The GREW Project: Empowering Communities Through Education and Sport, Final TPM in Kielce, Poland

The GREW project recently marked a significant milestone with the conclusion of its final Transnational Project Meeting (TPM) in Kielce, Poland. This gathering brought together representatives from all partner organizations to celebrate the culmination of their collaborative efforts and reflect on the project’s positive impact.

Here’s what the GREW team achieved since the inauguration of the project

Empowering Communities: One of the primary objectives of the GREW project was to empower ethnic communities by fostering a sense of belonging and integration within society. Through various initiatives, significant strides were made toward achieving this goal, with communities reporting increased participation and engagement.

The project’s research arm delved deep into understanding the best practices for trainers, educators, and youth from ethnic backgrounds. The insights gleaned from this research provided a solid foundation for the project’s endeavors, contributing to the development of effective strategies and interventions.

In addition, a groundbreaking Training Format was developed as part of the project, featuring educational modules and guides on Education Through Sport (ETS) methodology. This format garnered widespread acclaim for its effectiveness and accessibility, with resources now readily available on the project’s website for all interested parties.

Local tournaments organized as part of the project served as catalysts for community cohesion and joy. These events brought together people from diverse backgrounds on the field of sportsmanship, fostering bonds and promoting social inclusion.

Finally, the culmination of the GREW project is the creation of a comprehensive handbook that encapsulates the essence of the endeavor. This handbook incorporates insights from tournaments, research findings, and the esteemed Training Format, serving as a valuable resource for stakeholders beyond the project’s conclusion.


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