ISCA’s youth work has changed focus to be more directly aligned with other ISCA activities, as well as with member-specific interests. As a consequence, ISCA now works more with member organisations and partners to enable them to stage events and initiatives.
2014 activities include:
- Promotion of the ISCA-developed “MOVE & Learn Manual” on education though sport (ETS) for young people ( http://www.moveandlearn.org/ ). The manual has given rise to a new community of young people who are using and promoting this method of non-formal education across Europe. This community is called the ETSMoveandLearn community, and several of its members have staged their own youth events or are applying for funds.
- ISCA Pool of Project Managers (YesWeRun) – training youth leaders to implement new projects and initiatives to increase the number of young people involved in international work. The second of three trainings took place in 2014 in France, led by UFOLEP.
- Engaging young people to join ongoing ISCA initiatives. This has in particular been the case for MOVE Week, where many youths have engaged as MOVE Agents or National Coordinators.
Contact to the network:
If you have an interest in joining this Network or know more about the topic, please contact ISCA office at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have special interest in the Latin American Youth activity, please contact chairperson of Latin American Youth Committee Ms Andrea Desiderio email@example.com