- Promoting social inclusion and participation of vulnerable young people by using orienteering as a multi-goal activity;
- Enhancing sport trainers’, and civil society organization workers abilities to foster social inclusion through orienteering as a grassroot sport.
- Raising awareness among local communities, stakeholders and policy-makers of the value of sport as a tool for inclusion.
- Collection of good practices, tools and methodologies using orienteering for social inclusion.
- Development of a curriculum on orienteering for social inclusion aimed at sport trainers and civil society organization workers.
- Creation of a toolbox for the creation of orienteering routes for young people.
- Co-creation of a compendium with orienteering routes done from participatory mapping workshops and an orienteering contest with young people and sport trainers and civil society organization workers.
- Drafting a Manifesto with the potential of orienteering for social inclusion.
- ORIENT Anthology: a collection of inspiring good practices, tools and methodologies using orienteering for social inclusion
- ORIENT Curriculum for sport trainers and civil society organizations workers
- GEARs & IDEAs: a toolbox for orienteering routes
- ORIENT Compendium: “Routes to inclusion”
- ORIENT Manifesto
- Enhanced abilities on the use of orienteering for social inclusion of 25 sport trainers and 25 civil society organization workers.
- Improved social inclusion of 150 disadvantaged young people through the co-creation of 5 orienteering routes for inclusion and the participation in orienteering contests.
- Raised awareness about the value of sport for social inclusion on 12 policy makers.
- CESIE (Italy, coordinator)
- BSDA – Bulgarian Sports Development Association (Bulgaria)
- WUS Austria – World University Service-Österreichisches Komitee (Austria)
- SMOC – Sarajevo Meeting of Cultures (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
- KMOP – Social Action and Innovation Centre (Greece)
- CSI – Centre for Social Innovation (Cyprus)