Cooperation in child and youth work in the sport Bochum/Frankfurt am Main, September 1, 2010 – the German sports youth (dsj) supported the German sports badge. The largest joint project of German sports clubs offers a free member and Club card and one with sportausweis.de information and communication portal, in which for the first time all information from organized sports are collected centrally and all sports associations, clubs, as well as sportsmen and athletes together – come. Sports play a continued role in the children’s and youth work. Hardly an other pastime is better suited to bringing young people together and teach them important social skills. At the same time, sport plays a valuable role in the development of an adolescent and therefore also for health care. The German sports youth, developed with the active participation of young people for the children and youth sport and its 79 Member organisations, innovative environment will in the future also the offers of the German Sports card use for their work.
With the German sports badge, we can not only our educational offerings on many topics, but also interesting projects such as for example the Internet portal sport-Jugendreisen.de”efficiently to Board members, training managers and trainers as well as young sportsmen and sportswomen to communicate”, says Ingo Weiss, Chairman of the dsj. We think that the binding on the Association and the sport can increase the nationwide uniform identification and the common sports portal at sportausweis.de for young people”, more so white. That was respected in the design of the sports portal not only privacy, but also on the protection of minors, convinced the dsj: young people under 14 years of age have their own, closed area, your personal data are not available for adults and two-way communication with adults is only possible after invitation by the youth. Many offers of the dsj are soon also directly under for Sports card holders are available. In addition to information and events for club directors and practice leaders and young sportsmen and sportswomen in the find dsj many suggestions: ranging from international exchanges information about the voluntary commitment to support in the search for a volunteer social offering year or civil service position in the sport. The German sports youth represents the interests of over 9.5 million children, adolescents and young people who are organized in the 79 Member organizations and about 91,000 sports clubs in Germany. Is dsj not only the largest free support of children and youth services in the Federal Republic of Germany, but also the largest youth organization in Europe. The dsj designed comprehensive listings for the children’s and youth work in sports with its member organizations in the entire Federal territory. The focus on the personal development of young people: promoting autonomous action, the social responsibility of the social engagement, the ability to integrate and of intercultural learning.