Sports club policies in Europe
a comparison of the public policy context and historical origins of sports clubs across ten European countries
Ibsen, B., Nichols, G., & Elmose-Østerlund, K. (2016). Sports club policies in Europe: a comparison of the public policy context and historical origins of sports clubs across ten European countries. University of Southern Denmark.
The project, 'Social Inclusion and Volunteering in Sports Clubs in Europe' (SIVSCE), is a collaborative partnership co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. The project has been, and will be, implemented in 2015, 2016 and 2017. This project seeks to provide comparable knowledge across ten European countries, convert it into concrete suggestions for action, and disseminate this knowledge to politicians and sports professionals across Europe. The main aim is to promote social inclusion and volunteering in sports clubs in Europe. The project includes eleven partners from ten countries dispersed across Europe. The project is implemented in seven work packages. This report is the result of the first work package with a collection and analyses of sports club policies in the participating countries with a particular focus on social inclusion and volunteering. The aim of the report is to elucidate potential associations between the conditions that the governmental and political framework establishes on the one hand and social inclusion and volunteering in sports clubs on the other hand.
Uitgever(s): University of Southern Denmark, Centre for Sports, Health and Civil Society,
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