The programme consists of the following activities: leisure and sport activities (e.g., sports tournaments, adventure days) and assistance in qualifications or jobs in sport; and network possibilities, workshops and panel discussions (on themes such as integration). By attending the sports activities, young people are provided with access to other activities which allow them to improve their language skills and expand their social networks, among other things. The SIQ project also sees itself as a socio-educational project (direct work with the target group) and platform for sports integration (public relations, network and educational work).
Migrant youth - refugees and beneficiaries of subsidiary protection ages 5-21 years.
There are many partners involved from different regions and levels (e.g. from schools to sports clubs, from youth centres, universities to government institutions) which provide the programme with a solid foundation.
Multi-channel funding: The project is supported by the European Refugee Fund on an annual basis, but other local, regional and national government organisations and nongovernmental organisations also contribute.