SPEY - Leading to Real Change

Sport for the Prevention of Extremism in Youth
01/04/2022 15:52

SPEY puts together scientific knowledge and field experience, creating a strong program that can lead to real change.


Get an update on the SPEY project in an interview with Michelle Blaya, collaborator of the SPEY project and research assistant at the Department of Psychology at the University of Córdoba. At SPEY, she is in charge of assisting in the planning and creation of the activities based on up-to-date scientific literature, and programme outcome assessment.


The interview outlines her reasons to join the project, the effects of the pandemic on the project as well as her SPEY highlights and contributions.


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About the SPEY Project

The SPEY project (Sport for the Prevention of Extremism in Youth) started in February 2020 led by the Union of Sports Federations of Catalonia. The project is co-financed by the European Commission and has the support of seven countries and nine ‘partners’, including the Confederation of Sports of Sweden, the Union of Federations of Latvia, the International Council of Sport and Physical Education, the City Council of Gondomar of Portugal, the Ministry of Culture and Sport of Greece, the French ‘think tank’ Sport and Citizenship, and the University of Córdoba.