ENSE participated in the seminar on “Human Rights in Sport”, which was held at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg on the 20th of November 2019.
The event was organized by the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport (EPAS) Secretariat with the support of various entities such as the Secretariat of the Anti-doping Convention, the European Programme for Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals (HELP) and the European Court of Human Rights.
In this one-day seminar, stakeholders were informed about recent developments on human rights in sport from both a governmental perspective as well as through the lens of sports organisations.
During the seminar bilingual parallel workshops took place, fostering interesting discussions with key stakeholders in the respective fields. The discussion featured in these workshops dealt with the discrimination against the LGBTI community in sport, the economic and social rights of athletes, the freedom of the sports press as well as the right to physical activity.
Thanks to EPAS and the Council of Europe for organizing the seminar and offering a platform to exchange views with specialists from sports ministries, sports organisations, academics and human rights experts from across Europe.
On November 3rd 2017, the inaugural iCoach Kids conference will be held at the Danubius Hotel Arena in Budapest.
Funded by Erasmus+, iCoachKids is an international, collaborative, multi-agency project aiming to support the development of a Specialist Children and Youth Coaching Workforce across the EU to make sure all youth sport participants have a positive experience led by suitably trained coaches leading to a lifelong involvement in sport and healthier lives.
iCoachKids will use a learner-centred, community-based, collaborative approach to create innovative learning and development opportunities for those coaching children and young people. Namely, the project will aim to develop an interactive learning tool, an online course and an online resource library.
The participation is free, limited number of international participants might benefit from free one night accommodation. Please contact Ladislav Petrovic on L.Petrovic@icce.ws
As part of the ENSE Sport Summit 2017, a Dual Career Workshop is being jointly organized by EAS, ESAA and Elitegymnasier.dk. The workshop will take place on Thursday, September 14th 2017 at Ceres Park.
Focusing on Dual Career Strategies in Youth Sport, the programme provides insights into the different asects of dual career planning, presents current best practices and allows participants an opportunity to network with leaders from the sports and dual career areas. Lunch, sightseeing and practical activities are also part of the programme.
This workshop is a part of of the ENSE Sport Summit 2017, and participation is included in Sport Summit fee. Registration for the Sport Summit can be done here.
Non-Sport Summit participants are also welcome to register for DKK. 500 (65 Euros). Simply contact firstname.lastname@example.org before September 1st 2017 to sign-up.
In conjunction with the European Week of Sport, the European Network of Sport Education (ENSE) will host the ENSE Sport Summit 2017, including the XIV ENSE Forum, in Aarhus, Denmark from September 12th to the 14th. World-renowned organisations and speakers will converge on Aarhus, the European Capital of Culture 2017, for this unique event.
The latest research and developments from around the Globe will be presented on a variety of topics, including a special focus on sport education, talent development and dual careers. A group of top-notch keynote speakers is already lined-up, giving attendees a tremendous opportunity to learn, engage and exchange. These speakers include: