call for stories

Radicalization has been defined as the social and psychological process of increasing commitment to extremist political or religious ideology. Radicalization is thought to occur during adolescence or shortly afterwards among young adults who are impressionable and seek to resolve personal negotiations of identity. Typically adolescence is a period of maturation in which young people experiment with their identity, group relationships, political ideologies and their place in the world.

We launched a CALL FOR STORIES to collect experiences in order to comprehend what radicalization is and how it can happen at grassroots sport level,  understanding which capacities and competences should be upgraded at grassroots level for a better use of sport in facing societal challenges.

The stories collected have been published at this link, as a contribution to the development of the CORPLAY educational resources and to the construction of a “counter-narration”, helping to set up the tools and guidelines useful to respond to learning needs.

 

call for stories launched by project partners

OPA – Bulgaria

OPA call for stories

web and email campaign
June 2018

KEAN – Greece

KEAN call for stories

public event
September 2018

USMA – Italy

USMA call for stories

public event
October 2018

ROSTO SOLIDARIO – Portugal

ROSTO SOLIDARIO call for stories

web and email campaign
October 2018

call for stories