Clearinghouse Resource

Title

The Roles of Sport and Education in the Social Inclusion of Asylum Seekers and Refugees: An Evaluation of Policy and Practice in the UK

Authors/Editors

Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants

Publisher(s)

Leicestershire, UK: Institute of Sport and Leisure Policy, Loughborough University

Source Information (Journal Title, Date, Length)

2005, 118 pages

Description of Resource

This project therefore seeks to identify and evaluate ways in which sport has been used, for the purposes of promoting the social inclusion among asylum seekers and refugees. It aims to clarify ways in which sport has actually been accessed and used by individuals and groups from such communities, the meanings and values associated with sport for such groups, the potential for development in this area, and to identify lessons learned in terms of good practice in relation to policy and provision. -Description from source

Languages

English

Availability

http://www.academia.edu/529141/The_Roles_of_Sport_and_Education_in_the_Social_Inclusion_of_Asylum_Seekers_and_Refugees_An_Evaluation_of_Policy_and_Practice_in_the_UK