Concluding On Line Conference Call
On Monday 14th December 2015, from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm, the concluding on line video conference call took place. The conference call was held in order to evaluate the project management and impact, as well as to share ideas on possible developments of the project in the near future.
Contact persons of the participating organizations took part in the conference call:
Andrea Bruni, Laura Barnaba, Miriam Minardi - CSEN Project Office (Italy)
Stefka Djobova National - Sport Academy (Bulgaria)
Monika Sobotka - Polish University Sports Association (Poland)
Andrej Klapica - Progresit (Slovakia)
Musarat Inayat, Ros Cramp – Community Action Dacorum (United Kingdom)
Carolina Vila Cha – Polytechic of Guarda (Portugal)
Andrius Brusokas, Jurate Martinonyte – Kauno Kolegija (Lithuania)
Teresa Fuster – Fundacion Tarragona 2017 (Spain)
Sindy Tasoula – Faethon Patras (Greece)
Erin Straka – Volkshochschule im Landkreis Cham e.V. (Germany)
Herbert Spindler, Klaas Brose – Sozial.label e.V. (Germany)
Razvan Bondalici, Codrin Cobzaru - STEP (Romania)
Iulian Nicolae Ghinoiu – Young Partners (Romania)
The project manager, Mr Andrea Bruni, opened the conference call with a report about the quantitative analysis and the impact of the project. Then an evaluation schedule was presented to be used as a guide for exchanging opinions. It includes the following items: project management, results and products dissemination, impact of the project at local, national and European level.
At 11.00 am Mr. Luciano Di Fonzo, Head of Sector – Sport and Youth - European Commission - Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) joined the conference call for his greetings. During his intervention, he underlined the importance and the value of the project, he thanked participants for the work done and invited them to share results achieved also on the EACEA website.
All contact persons of participating organizations then spoke in turn. Each one illustrated their evaluations on the above mentioned items. All stated the importance of promoting integrated sport as a tool for social inclusion, and confirmed the remarkable impact of the project in increasing the general awareness of integrated sport at European level.
After lunch break, the conference was resumed with the interventions of all participants regarding the analysis of future perspectives as future editions of the European Day of Integrated Sport, training courses for instructors of integrated sporting disciplines, as well as new project proposals linked to the project realized.
The conference call finished at 4.00 pm.