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“It made perfect sense for me to experience something of this dimension, in a different country, travelling alone and volunteering for the first time”

The sixth edition of the European Universities Games, one of the largest multi-sport events in Europe, happened in Lodz, Poland during 15 days – the closing ceremony was on Saturday – and attracted student-athletes from more than 20 sports from all across Europe. Mariana Figueiredo, SEA’s Volunteer, had the opportunity to be part of this …

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“I ended up learning a lot in a non-traditional way (not like in a classroom) which made everything much more dynamic and interesting”

When I was told about Human Rights Education through Sports International Camp, I was not well aware of the connection between Sports and Human Rights. To convince me to go, it was enough to know that the project would take place in Portimão, for 5 days, with participants from all over the European Union. I …

“I ended up learning a lot in a non-traditional way (not like in a classroom) which made everything much more dynamic and interesting” Read More »

Challenges, opportunities and the future of sport discussed at the EU Sport Forum

During two days, the future of sport was discussed at the EU Sport Forum in Lille, and SEA was there, represented by its director Pedro Dias. The Forum, that took place at the EuraTechnologies venue, was an opportunity to meet with representatives from public policy, EU institutional, private enterprise, education and other experts, from across …

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Kick-off of Sport Against Match Fixing Project with a meeting in Cidade do Futebol

It was on the stage where the former European champions from Portugal regularly train that the kick-off of the “Sport Against Match Fixing – SAMF” Project, in which SEA is part,  took place. On these two days, which were present, besides SEA, the Portuguese Football Federation – coordinators of the project – and 5 more …

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EUNIK'S Director

“Nowadays is really difficult to find institutions with the experience and the level of involvement and accountability that SEA demonstrates in every project they are in” – by Eunik’s CEO

We talked with Eunik’s CEO Mr. Marcos Lopez to understand how has been the experiênce of working with Sport Evolution Alliance as a partner. First of all, I would like to thank you for taking the time to talk to us and start by asking you to explain what EUNIK does, for those who have …

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“Being a more sports-related event offered me incredible networking that I will end up benefit in the future”

This is how João Ferreira, one of SEA’s volunteers, described the 3-days experience in Amsterdam, related to the Active Project. This project centred around the European Youth Goals and aimed to connect young people through democratic and inclusive sport, while also serving as training for the participants involved, as coaches. The first day kicked off …

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Employability Workshop: Cascais hosted 4 intensive days of preparation for the professional future of 10 volunteers

It finished this Monday the Employability workshop, which took place between Friday (April 1st) – and Monday (April 4th) with the purpose of helping 10 young volunteers from Portugal, Hungary, Malta and Scotland to understand how they can strengthen their profile, using also their volunteering experience, to enrich their applications. These 4 days were not …

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Group of volunteers druing the urban sports camp in Budapest

“It was challenging to leave my comfort zone, travel to Hungary, meet new people and practice new sports”

Mariana Magno was one of the SEA’s volunteers who went to Budapest to participate in a Urban Sports Camp, which was part of the UUM project. We went to talk with her, to get a better understanding of what led him to join SEA and how this experience worked out for him. Hi Miguel. First, …

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“Parkour was extremely challenging and at the same time enriching. It made me get out of my comfort zone and deal with frustration”

Carlos Miguel Firmino was one of the SEA’s volunteers who went to Budapest to participate in a Urban Sports Camp, which was part of the UUM project. We went to talk with him, to get a better understanding of what led him to join SEA and how this experience worked out for him.  Hi Carlos. …

“Parkour was extremely challenging and at the same time enriching. It made me get out of my comfort zone and deal with frustration” Read More »

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