Open call for 6 participants for “RED CARD AGAINST HOOLIGANISM” in Antalya, Turkey
- Name of the project: “Red Card Against Hooliganism”
- Date of Project: 01.03.2021 – 08.03.2021
- Hosting organization: “TUNA”
- Sending organizations: “BRAVO“
- Place: Antalya, Turkey
- Participants age: 18+
- The number of participants: 6
- Working language: English
- Deadline for applying: 30.01.2021.
Thanks to funding provided by the ERASMUS+ programme through the Turkish National Agency, during this period all costs for travel, food, accommodation, local transport and course materials are covered.
What is Red card against hooliganism?
Red Card Against Hooliganism Youth Exchange will be organized between dates 01.03.2021–08.03.2021 in Antalya, Turkey. The participants of the project come from different countries with socio-economical backgrounds and political problems. The common characteristics of the participants are that they are unsatisfied with the hooliganism that happens in these countries and are motivated to combat hooliganism.
The Youth Exchange bringing together 38 participants from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Turkey, Greece, Serbia, North Macedonia, and Romania. The participants are between 18 and 30 years and are all are interested in sport and performing the sport, especially basketball.
- To explain and clarify the importance of fair play and respect in the sport for young people
- To raise awareness about unification through the power of sport for young people
- To provide an environment in sports that promotes equality, inclusion, and respect rather than hooliganism for young people
- To emphasize the values such as equality, friendship, anti-racism and antidiscrimination in sports among young people
- To promote the importance of the sport in general, especially in order to promote the positive impact on the physical as well as the mental well-being of young people.
Fair-play basketball tournament
The last 2 days of the youth exchange, the participants will show their skills in the tournament where the fair play points are more important than the scoring. What is important is that the fair-play basketball tournament has specific fair-play rules, the team will get extra points when they perform the fair-play rules.
- Asociatia ACT O’CLOCK – Romania
- ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND SOCIAL ECONOMY GROUP – Greece
- BRAVO – Bosnia and Herzegovina
- KOSARKASKI SAVEZ GRADA NISA – Serbia
- World Change – The Republic of North Macedonia
Who is TUNA – The Hosting Organization?
TUNA (Towards Universal and Nonformal Activities) has basically the name from the Danube river in the Turkish language. TUNA is the nonformal group of young people active in youth works in Antalya, Turkey which has been founded in 2018. The river goes through so many important European capitals such as Budapest, Bratislava, Belgrade and Vienna and it brings wealth, peace and solidarity there.
One of the major goals of TUNA is to raise awareness of the importance of European culture and cooperation, as well as a healthy lifestyle, environmental protection, disabilities, intercultural dialogue, volunteerism, and international tolerance and understanding.
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