Equal Access for Migrant Volunteers to Sports Clubs in Europe. A baseline study.

By Victoria Schwenzer, December 2016

This study investigates how far migrants and ethnic minorities have equal access to the structures of organized sports in Europe, exploring above all to which extent they commit themselves as volunteers and hold honorary positions in sports clubs – as coaches or board members, for instance. It covers the large area of grassroots sports, excluding the professional sector.

 
About the publication
Author(s):
Title:
Equal Access for Migrant Volunteers to Sports Clubs in Europe. A baseline study. 
Description:
This study investigates how far migrants and ethnic minorities have equal access to the structures of organized sports in Europe, exploring above all to which extent they commit themselves as volunteers and hold honorary positions in sports clubs – as coaches or board members, for instance. It covers the large area of grassroots sports, excluding the professional sector. 
Publikation type:
Other reports, publications and longer articles 
Publication year:
2016 
Publication month:
December  
Publisher:
ESPIN/Camino
Language:
English
Number of pages:
64
ISBN-number.:
None
Subjects:
Sport for all
Keywords:
Inclusiveness, migrants, sport for all, sport clubs, volunteers 
Notes:
None

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