The fairplay workshop for children and young people combines education and movement. The content is presented in a playful and interactive way - work in small groups, discussions and lectures alternate with movement methods and games.
The workshops are conducted by trained fairplay workshop leaders.
Module sustainable development goals
Content and playful exercises on the Sustainable Development Goals (17 goals for sustainable development) of the United Nations and their connections to sport.
Playful learning of important terms (racism, discrimination, prejudice, stereotypes, refugee, migrant, homophobia etc.) and showing examples.
Module Movement Methods
Exercises from everyday training are linked to content here. Based on self-awareness in the exercises, the topics of fair play, team spirit, respect and social inequalities are addressed.
Here the participants are introduced to the contents of homophobia and gender. The goal is to promote diversity.
Module human rights
Major sporting events such as World Championships and Olympics are examined in terms of their positive and negative effects on society. In the workshop, local and global connections are made.
Module Rebels of Change
In this module, participants learn more about the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) and explore sustainable action strategies in sport and beyond. Download Guide.
These modules can be used flexibly and can be booked as needed for a fairplay workshop.
Age: 10-16 years
Location: in a larger room or at the sports field
Duration: 2-3 hours
Number of participants: 15-20 (for orientation)
Materials: Balls, overshoes and marking hats, music, paper, pens and flipchart. These can be provided by fairplay (in consultation).
Costs: will be covered by fairplay.
The workshops are significantly supported by the Austrian Development Cooperation.