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Funded by Erasmus+, this two year project (April 2017 - March 2019) has developed an online course to help young people become peer educators. Its ultimate goal is to increase the participation of disadvantaged young people (aged 13-30) in health-enhancing physical activity throughout Europe. Working with partners from Denmark, Italy, Bulgaria, Belgium, the UK, Malta and The Netherlands, this collaborative approach shares best practice from across Europe, and has led to the creation of an online platform and an online training course – work underpinned by new research and tested by 55 peer leaders.
You can now access all of the training materials developed as part of the EYHC project, for free, via the links below.
Led by the Royal Society of Public Health, this research explored the evidence base for peer educators and their impact on health-enhancing physical activity, collating case studies from all...
As part of the EYHC project, we brought 55 young people from 5 different countries together for 7 days at Brathay Trust in the Lake District. The purpose of the Blended Mobility event was to test...
The European Youth Health Champions project is delivered by a consortium of organisations across Europe, including StreetGames. You can find out more about our partner organisations by following...
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