Dear young people,

We are proud to present project results of Erasmus + project “Taekwondo for everyone 2”.
Taekwondo for everyone 2 is Erasmus + KA 1 project funded by European Union.
Project coordinator is Taekwondo klub Maksimir from Croatia while partners are WalkTogether from Bulgaria, Babilon Travel from Romania and Istituto Sordi Torino from Italy.

Dates of the project were 26.06. – 04.07.2021. in Zagreb, Croatia

Main source is a FB page made by participants where they have put all their project results and shared it from there: Taekwondo for everyone 2
Please check out this page and be free to share it and it’s content and invite your friends to follow it.

Please find here official photo album from the project

And best part is participants power video where they have presented main idea of the project: Taekwondo for everyone 2 – Power video.

Reason for doing this project is, first of all, the integration of people with disabilities into society and giving them the opportunity to learn the tools and set of skills that will help develop both their physical and social skills. They do all of that in a safe, supporting and friendly, but new, fun and exciting international environment.

Project ˝Taekwondo for everyone 2’’ objectives are;
– To empower participants with disabilities and/or fewer opportunities and help them to see themselves as powerful and important members of community
– To raise awareness among our target audience about the importance of integration of people with special needs into society
– To improve the level of key competences and skills of participants; ability to pursue and persist in different kinds of learning, to identify available opportunities for their personal growth and well-being and to be able to optimally use given opportunities for their own development
– To raise awareness about taekwondo as the exercise/martial arts training that improves balance, flexibility, stamina, strength and posture, muscle tone and appearance not only for healthy people, but also for people with disabilities.