How important is it to develop socio-emotional skills in young people in conflict with the law? Is it possible to do this through games and recreational activities? Learn more about the AG4C methodology.
The ActiveGames4Change project team selected 5 communities in the province of Palermo where young offenders and minors at risk reside, in order to allow them to acquire and employ key skills aimed at facilitating their social inclusion, training and employment.
Do you work in a community for minors in Palermo and surroundings? Are you looking for innovative educational methods that can support minors in conflict with the law and at risk in the development of emotional skills? Partecipate in the ActiveGames4Change training!
Do you work in a community for minors or in a secure settings in Palermo or province and would like to try out a new approach with your educators and young people? Read more about ActiveGames4Change project!
On this International Day of Sport for Development and Peace, we offer you an overview of active initiatives on the topic, remembering that sport can be a great opportunity for social reintegration and lifelong learning.
Despite some initial setbacks encountered due to Covid-19 restrictions, project partners have been working hard in the last few months to develop a set of games as sports-like activities divided by levels to support educators to deliver the activities to young offenders (both from secure or community settings) and develop their socio-emotional competences.
In questa giornata internazionale dello sport per lo sviluppo e la pace, vi proponiamo una panoramica di quello che stiamo facendo anche da remoto per non rinunciare al nostro benessere.
The partners of ActiveGames4Change project have been working hard to come up with the best answers to these questions and to find the most engaging way of linking sports & physical activity with social, emotional and citizenship competences development in young offenders.
How do we help young offenders to integrate into society? ActivesGames is a new project that seeks to bridge the gap by addressing vulnerable young people in community and detention centers with new instruments.