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Promoting a Strategic Approach to EU Sports Diplomacy

Sports Diplomacy

TAKT is a partner of Erasmus + for the implementation of the three- year project “Promoting a Strategic Approach to EU Sports Diplomacy” aimed at preparing primary research and stage series of sporting events in order to support the EU’s priorities in the field of sports diplomacy. This project will help the EU adopt a strategic approach to sport diplomacy and provide evidence of instances where sport can help amplify key EU diplomatic messages and help forge better diplomatic relations with third countries. For example, the project examines how sport diplomacy projects in third states can, amongst other things, play a role in: combating violence, racism, discrimination and intolerance; encourage social inclusion and equal opportunities in sport; improve good governance in sport; encourage participation in sport and promote voluntary activity in sport.

Partners for this project are: Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium; Edge Hill University; TMC Asser Institute, Netherlands; TAKT; Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain; University of Rijeka, Faculty of Law, Croatia; ESSCA School of Management, France.


Let them Lead: Advancing gender equality in sport

The one-year project “Let them Lead-Advancing Gender Equality in Sport”, supported by the Kingdom of the Netherlands in the Republic of Macedonia will start with its implementation from December 2018. Namely, the activities within this project will include workshops and seminars intended for capacity building of local sports organizations with the aim of introducing the gender perspective in the internal legislation, as well as promotion of methods and modules for the promotion of gender equality in the internal structures of the sports subjects. At the same time, a campaign will be created to raise awareness of the significance of gender equality and equal opportunities for women involved in the sports sector.

Partners for this initiative are the Agency for Youth and Sports, as well as the international women’s association “Women Win” from the Netherlands.


Sport for all

Sport for all

TAKT together with the local network for Sport for Development in Kriva Palanka, and supported by the German Society for International Cooperation GIZ, launched the six-month project “Sport for All” on April 15th. The goal of the project “Sport for All” is to improve the social inclusion of marginalized youth in Kriva Palanka by increasing their access to sports facilities in the city. In this project, the sport will be used as a tool to achieve the inclusion of children and young people from the marginalized areas of the city. The main objective of this action is to help acquire skills for social inclusion through sport and promote peace building, friendship, co-operation and inclusive values at all levels of society.

The project is a series of planned and structured activities in order to promote the idea of sport for all (sports for social inclusion) and to join local schools, sports clubs, grassroots movements, youth organizations at all local levels as well as at the national level.

The project will create a sustainable base of trainers, mentors, young leaders who will use their knowledge and will incorporate it into their schools, clubs and youth centers. Urban sports sites for social inclusion will revive the forgotten sports structures that will be transformed into sustainable sports locations for all young people in the city. This project will emphasize the power of sport as a tool for transforming communities and its people for the better.


Project on Sport’s diplomacy

TAKT will start with the realization of the ten-month project from the program Sport Diplomacy in order to build cooperation and partnership between the Republic of Macedonia and the Republic of Kosovo. Sports diplomacy can be defined as a new qualitative, economical and influential approach that leads to creation of lasting dialogue and cultural understanding as well as inclusion and strengthening of cooperation among young people. Within the project will be organized workshops and summer camps with participants both from the Republic of Macedonia and Republic of Kosovo. The project is supported by the International Association for Sport and Culture.


We Stand Together-Sport for Social Inclusion

In partnership with the Embassy of France in Skopje in the next six months we will implement the project “We Stand Together-Sport for Social Inclusion”, which aims to improve the community cohesion, fight social exclusion and contribute to positive social changes .The project targets all important sport actors within North Macedonia in order to improve the inclusion of youth from marginalized pockets within the society. The project will directly target youth age 12-18 improving their position in the society by working on their engagement in sport and sport activities which will contribute to their inclusion within the society and it is designed on three important pillars in order to reach the designated goals: 1.Networking and cooperation (Lyon, France) 2.Capacity building (North Macedonia) and 3.Awareness raising (North Macedonia).

Solidarity for migrants

Solidarity for migrants

Artistic activities represent an important part in dealing with humanitarian crises, as documented in several international initiatives worldwide. The project Creative and Sports Activities for the migrants in Macedonia was implemented with the aim to contribute to improving the psychosocial condition of migrants in transit centers in Macedonia. We take into account that the implementation of a physical or artistic initiative lifts the moral, prevents conflicts and unhealthy behavior in the camps and contributes to the sense of power and successfully overcomes the difficulties and the problems migrants face every day. In the project duration of five months TAKT’s team organized creative workshops with jugglers, painting, clay-works and music, as well as spots activities of moderate physical activities or sports games.


Telemark Macedonia

Telemark Macedonia

Telemark 2014

Telemark Macedonia has been organized in two skiing resorts, Mavrovo and Popova Sapka, resulting in participation of more than hundred people, with experience or little skiing experience. The aim of the project is to stress the importance of physical activities and contribute to the empowerment of women through outdoor sports activities. The project equally promotes the beauties of the Macedonian biggest skiing resorts and the attractive nature and slops they have to offer.

Telemark 2015

The successful project of Telemark Macedonia 2014 has been repeated next year, boosting the overall participation of enthusiastic skiers from the whole region. The event was complemented by debates on importance of women’s participation in sport; theoretical lectures about the telemark skiing; presentation of videos from skiing and mountaineering and other various activities. The project was supported by U.S. Department of State Global Sports Mentoring Program, Italian embassy, Municipality of Rostuse and Mavrovo, Snowevents and skiing center Zare Lazarevski.


Girl’s empowerment through sport

Girls Empowerment

“Girl’s empowerment through sport” is the new project supported by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and implemented by TAKT NGO. The project consists of various workshops on advancement of leadership skills through sport, held in high-schools across Macedonia. Two female experts from well-known Dutch NGO will be conducting the workshop on girl’s empowerment through sport, together with the students from Faculty of Physical Education, Sport and Health. This project will also feature inspirational video presenting female athletes as well as published stories with prominent Macedonian female athletes.


Move Week 2015

Move Week

Move Week 2015 is an internationally recognized sports week, which takes place in more than 200 cities in Europe and part of South America. TAKT together with Federation for recreational sports organized various sports activities in almost all Macedonian cities, with particulate enforcement on promotion of moderate physical activities for elderly people. More than 10 retiring homes and shelters for elderly took part as a sustainability resource for this project.


Girls are leaders

Girls are Leaders

“Girls are leaders” is a sport-six- months initiative to use sport-based approach and create unique opportunities to empower girls and women across Macedonia. The objective of the project is to promote role-models and empowered female athletes and through especially tailored activities to support and facilitate entrepreneurship in sport industry. This project is based on a concept that covers nation-wide engagement, through a selection of three municipalities across Macedonia. The initiative is supported by the French embassy and the French Consulate.


International Day for Sport and Development

International Day

6th of April, The International Day for sport and Development was for the first time organized in Macedonia, engaging famous athletes as role models in promoting sport for peace. Successful Campaign and on-line platform was created.


Healthy Ageing Through Sport

“Healthy Ageing Through Sport” is a project that promotes recreational sports activities for elderly people (55+). The sports activities will be run by experienced athlete and they will follow a Slovenian model of exercising. All the participants will have an opportunity to attend theoretical workshops and learn more about benefits from regular exercising. These recreational activities will be held at open spaces such as parks in the municipality of Center, Skopje. The benefits from moderate physical activities are: prevention of osteoporosis, prevention of diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, cancer and obesity, improvement of coordination and balance, mental health benefits, better sleep and advancement of well-being and vitality. This project is supported by the municipality of Center, Skopje.


MTB Race Mavrovo

“MTB Race Mavrovo” is a project for enhancing the sport activities and habits for smallest, by enhancing participation in simulative and interactive workshops which were organized as complimentary part of the Annual Bicycle Marathon taking place in Mavrovo.


United through Sport

The project “United through sport” is a ten-months initiative implemented on a national level, with aim to create a national network of 25 sport leaders from across Macedonia. The leaders who are prominent sport promotors in their communities, are guided to develop action plan on three topics such as women’s empowerment thorough sport, social inclusion of marginalized groups through sport and peacebuilding and conflict resolution through sport. In addition, a unique Sport Festival for social inclusion will be organized and tool kit for increased participation of girls in sports will be published. This project is implemented in partnership with the USA embassy.

Financial report 2018

Financial report 2018

Narrative report 2018

Annual report 2017