The objective of this action, co-funded by the European Union, is to support learning mobility and exchanges while promoting the international dimension of sport, with a specific focus on the Western Balkans region. The reason of this choice lies into the European Multisport Club Association family, who – since 2013 – has been created a network with different Multisport Clubs who share the same sport values and needs.
Among EMCA Clubs, Red Star Belgrade is a valuable partner, thanks to their story and efforts in all the dimensions of sport. Thanks to their presence in the Project, they will give an added value to the entire network, promoting the international dimension of sport and contributing to the integration through the sharing of best practices with other three Clubs: Lazio Nuoto (Italy, project leader), Levski Sport For All (Bulgaria) and Olympiacos SFP (Greece).
Thanks to the Project actions, people coming from each of the four Multisport Clubs involved, will experience a period in the other three Clubs, visiting their structures and sport facilities. They will have the opportunity to meet new people, working in contact with them and seeing different techniques of doing their job in a different country. Their experience and engagement will be monitored by a group of experts (two from each Club) who will assess the project results and elaborate a final handbook, representing one of the heritages of the project.
Thanks to this experience, all the participants involved will increase the baggage of experiences and the relationship among the Clubs will be strengthened, stimulating the creation of future mobility partnerships in next years. Moreover, a strong communication campaign will contribute in spreading this message of mobility and sharing of knowledge, even thanks to the final handbook, that will be published on EMCA Studia, book collection promoted by EMCA and available online to everyone.