Each mentee is tasked with designing their own project relating to Sport for All which they will execute with the guidance and support of their mentors and project partners. The project can either be undertaken individually or as a joint effort between the two mentees within the trio. The mentees will present their projects during the 27th TAFISA World Congress in June 2022 in Portorož, Slovenia.
Vision Statement: Everyone should have the same opportunities to get involved in sports and have access to the tools with which they can learn how to exercise properly, without endangering their health.
Vision Statement: With our leadership program for girls in Zambia and Germany we want to create safe spaces for girls and use sport for development activities to strengthen leadership competences and prepare them to take over leadership positions in their sport teams, their sport clubs or communities.
Vision Statement: The most effective way of dealing with any dilemma is by educating each other and coming up with relevant solutions and thus our project aims to shed light on the different aspects of inequality faced by women in sports in Slovenia and Namibia and how best we can bring change to the global sports society.
Vision Statement: Our vision is to increase the percentage of physically active women by helping them recognise the value of the physical activity and encourage them to develop new habits that will lead them towards healthy lifestyle.
Vision Statement: Encouraging by focusing on a fulfilling and healthier everyday life.
Vision Statement: Raise awareness on the reality of gender equality in Portugal, addressing topics such as the benefits of sport for women and society, statistical data, gender stereotypes and strategies for change.
Vision Statement: Empowering women in sports to defy gender stereotypes and social norms, make inspiring role models, and show men and women as equals.
Vision Statement: This program seeks to address the hegemonic masculinity in our province particularly in sport through comprehensive program of women in more especially male dominated sporting code such as boxing. Sport can demonstrate a positive effect on improving gender relations.