- Created on Tuesday, 01 October 2013 12:35
The Swiss Academy for Development (SAD) is working with the Reference Centre for Psychosocial Support, the International Council of Sport Science and Physical Education and the Technische Universität München to develop a handbook for humanitarian personnel. The handbook, “SPAPSI - Sport and Physical Activities as Psychosocial Interventions”, will set out guidelines and suggestions for the targeted, successful use of sport and play activities in crisis regions.
- Created on Thursday, 23 May 2013 10:10
The contakt-citoyenneté programme supports people with initiative who want to work together to actively promote different cultures living together in Switzerland. Good individual ideas for integration projects receive financial support and expert advice. SAD has been working on this national programme, mandated by the Migros Culture Percentage and the Federal Commission on Migration (EKM) through its planning stages and implementation, and supports many of the 30 selected project groups with its expert knowledge.
www.sportanddev.org: The leading online resource in the field of sport and development celebrates its 10 year anniversary
- Created on Tuesday, 14 May 2013 10:48
In 2013, sportanddev celebrates its 10 year anniversary: The International Platform on Sport & Development
(www.sportanddev.org) is a website entirely dedicated to the thematic field of ‘Sport & Development’. The Platform was subsequently launched in November 2003 by the Swiss Academy for Development (SAD) and has been operated by them ever since. The Platform has thereafter become the leading online resource for the field of Sport & Development.
- Created on Friday, 10 May 2013 09:04
The Swiss Network for Education and International Cooperation (RECI) is part of a global network that works to raise the quality of education globally. In 2012, SAD was entrusted with running the secretariat of the RECI for a renewable period of two years. SAD's long-time experience with managing networks supports RECI member organisations in exchanging their experiences. This will allow for relevant educational institutions and specialists to share their good practice expertise more easily, which will ultimately aim to improve the quality of international standards of education. SAD therefore plays a central role in this Swiss Network for Education and International Cooperation.