“Inclusion for Healthy Generations’’ brings innovative character thanks to its network that includes organizations from different European countries with diverse profiles, in particular bringing added value by involving organizations focused on different kinds of sports, nutrition, and healthy lifestyle; organizations targeting youth, old people, unemployed/ disadvantaged people, refugees – this will support the creation of a creative information campaign.
Link to the official page: https://www.facebook.com/Inclusion-for-Healthy-Generations-Erasmus-Sport-102624841354766/about/?ref=page_internal
Latest local outdoor events organized: https://www.facebook.com/events/277456373497606/ and https://www.facebook.com/events/1034424966955606/

“If you want the rainbow, you have to put up with the rain.” 🌈🌈 That’s why despite the rain in Blagoevgrad, Active Bulgarian Society still managed to carry out the volleyball event. 🤾‍♀️🤾‍♂️
A lot of brave people joined and luck was on our side as well, as the rain stopped just before the beginning of the event. Former Azerbaijani national volleyball team member and our current volunteer, Konul, showed her excellence in this game and carried her team to victory. 🏆🏆
It was a very exciting and fun game, if you are feeling jealous because you missed this event, don’t worry, there will be more events coming up and we will keep you updated.✌️✌️
“Volleyball for All” was part of a series under the project “Inclusion for Healthy Generations” funded by the Erasmus+ program.😊😊

Wednesday afternoon, a group of young people from Praxis Greece responded to the call of the club “O-Siris Orienteering Club” and participated in this very beautiful game: Orienteering! In Serres – Greece.

We love our city, we work together and we support the efforts of the associations as well. It was an action adapted to the limitations of the pandemic. Safe action orienteering.

We took the challenge of the “O-Siris Orienteering Club” invitation: “From the 11th to the 19th of May explore neighborhoods of Serres, anytime you want, with the help of the map we provide. We ask you to follow the purple route, to match the photos with the points of the map and write down the path of the point. We suggest that you print them so that you can write down what you will find. There is no time limit but if someone wants, they can time the effort”.

We walked through the neighborhoods of the city, studied the map, and spent a beautiful and creative afternoon!

It was a good opportunity for the general public to try orientation without the stress of timing and failure with extra educational value: our participants tested their orientation skills, played sports; they had fun, discovered places in our city that had been previously photographed by the organizers. They followed the instructions and rules of participation, regardless of age or physical condition, regardless of the specific time. There was a specific starter, holding the specific map in hand, they followed all the points of the route correctly, sent the required proofs based on the instructions, and enjoyed the experience!

Great news on the horizon!

Thing are getting better and better and we are happy to announce you something great is going to happen sooner than we expected.

Keep following us to find out about the surprise. 😉

If the mountain will not come to Mohammed, Mohammed must go to the mountain

Let’s be honest, located right in the center of Paris, it would be a lie to say that in Parcours Le Monde Ile-de-France, we do all sorts of outdoor activities with our beneficiaries (…not yet!)

Nevertheless, driven by our will to deliver our message among the NEETs – individuals that currently do not have any ties with a socio-educational organization, we had to spice up our practices and get out of our offices to go find them in their own neighborhood.

Thus, we started to contact local associations to plan together small outdoor events down the blocks. Known and recognized by the neighborhood’s young inhabitants, those organizations are in charge of spreading the word and taking care of some logistic aspects. As for us, Parcours le Monde IDF, we bring our giant « Mobility Snakes and Ladder »…and some sausages to grill for an unexpected snack!
Those events create some local entertainment. Some are very curious while others stay away, glancing at us out of the corner of the eye. One sure thing, several actions will be necessary to earn their confidence.

Our goal is to shake the codes, taking over their familiar, open and secure environment, to surprise them and bring conviviality with giant games and food, aiming to create a new learning opportunity for these young people