The project provided several objectives and preparatory action that ended, with the active involvement of 3 countries:

to implement positive sport experiences by integrating refugee-background young people into mainstream clubs –
for sport to promote social inclusion and broader social cohesion, integration into mainstream clubs is vital. This model is viewed as fostering bonding and linking social connections;
to support sport organisations to offer suitable participation opportunities for refugees with the help of innovative educational approaches –
Intervention used to support the social inclusion and to identify best practices in their design, implementation and measurement;
to increase the knowledge and evidence-base of working with minor refugees, the organisational challenges and needs, and identifying good practices
Mapping of good practices relating to social inclusion of refugees through sport. In this vein, the project will deliver and facilitate exchange of examples of good practices on the integration of children where sports is used and adapted in various ways to achieve social development objectives;
to disseminate evidenced-based principles of good practice and project findings -
Dissemination to the scientific community, and national and international sports organisations. It is crucial the transferability of the present project, that is, best practice sharing is a priority;
to bring the project findings to the attention of sport organisations, politicians, and other policy makers concerned with refugee-background people as a tool of social inclusion -
raise awareness among sport organisations, politicians and other policy makers involved in sports-based social inclusion interventions.

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