Symposium on Social Inclusion and Volunteering in Sport Clubs
Department of Organisation and History of Sport at Józef Piłsudski University of Physical Education in Warsaw is organising the "Symposium on Social Inclusion and Volunteering in Sport Clubs"
The Symposium will consist of separate sessions, free of charge, held during the "Olympic Sport and Sport for All" XXI International Scientific Congress in Warsaw.
Date of the Symposium: 16th September 2017
The area of volunteering and social inclusion in sports clubs is at the heart of interest in all of the countries in Europe. Therefore, we would like to invite the researchers, managers of sport institutions, government representatives as well as other people interested in sport for an international symposium on social inclusion and volunteering in sport.
WHY THIS THEME?
For the majority of sports clubs, volunteering is the most important resource that allows them to survive. Therefore, voluntary work represents the basis for the inclusion of people in the communities that sports clubs constitute, but the significance of voluntary work is even broader. Volunteering is a form of active citizenship based on reciprocal relations between members. This makes volunteering relevant not only as a resource for sports clubs and members, but also for society in a broader sense. Second, sports clubs are believed to be the arenas for organised sport that are most conducive to social inclusion. This is due to the democratic structure of sports clubs, the social activities, and the joint responsibility of members for the day to day operation of the clubs. These elements bring members together in communities with broader significance than communities based solely on the sports activity.
ABOUT SIVSCE PROJECT
Józef Piłsudski University of Physical Education in Warsaw is proud to be one of the 11 partners of the international Erasmus + Sport project "SIVSCE - Social Inclusion and Volunteering in Sport Clubs in Europe". The project has been implemented since January 2015. The main objective of the project is to provide detailed knowledge of national, regional and local sports clubs in selected European countries and make a diagnosis of the phenomenon of social inclusion and volunteerism in sports clubs. Another aim is to provide data on how the government and organizations can support the sporting activities in all the clubs. The intention of the project is to transform this knowledge into concrete action and collect best practices in this area as well as share and disseminate the achieved results.
If you are interested in SIVSCE project please go to the web: http://www.sdu.dk/SIVSCE
PURPOSE OF THE SYMPOSIUM
*to disseminate knowledge on social inclusion and volunteering in sport clubs in Poland and other countries
*to emphasize the validity of the undertaken issues
*to convert this knowledge into concrete suggestions for actions with regard to sports club policies
*to discuss the knowledge and the suggestions with sports organisations, policy makers and other stakeholders in sport clubs during the symposium
*to share the national results of the SIVSCE project
CALL FOR PAPERS
The organisers cordially invite the researchers, managers of sport institutions, government representatives as well as other people interested in sport for an international symposium on social inclusion and volunteering in sport to submit a scientific or practical abstract to be considered for presentation at the conference.
Oral presentations will be programmed according to the symposium sub-themes: social inclusion and volunteering. Each presenter will be provided with a 12-minute presentation time slot in either a 90 minute or 75 minute session.
An abstract of 300 words must include title, author(s) and affiliation(s). Authors should indicate a conference sub-theme which the presenter(s) feels most closely represents the topic covered and key words to allow the committee to group papers together.
Abstracts should address:
- Introduction to the topic or context and/or mapping of the literature
- Aims of the project or research questions and/or focus of enquiry
- Research methods and/or analytical and/or theoretical frame
- Research findings and/or contribution to the field
- Relevance / alignment to conference theme(s)
- Presenters are strongly encouraged to have a written paper of 4000-6000 words for distribution at the paper presentation.
Attendance in the symposium is free of charge.
To register for the Symposium, please use the following link: Symposium Registration Form.
Symposium Registration Form should be sent electronically (by email) to the following address: email@example.com (title line: Symposium Registration and delegate's name).
The registration of delegates includes:
*Admission to the sessions of the symposium
*Lunch during the symposium (Sept. 16)
*Coffee/tea according to the programme
*Certificate of attendance
The registration does not include accommodation
1st March 2017
|Call for abstracts|
|31st May 2017||Deadline for abstract submission|
|31st May 2017||Registration deadline|
|15th June 2017||Notification of acceptance of abstracts|
VENUE OF THE SYMPOSIUM & COMMITTEES
Venue of the symposium
Józef Piłsudski University of Physical Education in Warsaw
Address: 34, Marymoncka str., 00-968 Warsaw
Department of Organisation and History of Sport
The Józef Piłsudski University of Physical Education in Warsaw
Sylwia Gocłowska (Chairwoman of the Local Organising Committee)
Joanna Bańbuła, PhD
Magdalena Domżał- Sieradzińska
Dr. Monika Piątkowska – Josef Pilsudski University of Physical Education in Warsaw (Chairwoman)
Prof. Dr. Karsten Elmose-Østerlund – University of Southern Denmark
Prof. Dr. Ramon Llopis Goig – University of Valencia
Prof. Dr. Siegfried Nagel – University of Bern
Prof. Dr. Szilvia Perényi – University of Physical Education in Budapest
Prof. Dr. Ørnulf Nicolay Seippel - Norwegian School of Sport Sciences