Traditional Sports Demonstration in Novi Sad, Serbia

The aim of the activity is to create an inclusive inventory e-Handbook of existing Traditional Sports and Games (TSG) of each partner country, to be used during project activities; spot gaps, youth hazards and task group to brainstorm and create an excellent new toolbox to deal with hazards via TSG.

Before the activity each partner is assigned with the task to identify for its country, 5-7 TSG and 1 folk dance which will be discussed, amended and incorporated in the e-Handbook. Discussion and brainstorming will take place, Workshop on tool break down, improvement, amendment and brainstorming for the creation of the final tools which will be input in the e-Handbook. Participants will work on groups and task is to identify the common elements of the TSG in order to group them properly and link them with the main scope of youth hazards dealing. Groups present their products, brainstorm and debate for the final categorization of TSG. Discussion about the main ideas of TSG modification will also take place. During the activity, partners will also discuss upcoming organisational actions towards the implementation of next activities. Also, an overview of dissemination activities.

Training of trainers in Kırklareli, Turkey

Activity Aim: Trainers’ training (both inside the project; partners and outside the project; accompanied trainers) on the activities included in the e–Handbook to create a strong team of experts able to apply in practice the project’s outputs.

Activity Description:

Day 1: Ice Breakers to warm up the group of youth-elderly and trainers, division in mixed groups, presentation of the games based on the e–Handbook, task allocation to groups, training on the use e–handbook methodologies and techniques

Day 2: Tool testing, task completion, Reflection activities, Networking event with local authorities & stakeholders

Means: Training Venue with games in practice via youth and elderly playing, observing and interacted when necessary. Meeting minutes distributed among partners and making videos/taking photographs for the dissemination activities.

Follow up: all games included in e-Handbook will be played and checked aiming in sending reports to partner countries.

Study Visit in Warsaw, Poland

The Overarching Aim is to give the partners a unique experience to work in practice the project outcomes at a sport club with much experience in the field of educational sports.

The visit will help in spreading the e-Handbook’s activities and concentrating ideas about the EU diversity and interaction through TSG playing to properly collaborate and be equipped with the necessary skills for later practice communication and education.


  • Partners will follow Instytut Rozwoju Sportu i Edukacji staff in their work during 2 days: Witnessing youth education through sport process in the field of tradition, recording children reaction and adaption in the new TSG.
  • Meet local youth authorities.
  • Participants will record group meetings on film and participants will keep a daily journal.
  • Visit a group and see TSG games in action.

Local Multiplier Events in each partner country

Project Partners are going to organize one Multiplier Event (one day workshop) in their countries in order to disseminate the project, its results and outcomes and also use the e–Handbook.

Each Workshop will be divided into 2 sessions:

Session 1 where the Agenda will contain dissemination (presentation of the CCIs e – Handbook, the Open Educational Resource platform, as well as the project idea and the project activities and outcomes).

Session 2 that will be dedicated into using the e–Handbook in practice.

Minimum of local invited participants 20 youth and 20 elderly that will collaborate for the gaming of TSG of the e-Handbook.

Outcome: participants list, photos, video, evaluation reports, games testing reports from youth and elderly.

Traditional Sports Contest - Closing Event in Thessaloniki, Greece

Activity Aim: to reflect, evaluate & capture what has been done and learned, to measure project impact, to organise sustainability

Day 1: Group evaluations of tangible outcomes, financial evaluation, evaluation of communications work, and round-the-table partner discussions capturing how this project sparked reform or strengthened their organizational capacity, with detailed breakdowns. Project leaders and participants present on their experiences participating to the project. Once partners have summarized feedback and project results, reflected on how their experiences have changed their approach to tradition. Partners will discuss plans for future activities and collaborations. Partners will carry out dissemination activities in their own country and will finish the last phases of project management.

Day 2: Closing Event with final practice of e-Handbook outcomes by playing the games between the youth and elderly from different countries that will take part in the event. Closing with a contest between the participants with main scope the presentation in social media. Local participants will also be present so as to enjoy and be aware of the project’s outcomes.