Open call for iSPORT project logotype

Open call for iSPORT project logotype

The Inclusion in Sport (iSPORT) project, coordinated by the European University Sports Association, needs a logotype, with interested designers and creatives encouraged to send in their proposals by May 16.

The iSPORT project, which kicked off at the start of this year, looks to promote diversity and social inclusion in sport by enhancing the sporting experience of all participants – athletes and volunteers, especially targeting women, LGBT+ and people with disabilities – and promoting equal opportunities and awareness of the importance of health-enhancing physical activity through increased participation in, and equal access to, sport for all.

The project, led by EUSA through the EUSA Institute, is funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, and involves eight partner organisations from across Europe.

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All those interested in designing an appropriate logotype which best represents the aims and purpose of this project are encouraged to get their creative juices flowing and send in their submissions by email to the EUSA Office (...) by Sunday, May 16.

The final selection of the logotype will be done within project consortium, and the author(s) of the winning logo will be publicly credited and will receive a practical award.

The iSPORT project is unique in that it brings together people from profiles underrepresented in sport – women, LGBT+, people with disabilities – with the goal being to increase participation of these minorities in sport competitions and tournaments.

iSPORT project

Project partners hail from eight countries across Europe, with the consortium made up of the EUSA Institute (SLO), Panteres Grogues Sports Club (ESP), Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (GRE), Finnish Paralympic Committee (FIN), University Sports Association of Poland (POL), European Paralympic Committee (AUT), European Non-Governmental Sports Organisation (SWE) and European Gay and Lesbian Sport Federation Vereniging (NED).

For more information, please visit https://www.eusa.eu/projects/isport.