Strengthening European Traditional Sports

Building a network to strengthen European traditional sports and games

  
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This section  provides three submenus (one for every conference) with more information about the conference content and participants.

The agenda of  the conferences was as following:

- Introduction of their organisation by every participant.

- The situation of traditional sports and games in their community

- Strengths and weaknesses of traditional sports and games.

- Future cooperation when the SETS project ended.

- Recommendations towards the European Union.

 

For each of the three conferences a maximum 16 participants (one per organisation) out of that region were invited. The conferences took place in:

Amsterdam (Wed 19/11 - Fri 21/11/2014): for traditional sports out of The Netherlands, Ireland, England, Wales, Scotland, Northern-Ireland, Denmark, and Germany.

Vilnius (Wed 04/02 – Fri 06/02/2015): for traditional sports out of Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, Finland, Sweden and Poland.

Martfü (Wed 04/03 – Fri 06/03/2015): for traditional sports out of Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech republic, Slovakia, Austria, Slovenia and Greece.

 











property: http://www.europeantraditionalsportsforum.eu/