Due to the current global COVID-19 pandemic crisis, we have had to get creative with some of the activities originally set out in our project in order to adapt to current safety restrictions.
In order to set out the new working plan with all of the partners, we held a second online coordination meeting on April 14, 2020, through video-conference. During this meeting we decided to continue working on our local activities online, since most of us are currently in confinement.
We also proposed to create an online training course for trainers, which was originally planned to take place in Malaga, Spain during the month of April, so that we can continue to achieve the objectives of the project without having to delay or postpone all of our activities.
Stay tuned for our updates on the Online Course we will be uploading on this website at the end of May.
After the Online Kick-off meeting (February 10, 2020), where all the project coordinators from the different partner organisations/countries finally met through video-conference, the first task to start the implementation of this project, was to design the logo, image, and graphic line, in order to give visibility to and to disseminate the different activities of the “Sport For Change” project.
Iniciativa Internacional Joven, as general coordinator of the project, proposed several versions for a logo, taking into consideration several aspects in the creative progress. We wanted to make sure that all facets of the project were reflected in the logo such as transformation, change, volunteering, sports, etc. After several attempts we finally arrived at a logo that encapsulates the essence of the project: how volunteering in the field of sports can be a source of transformation in our lives!
Here are some photos of the work process and shared ideas that led to our final logo and graphic image for our “Sport for Change” project.
On February 10, 2020, the four partner organisations held their first Coordination Meeting Online in order to specify strategies, working methodology and details for future activities. This meeting was a video conference and was an essential part of the project as it was the first time all coordinators from each partner country met each other. The main objectives of the meeting were:
To plan the phases of local and international activities, objectives, contents, methodology and creation of the tools;
To specify dissemination and visibility activities, including logo, webpage, social networks, etc. of the project;
To discuss the tools to be used to measure the impact and to evaluate different phases of the project;
To make appropriate internal arrangements between partner organizations.
Among the main results of the meeting, we can underline:
Participants/organisations knew the details of the project and its activities;
Every participant/organisation can implement the project in the arranged way;
Organisations established appropriate internal agreements;
Logo, webpage and social networks have been set up and participants/organisations know how to utilise them.
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