Welcome through Football Practitioner’s Guide

Welcome through Football Practitioner’s Guide

The Welcome Through Football projects aim to assist in the integration and inclusion of recently arrived young refugees, asylum seekers and young people with a migrant background from different ages (7-25 years old).

To successfully develop this project, EFDN have analysed and reviewed the earlier Welcome Through Football 2019 project in great detail, taking key learnings and refi ning best practices to provide even greater value to communities across Europe. Using this information, EFDN has developed and tested a European methodology that uses football as a tool to reach refugees and migrants from different ages to encourage them to become physically and socially active in European communities. The project also trained staff members of participating organisations in this new methodology and through this Welcome Through Football Practitioners Guide we are aiming to share information even more widely by making it freely accessible to all interested sport clubs and organisations in Europe.

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