Several members of ETSGA organizations along with other TSG enthusiastic colleagues participated in Le Colloque International Pratiques esportives traditionnelles et turisme cultural durable. Tamanrasset, Algeria, 7-12 January 2019. organized by the Association Sauver l’IMZAD chaired by Farida Sellal.
The colloquium dealt with the following topics: description and analysis of traditional sports games; cultural context of the JDT; Games, sports and identity challenges; contributions of the JDT to sustainable tourism.Read more
by Biel Pubill Soler in Festivales
It will take place on the island of Mallorca on 27 and 28 October 2018.
Organized by the Balearic Federation of Tir de Fona (member of the European Association of Traditional Sports and Games).
To participate or receive more information contact Pep Ribas through this email: email@example.com (Tel 0034-607-800439).
This weekend the first International skittles of Six Championship was organized in Reus, organized by the Coordinadora Intercomarcal de Bitlles / Birles, member of AEJeST.Read more
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BRIDGE Erasmus+ Project: Promotion of Sport and Traditional European Play: a bridge for intercultural dialogue
The AEJeST has also had an important participation in the Tocatì festival programme by presenting the BRIDGE project: Promotion of European Traditional Sport and Play: a bridge for intercultural dialogue.Read more
In this new edition of TOCATÌ (Festival Internazionale dei Giochi in Strada) 137 activities have been programmed, including games, conferences, meetings, project exhibitions, laboratories… On this occasion the guests of honour were the games organisations of the South of France with the “quilles au maillet”, the tambourine game, the Basque rural games, petanque, etc.Read more
Every year, several member federations of the FILC (International Federation of Celtic Wrestling) collaborate on the occasion of their tournaments of the summer season. Groups of wrestlers move to other countries and compete in local style of wrestling. In addition to the sporting side where they discover another style of wrestling, it is also a training to become future leaders of clubs or to the federation. Young people participate in local life, discover a new culture and do some tourism. These exchanges therefore offer a project that is more than just sport.Read more
Members Ad Hoc Advisory Committee UNESCO TSG Advisory Committee. From left to right: Mr Shami Rana Rapporteur; Mr Khalil Ahmed Khan, Chairperson; Mr Wolfang Bauman; Mr Marcellin Dally, TSG Coordinator, Division of Youth, Ethics and Sports, UNESCO Social and Human Sciences Sector; Mr Ezzedine Bouzid; Mr Pere Lavega.Read more
F.E.N.T. Valle d’Aosta, Italy and Istarski Pljočkarski Savez, Istra Croatia
Guido Theodule and Milivoj Pacenti 12th August, 2018
In Brissogne (Valle d’Aosta, Italy) the second meeting of the national teams was held in “palet”. With the participation of national teams from Italy, Croatia and Slovenia. All teams are made up of eight players. Competition in three categories: single game, pairs and trios. After interesting matches Italy won with two victories, Croatia was second with only one victory and the third place was awarded to the Slovenian team.
The event showed that there is a great desire among players of traditional games for competitions between them.
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The Bolo Vaqueiro Association will organize in April 2019 the international congress coinciding with its 20th anniversary
The Bolo Vaqueiro Association, chaired by the Francisco Álvarez Cadenas Cangués, will be responsible for organizing the international meeting of traditional sport in Cangas del Narcea at the beginning of April 2019. The group made the proposal at the last general assembly of the European Association of Traditional Games and Sports, (AEJDT), held in Flanders (Belgium), and was unanimously endorsed.
Francisco Álvarez Cadenas explained that his proposal to host the AEJDT’s council will consist of sports, cultural and scientific activities, as well as a congress. He also stressed that in the region the bowling game is closely linked to the culture and landscape of the area.
The ERASMUS + project TRADWOC finished in the month of June. This project had for objective to create transregional networks in order to saveguard and promote traditional wrestling styles as elements of the intangible heritage of Europe.
More informations on: https://www.associazionegiochiantichi.it/cosa-facciamo/progetti-europei/tradwoc
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Tradwoc/
A book has been published for the project. This book gives descriptions of the differents steps of the project in South-East Europe and also remind the distincts problematics of the traditional sports and games in 2018.
Book (PDF) PDF Book TRADWOC project – 2018Read more