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Creating a tech tool to promote European Traditional Sports and Games: European Map of Traditional Sport and Games

The School of Physical Education and Sport Science of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA) is participating in the ERASMUS+ collaborative partnership GEO LUDENS "Creating a tech tool to promote European Traditional Sports and Games (TSGs) from an intergenerational and inclusive perspectivehttp://geoludens.eu  The European Commission has long acknowledged the important role of sport and physical education as a tool for socio-cultural inclusion-integration in and through sport, along with promoting public health, a healthy lifestyle and social well-being.    For further details see: European Map of Traditional Sport and Games  http://geoludens.eu - Creating a tech tool to promote European Traditional Sport and Games from an intergenerational and inclusive perspective

     On May 30, 2018 a guided tour of the 19th century neoclassical installations—the historic building of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA)—  was provided to all the project participants: the coordinating university Fundacion Universidad San Jorge (FUSJ)/St. George University (Spain); the European Traditional Sports and Games Association- AEJeST (France);  the Baranta Traditional Hungarian Martial Arts Association  (Hungary).

     The NKUA hosted the first two working sessions at the Alumni Cultural Centre “Kostis Palamas” https://en.uoa.gr/about_us/services_units/kostis_palamas_building/  The other three working sessions were organized and hosted by the School of Physical Education and Sport Science http://en.phed.uoa.gr/   

   Αt the NKUA Alumni Cultural Centre "Kostis Palamas": Left:  Irene Kamberidou, Fotini Venetsanou, Botond Biro, Bartosz Prabucki,  Carlos Valero, César Berzosa and Konstantinos Karteroliotis 

   Participating in the  five working sessions (three-day meetings) in Athens: Left:  1) Botond Biro of the Baranta Traditional Hungarian Martial Arts Association (Hungary); 2) Prof. Nikolaos Geladas, Dean of the School of Physical Education and Sport Science (Greece);  3) Assoc. Professor Irene Kamberidou (Greece);  4) Dr. Bartosz Prabucki-AEJeST (France);    5) Prof. Konstantinos Karteroliotis, Vice Dean of the School of Physical Education and Sport Science (Greece);  6) Dr. César Berzosa FUSJ (Spain); Asst. Professor Fotini Venetsanou  (Greece) and Dr. Carlos Valero- FUSJ (Spain).