Terrains d'Avenir is a program run by six organizations working for inclusion through sport: Emmaüs Solidarité, Futbol Mas France, Kabubu, Ovale Citoyen, PLAY International, and Taekwondo Humanitarian Foundation. Implemented since February 2022, the project has a dual objective: to enable sustainable access to sport for displaced young people in Ile-de-France, whatever their communities of belonging or gender, so that they can benefit from its multiple benefits; to enable the adoption of sport as a tool to support the services of displaced young people by the key players who accompany them or are likely to accompany them. This program is supported by the Ministry of Sports and the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, as well as the Olympic Refugee Foundation.
The consortium, formed at the end of 2021, is composed of associations, NGOs and a foundation, all of French and Swiss origin. They are Emmaüs Solidarité, Futbol Mas France, Kabubu, PLAY International, Ovale Citoyen, Taekwondo Humanitarian Foundation. Each organization works individually in the field of sport and the inclusion of vulnerable groups through sport, and jointly runs the Terrains d'Avenir project.
5120 participants in the activities organized
1915 displaced young people aged between 10 and 24 benefited from the program
58 social workers trained