REHAB project – Innovative Rehabilitation Education – Introduction of new master degree programs in Ukraine (REHAB)
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Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme
About the project: Rehab Project is based in a consortium of universities with a strong experience with multinational projects. The Latvian Academy of Sport Education, as coordinator, will be in charge of logistic, administrative and financial issues concerning the course in cooperation with all the partners; European Federation of Adapted Physical Activity, Pilsudski University of Physical Education in Warsaw, Faculty of Rehabilitation (Poland), Satakunta University of Applied Sciences (Finland), Lithuanian Sports University (Lithuania). The Ukrainian Partners include; National University of Ukraine on Physical Education and Sport (Ukraine), I.Horbachevsky Ternopil National Medical University (Ukraine), Lviv State University of Physical Culture named after Ivan Bobersky (Ukraine), SUMY State University (Ukraine), Testing Board (Ukraine).
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EUSAPA – European Standards in Adapted Physical Activities
About the project: The two year project EUSAPA has started in October 2008 and has been funded with support from the European Commission. Coordinating institution is the Palacky University in Olomouc in the Czech Republic and whole project consists from 10 other partner institutions (University of Jyvaskyla, Finland; Swedish Development Centre for Disability Sports, Sweden; Catholic University Leuven, Belgium; Joseph Fourier University, France; University of Coimbra, Portugal; The Jozef Pilsudski University of Physical Education in Warsaw, Poland; Latvian Academy of Sport Education, Latvia; Tralee Co Kerry, Ireland; Loughborough University, Peter Harrison Centre for Disability Sport, Great Britain; European Federation of Adapted Physical Activities).
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EIPET Project
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EIPET Project
LLP/LdV/TOI/2007/IRL-502A two year project supported by the Leonardo da Vinci fund through Léargas the National Agency for Ireland.
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The Paralympic School Day
The Paralympic School Day (PSD) is a non-formal educational programme initiated by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC). The aim of the programme is to create awareness and understanding about persons with a disability. The PSD is a set of activities that educate youth about Paralympic sport, individual differences and disability issues in a fun and playful environment.These activities can be organized during a school day, at a sports club or any other interested youth organization and targets an audience of young persons, especially between the ages of 6 to 15. In 2004, the IPC, in close collaboration with the European Paralympic Committee (EPC), initiated a two-year PSD pilot project in Europe through a grant from the European Union (EU).
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