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Draft Council conclusions on maximising the role of grassroots sport in developing transversal skills, especially among young people

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Council conclusions on maximising the role of grassroots sport in developing transversal skills, especially among young people adopted by the Council of the European Union.

Participation in grassroots sport, while first and foremost a physical leisure activity, also brings additional added-value with regard to a healthier and generally more inclusive and sustainable society in Europe. It may develop positive social attitudes and values, as well as individuals' skills and competences, including transversal skills such as the ability to think critically, take initiatives, problem solve and work collaboratively.

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Permanent Representatives Committee/Council of the European Union
Publication Date:
Wednesday, 22 April, 2015
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National and Policy
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