The partnership consists of Spain (Club Lluita Olimpica La Mina & Club Gimnastica La Mina - Gervasio Deferr), France (ASM de Clermont-Ferrand), Palermo (International Center for Promotion of Education and Development) and Greece (European Institute for Local Development)
Club Lluita Olimpica La Mina (Spain):
Club Lluita Olimpica La Mina was legally declared in 2000. The school opened under the following motto: “Fight and Respect”. The club was aimed at promoting, facilitating and supporting the social transformation of the district La Mina (the district with the the greatest social deprivation within the Barcelona metropolitan area).
Club Gimnastica La Mina - Gervasio Deferr (Spain):
The opening of Club Gimnastica La Mina - Gervasio Deferr is the spin-off or replication of Club de Lluita La Mina, which previously demonstrated that children engaged in sports are alert, display less behavioural problems and show better patterns of attendance, than less active children living in the same community.
ASM de Clermont-Ferrand (France)
The ASM Lutte pertains to the Association Sportive Michelin (ASM), located in Clermont-Ferrand (France). The foundation of ASM was created in 1911 by Marcel Michelin with the aim to promote sports open to all kind of people in terms of class and age. Particularly, the department dealing with wrestling attempts to facilitate social inclusion of children and youngsters through sports.
International Center for Promotion of Education and Development (Italy)
International Center for Promotion of Education and Development (CEIPES) is a non-profit European organization with antennas in more than 8 European countries. CEIPES’ work is inspired by the principles and values of peace and nonviolence, equality in diversity, human rights, democracy and active participation, respect for the environment, cooperation, communication, solidarity, social inclusion, respect, tolerance and interculturality. CEIPES works at local, European and international level with more than 40 organisations and public bodies that work in synergy to reach identical goals.
European Institute for Local Development (Greece)
European Institute for Local Development (EILD) was founded in 2009 as an independent non-governmental organization whose members are European citizens and organizations interested in supporting regional development activities. EILD’s mission is to consistently provide innovative high quality services that improve the economy of regions and the quality of life in urban and rural areas by supporting and promoting experience sharing between its members and partners for sustaining international cooperation, skillful networking and further progress and growth. Our organization’s goals and network come in support of fulfilling our mission.