May 9, 2022



The International Dance Organization was recently represented at INTERACT Pilot Training in Sport for All Development, by Patrick Perosa. The training was hosted by the ITTF Foundation in Leipzig, Germany on the 4th and 5th May 2022.

The central question throughout the programme was ‘How can International and National Sport Organisations (ISOs & NSOs) promote and develop Sport for All, and create a better world?’. This was the question that the INTERACT project – co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, addresses and that is part of its capacity-building framework. The programme shared good practices, knowledge and experiences on how to raise the interest of and engage inactive people and disadvantaged groups to participate in Sport for All. Sport for all policy, strategy, practices, target groups, purposes, venues and types of initiatives were discussed.

The training was led by TAFISA, the ITTF Foundation and the German Frisbee-sport Federation (DFV) with the support of all other INTERACT partners. It was the opportunity for the project team to unveil the first project outputs including its toolkit and good practices collection, which will be made available to the public in the coming months.

Also on the 3rd May, IDO took part in the INTERACT online test group workshop and partners meeting. Partners moved forward with the development of the project’s outputs and was an opportunity for them to discover the better versions of the INTERACT outputs and provide very useful feedback for improvement to the INTERACT Team.

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