International Projects

Knowledge Centre for Sport cooperates with partners in Europe in several EU-funded projects. By cooperating with partners on global or European projects, we aim to strengthen and deepen our knowledge. More information on EU funding for Sport. (see: for more information on possibillities).

On international level, Knowledge Centre for Sport co-operates on a bilateral basis with organisations.

Hereunder you can find a selection of recent EU projects:

Keep Youngsters Involved

The project Keep Youngsters Involved aims to find answers to the question: ‘How can we prevent youngsters (age 12-19) from dropout from sport?’.
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European Practices for Social Integration through Sport

Sport is a powerful tool to reinforce social cohesion as well as to prevent violence linked to exclusion and discrimination given that it encourages values including tolerance, respect, solidarity and fair-play. Many cities and regions in Europe support sports programmes, especially for the younger generations, with the objective of strengthening social ties.
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Women & Sports

The overall objective of this project is to establish a European Network for promotion of women's sport, with particular attention to women in risk of social exclusion (e.g. immigrants and disabled) and of racial discrimination.
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