ABOUT THE NETWORK
INThROugh Network is created with a goal of bringing together sports clubs, civil society organizations and other stakeholders working on fostering the use of grassroots sports in promoting European values, ensuring intercultural dialogue and addressing burning transnational challenges. Each member of the network is listed within this section of the platform so all visitors can browse through their contact details and get in touch with them.
How the network started
The idea for establishing this network was born within the project consortium of the INThROugh project. The consortium is comprised out of NGO Libero and Basketball Club Cerak from Serbia; NGO EduNorth and Volleyball Klub Kitro from Croatia, and by NGO Interkultura and Football Club Viner from North Macedonia.
Benefits of becoming a member
If your work is directed towards improving education in and through sports, you are welcome to apply for the membership in the network. There are several benefits that your organization or a sports club will have from becoming a member.
Members of the network are committed to share experience, knowledge and good practice among themselves in order to ensure mutual growth and development.
By becoming a member you will be able to submit an initiative aimed at utilizing sport as a tool for non-formal education on a local, national or transnational level.
Sports clubs and organizations that are in the network share the same values and visions as you. Now you can contact them easily and start building partnerships.
Make your work visible to visitors of this platform by enabling them to visit your website or to get in touch with you via the Members page.
Do you want to become a member?
In order to become a member of the INThROugh network you need to fill in the short Registration form and get approved by the platform administrators. More info can be found by clicking the link below.
How to create a grass-root team
This section is dedicated to guiding you step-by-step on the process of establishing a brand new grassroots team and enabling it to function in its full potential.
Grassroot teams are a valuable asset in the fight for integrating education in and through sports on a local level. Every team is comprised of at least 3 members from three key stakeholders – local sports clubs, local authorities, and local youth organizations. If you belong to one of these 3 stakeholders it is up to you to find the other 2 members of the team, establish cooperation with them and sign a letter of intentions. Once you form the team feel free to write to us for additional support and networking opportunities.