Final step or new beginning? Play to Train arrives to Sofia

On 1st of September, the Play to Train representatives met in Sofia (Bulgaria), for the very final step pf the project. After two years, it was time to talk about the path done and its results. And why not, it is also time to look forward and start thinking about next steps. The Play to Train […]

Online is good but offline is even better… Road to Ljubljana

Finally, after the long break, the team of the Project Play to Train met again in Ljubljana, the capital city of Slovenia on 7th and 8th August 2021. The meeting was hosted by the Association Academy Rudi Hiti and welcomed 31 people from the three countries (Italy, Slovenia, Bulgaria). Managers, coaches, trainers, volunteers and mentors gathered together […]

The Play to Train team-let’s start from Rome

In the context of “Play to Train” project, the second meeting was held in capital city of Italy: Rome. In the amazing and ancient framework of the Ancient Appia street, 30 people among mentors, managers, volunteers, coaches, trainers, from three countries (Italy, Slovenia and Bulgaria) met to start their path concerning gender equality through increasing […]

Project ‘Play to Train’ kicks-off with first meeting in Rome!

Partners of the European project “Play to Train”, coordinated by OPES Italia, gathered in Rome to establish the final guidelines for the upcoming project. The partners, which include OPES Italia (Italy), Associations Academy Rudi Hiti (Slovenia), and Champion Factory (Bulgaria) met at the Italian National Olympic Committee’s H-Palace on April 5th with the aim to […]

BAGS project: the Kick off in Rome

kick off meeting

The new project BAGS has been kicked off in Rome between 31st August and the 1st of September with the first residential meeting of the partners. OPES, LOGOS Basket Sedavì and ENGSO met in presence in the capital of Italy to start officially the new project. The RHA team was present online. The Project BAGS […]

Our work does not stop: let’s meet online

An online meeting was held on March 18th to discuss organisations’ progress. Each organisation was asked to upload its description, presentation, and logo to the website.  A template was created by OPES to provide feedback to individuals about the organisations’ most effective strategies. Each organisation was asked to collaborate in finding 3-4 new types of […]

A hat trick for inclusion: our kick off

On January 17th and 18th, collaborating partners met in Sweden to kick off the project A Hat Trick for Inclusion. These organizations united to discuss an approach and strategy to recognize, prevent, and contrast hate speech for more inclusive sport. Funded by Erasmus plus Programme, the meeting included the following partners: OPES, SVENSKA UNGDOM LEAGUE, […]

The Soft Skills Through Sport For Active Youth project: a talk with the coordinator

The project Soft Skills Through Sport For Active Youth, started in 2019, is coming to an end. The project has involved 4 countries to work on a very important objective: promoting education in and through sport focusing on soft skills development in youth, aged 15-20 years old. Looking forward to the project results and its […]