The Sport Empowers Disabled Youth 2 (SEDY 2) project will reschedule their program due to COVID-19. After the kick-off in Amsterdam last January the project members had to work online due to lockdowns and other measures.
The new schedule includes the creation of a consensus statement on inclusion in sport, collecting best practices in terms of promoting participation in sports, initiating a pilot phase and utilizing the outputs of the project to create a Sport Participation and INclusion (SPIN) tool.
SEDY2 is funded by the European Commission through an Erasmus+ Grant. The project is coordinated by inHolland University and also includes four universities – inclunding fellow ENSE Members Lithuanian Sport University and IP Stanrarem – and four sport federations.
More info about the project update can be found here.