literacy

A conversation with International Physical Literacy Association and Macquarie University about Physical Literacy

May 11, 2021

Welcome to our second Physical Literacy for Life podcast, featuring experts Margaret Whitehead and Nigel Green from the International Physical Literacy Association in the UK, and Dean Dudley from Macquarie University in Australia.

This podcast is part of the Physical Literacy for Life project, supported by the EU's Erasmus+ Sport Collaborative Partnerships.

We address the following topics in the podcast:

  • Introduction and Where does the physical literacy concept come from?
  • Why is physical literacy gaining significant interest and traction around the world with academics, practitioners and policy makers?
  • Where and how is physical literacy developing around the world?
  • What are the key characteristics or principles associated with physical literacy?
  • What is the future of physical literacy?

If you want to know more about physical literacy, feel free to visit our Physical Literacy for Life website https://physical-literacy.isca.org/

New perspectives on physical literacy with Dean Dudley

New perspectives on physical literacy with Dean Dudley

March 25, 2021

"Learning happens our whole life and physical literacy is essentially the concept of how we learn and express learning through movement. So it is both a process – I acquire it through movement, but is also an outcome – I express my learning through movement. I don’t express it writing an essay about how much I love football; I play football, I live it."

Physical Literacy experts Dean Dudley from Macquarie University in Australia and Rose-Marie Repond from EUPEA take an in-depth look at the concept from perspectives we may never have considered before, including how physical literacy can support the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), why we can compare physical literacy with the periodic table of elements, and many more exclusive insights.

This podcast is part of the Physical Literacy for Life project, supported by the EU's Erasmus+ Sport Collaborate partnerships.

https://physical-literacy.isca.org/ 

MOVE Beyond Podcast, Episode 4 with The Danish Red Cross and DGI from Denmark

MOVE Beyond Podcast, Episode 4 with The Danish Red Cross and DGI from Denmark

September 1, 2020

The Danish Red Cross and sports club umbrella DGI are working together to put the value of sports and social clubs back on the table as “deep integration” tools. We speak to them in our exclusive MOVE Beyond podcast.

Learn more about MOVE Beyond

https://irts.isca.org/movebeyond/

Learn about Integration of Refugees through Sport in our free course

https://learn.isca.org/courses/irts/

MOVE Beyond Podcast, Episode 1 with Save the Children and RF-SISU from Sweden

MOVE Beyond Podcast, Episode 1 with Save the Children and RF-SISU from Sweden

June 29, 2020

In our first episode of the Integration of Refugees Through Sport: MOVE Beyond series, find out how Save the Children and RF-SISU are creating a “self-empowerment sport movement” with refugees and asylum seekers in Sweden.

 

Learn more about MOVE Beyond

https://irts.isca.org/movebeyond/

Learn about Integration of Refugees Through Sport in our free course

https://learn.isca.org/courses/irts/

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