All for Sport for All: Perspectives of Sport for People with a Disability in Europe.
Guett, M and THOMAS, Nigel and Hovemann, G and O'Rourke, B and Digennaro, S and Camy, J and Fodimdi, J and Carscadden., C (2011) All for Sport for All: Perspectives of Sport for People with a Disability in Europe. Project Report. European Observatoire of Sport & Employment, Lyon.Full text not available from this repository. (Request a copy)
Abstract or description
Due to the nature of the Preparatory Action Project, this Summary Report is not meant to be a scientific paper covering all details and concepts related to disability sport, nor was it able to include all kinds and varieties of disability sports or national disability sport sector aspects, information, activities, practices and contributions. This Summary Report nonetheless has been duly built on the information received from national project and associate partners who are experts in the field and who duly researched information and practices within the time and resources given.
The report shall be read together with the detailed work package and sector reports that are available online at www.allforsport.eu and include further country data, practices and references.
In regards of proper use of terminology, the All for Sport for All project team has been aware and acknowledges that there are considerable debates on the different terms related to the sector. We are aware that the translation and use of some terms might be difficult and used differently in each European country2, such as e.g. “disabled people” or “disability sports”. However, the international team has decided and is confident that even an incoherent use of terms within the project or this publication (e.g. “sport for people with a disability” and “disability sport” to describe sport activities that have been developed for people with a disability) will not detract substantially from the general points we wish to make. For reasons of legibility, we also refrained from referring in every case to both sexes. References to persons are generally not gender-specific.
The report’s objective is to provide the reader and especially the EU and national sport authorities and stakeholders dealing with sport for people with a disability or with disability in general with an overview and review of the current status quo of the sector. The Summary Report reflects the view of the experts involved in this project activity. By drawing conclusions and recommendations, the report shall help opening the door for a broader European dimension of disability sport with further trans-national
|Item Type:||Monograph (Project Report)|
|Subjects:||C600 Sports Science
L400 Social Policy
|Faculty:||Faculty of Health Sciences > Psychology, Sport and Exercise|
|Depositing User:||Nigel THOMAS|
|Date Deposited:||26 Nov 2012 16:09|
|Last Modified:||26 Nov 2012 16:09|
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