Good Practice Guide
The objectives for the Good Practice Guide are to identify and present good practice case studies. In order to compile the Good Practice Guide (GPG) diverse good practice experiences from the partner countries plus UK have been documented, evaluated and edited. Moreover quality criteria for the inclusion of migrants in sport and the corresponding indicators have been established.
Each project partner provided reports and good practice examples from their countries, based on the detailed grid that was established, presented and discussed at the kick-off meeting. Camino – one of their principal tasks consists in compiling the Good Practice Guide on the Inclusion of Migrants in Sports – carried out the corresponding research not just for Germany but also for the United Kingdom. Afterwards Camino has compiled the GPG on the basis of all the material collected, i.e. the reports about Austria, Finland, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Ireland, Italy and Portugal. It contains introductory texts and good practice examples from the following areas: national/governmental programmes, regional programmes, sport clubs and associations, qualification, migrant sport clubs, migrant girls/women, access in neighbourhoods, access in schools, anti-racist and intercultural events. Ultimately, quality criteria for the inclusion of migrants in sporting activities are established, accompanied by the corresponding indicators.
A drafted version of Guide has been completed and presented at the Vienna Conference. The final version has been published as A4 brochure (28 pages) entitled “Inclusion of Migrants in and through Sports – A Guide to Good Practice“, disseminated to key European stakeholders.
Download the Handout of the Good Practise Guide presented by Camino at the SPIN conference in Vienna in September 2011
Download the final SPIN Good Practice Guide "Inclusion of Migrants in and through Sport - A Guide to Good Practice