IHF was in Warsaw on June 26th and 27th for the 2nd Transnational Project Meeting of Antidoping Green Seal, a Project co-founded by the Erasmus Plus Programme of the European Commission, Sport, Collaborative Partnerships.
In conjunction with the Meeting, partners organised the first Multiplier Sport Event that represented a unique opportunity to directly involve stakeholders and disseminate Project methodology, aims and objectives.
GREEN SEAL is a two-year Project implemented by a Consortium of 6 Partners from 6 European countries (Belgium, Croatia, Italy, Poland, Spain and United Kingdom), that addresses the issue of doping in recreational Sports environment and will develop comprehensive preventive actions to tackle doping use in recreational Sports among youngsters.
Such preventive actions will be defined according to the accurate evidence-based assessment (both primary and secondary research) carried out until June 2018. The Project ensure a bottom-up approach and will produce outcomes fully relevant and consistent with the actual needs of the target group.
During the meeting partners presented analysis and surveys carried out within each Project country, sharing ideas and brainstorming on how to develop tailor-made tools for doping prevention in recreational settings. Particular importance was given to Dissemination activities carried out by partners to foster Project visibility and spread information about GREEN SEAL.
In GREEN SEAL, IHF is the leader of Work Package 4 – Communication and Dissemination and will coordinate Partner’s efforts to ensure the widest possible visibility to the Project. Furthermore, IHF will organise a Multiplier Sport Event in Brussels in 2019 to disseminate the Ethical Code GREEN SEAL.
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