Romanian Sport for All Federation

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Romanian Sport for All Federation
Romanian Sport for All Federation
The folk festivals
Traditional activities
Military operations
Ordinary exercises
SPORT
FOR ALL
In 1990, Romania joined the International Charter of
Physical Education and Sport and took over the name
“Sport For All”.

in 1992, by the order of the Minister no. 90/20.01,
the Romanian Federation Sports For All is founded. The
Federation optimizes the activity, elaborates and
launches programs which create the frame conditions
that guarantee the right to move.
In 2000, after The Law of Physical Education and
Sports majority sports structures at different levels are
reorganized and become private non-governmental
organizations.
Some of them are publicly recognized such as: the
Romanian Federation Sports For All
MINISTER OF SPORT AND YOUTH
ROMANIAN FEDERATION SPORT FOR ALL
Sport for all County Associations
Sport Associations
Sport Clubs and others
sport structures
Sport for All is social activity of national interest in a safe and clean environment:
o
based on the choice of every person to practice physical activities;
o
depending on personal needs, capabilities and preferences;
o
in an organized or independent frame
The final result must be the social and individual health and well being
Pro – nature
tourism for
all
Ethnic sports
Baby sports
Fun sports
PROGRAMS
OF FRSPT
Women
sports
PAS – health
through
sports
Old sports
Promo-infosports
Traditional
sports
• The idea of this project came from the
discussions with representatives of ethnic
minorities.
• Through this project we wanted to find a way
to get out from anonymity and to present the
cultural richness of ethnic minorities.
• Our work fits into the national strategy of
keeping the Romanian cultural values beyond
its borders.
Young people from
disadvantaged groups
Emigrants
Ukraines
Prisoners
Romanian minority
from Moldavia
Poles
Romanian minority
from Ukraine
Rromas (Gypsies)
Hebrews
Germans
Armenians
Italians
Hungarians
Russians
Facilitating mutual knowledge and effective communication between
athletes from ethnic minorities
Providing alternatives to leisure through sport
Creating strong links with Romanian communities from Ukraine,
Cernovtsy region and Republic of Moldavia
Creating an annual event where will be presented elements of multi-ethnic
traditions and culture of Bukovina and Romania
Creating a pattern event in which to demonstrate that the integration into
society of those ethnic minorities may be realized through sport and
cultural heritage
Cultural
activities
Footbal
Table tennis
Badminton
Archery
Petangue
Sweeming
Athletics
Kin-ball
Sport
activities
Cultural wealth
through dances,
songs, poems, plays,
but also
presentations of
traditional costumes.
Ministry of Justice –
Probation Service Suceava
Ministry of Justice –
Prison Botosani
Ministry of Administration and Internal Affairs –
Regional Centre for Refugees Radauti
Gazeta SV.ro
Suceava Municipality
Romanian Sport for All Federation
Ministry of Administration and Internal Affairs –
Suceava County Police Inspectorate
Association Sport for All Suceava
Developing a
network of
volunteers to work
permanently with
target groups.
Attainment of
partnerships 2014
in which to define
concrete activities.
Attracting funding
from public
institutions, local
authorities or
sponsors to
improve the sports.
Long-term prospects

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