Work package 5
Three examples of best practice are collected from each of the participating countries in relation to social inclusion and volunteering in sports Clubs.
The aim of this WP is to provide a more qualitative description of specific sports clubs and projects that are successful with social inclusion and in recruiting and retaining volunteers, which can contribute to the handbook with 'vibrant' and illustrative examples.
This WP is implemented in four stages.
- In the first stage, the WP leader formulate a proposal for criteria for the selection of examples of best practice (based on the analyses in WP 4).
- In the second stage, this is discussed and qualified at the fifth meeting for the countries involved in the project, after which the final criteria for the selection is developed.
- In the third stage, the representatives from each of the participating countries collect examples of best practice in dialogue with the WP leader and prepare a description thereof (in English, approximately five pages) for each of the selected cases.
- In the fourth stage, the WP leader gather all these examples and prepares an overall analysis thereof.
WP 5 contribute to the handbook (WP 6) with 'vibrant' and illustrative examples on how selected sports clubs work with social inclusion and volunteering in practise.
This WP is implemented from February 1st 2016 to December 31st 2016.
This is a less time consuming WP, which is reflected in the budget. The total budgeted expenditure for WP 5 is 32,500 Euro (not including expenses for management, coordination, meetings, seminars, etc..) which is equivalent to 5 percent of the total budget.
The success criteria (measurable indicators) for this WP are:
a) Elaboration of common criteria for best practice which are relevant to all participating countries (end March 2016).
b) The collection of best practice examples from all participating countries (end June 2016).
c) The preparation of a report with a brief description of 20-30 examples of best practice and a cross-sectional analysis thereof (end December 2016).