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Suurbritannia kogemuse kaasamine noorte spordivabatahtlikkuse ja noorsootöö arendamiseks läbi spordi.
Start date: Sep 1, 2016, End date: Feb 28, 2018 PROJECT  FINISHED 

This project is about innovation through knowledge transfer: utilising experiences from Great Britain, to develop school sport and youth volunteering in Estonia and strengthening ties between them.Sport provides multiform tool for the young people development and opportunity to expand Youth work for its impact and meaning. This project will help create links between sport, voluntary work, youth work and school as an organization. School is a place where young people spend much of their time, therefore it shapes their values and affects their mental and physical abilities.The project key partner for the international field is one of the top players in the world, Youth Sport Trust from UK. With United Kingdom and the Youth Sport Trust's experience the following activities will be carried out on the project: (a) a model will be worked out and youth sports volunteer’s movements will be started in Estonia; (b) Partners study tour will be organized to the UK to learn from their experience and bring in more knowledge; (c) School-based sports and sports volunteer clubs (the so-called campus clubs) will be developed based on examples and experience from the UK. This model will be tested in two schools (analogous to the choirs, bringing together music lovers, a campus-club idea is to bring together the school's sports enthusiasts, to attract joint actions and facilitate sports fitness and help to find disabled children a way to be involved in sport (d) 20 sports related lectures with trainings will be organized in schools/youth centers; (e) sports volunteer leaders will be offered an opportunity to work in London 2017 Athletics World Championships to gain knowledge (f) a technological platform for the link-event organizers and volunteers will be developed in order to increase cooperation in the organization (Phase II); (g) A forum will be arranged to present the results to publicThe project is implemented by SportYear Foundation, the core team are experienced in NGO, entrepreneurship, and technological development field. SportsYear Foundation was founded in 2009 – it is a civil society organization that initiates, carries and supports innovative models to develop sport and active lifestyle in Estonian. SportYear Foundation has been initiator and a leader of the Estonian mobile sports capital pilot project (2013 - Ida-Viru, 2014 - Vagamaa, 2015 - Saaremaa), organized sports bars, Sport Organisers’ Inspiration Days, Community activities day “Let's Do it !“ and has helped to bring to Estonia the International Movement of the Week 'Move Week'. SportYear Foundation has organized a number of charity campaigns such as the collecting Kiviõli I School children mountain skiing equipment and primary skiing lessons in Kiviõli Adventure Centre (connection with ash hill open events), Valga Sports Fair and the initiation of the Sports Garage establishment, in cooperation with the Cycling Union bike ride to support Narva - Narva-Jõesuu Bikeway. SportYear team helped to assist Estonian Ski Association mountain skiing strategy for the brand Alpine Ski Team Estonia creation (see and finding partners.From the Estonian side the project partners are, from youth side -Junior Chamber International Tallinn, from physical culture and youth teaching side - Tallinn University, from school sports side - Estonian School Sport Union, pilots of Campus clubs - Tallinn School No. 21, and Gustav Adolf Gymnasium.

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