Erasmus+ provides the opportunity for organisations to develop, transfer and implement innovative practices in the field of sport between organisations, authorities and others.
Collaborative Partnerships aim to:
- increase participation in sport and physical activity
- promote dual careers for athletes
- combat doping
- combat match-fixing
- promote voluntary activity in sport
- support new approaches to tackle violence, racism, discrimination and intolerance in sport
- improve good governance in sport
- encourage social inclusion and equal opportunities in sport.
In a broader sense, Collaborative Partnerships are designed to contribute to EU strategies in the field of sport.
Small Collaborative Partnerships aim to:
- encourage social inclusion and equal opportunities
- promote traditional European sports and games
- support the mobility of volunteers, coaches, managers and staff of non-profit sport organisations
- protect athletes, especially young athletes, from health and safety hazards by improving training and competition conditions
- foster synergy with and between local, regional, national and international policies in sport
- In a broader sense, Small Collaborative Partnerships are designed to contribute to the EU's strategies in the field of sport.