University to showcase ActiveGames4Change programme

University of Gloucestershire will host the ActiveGames4Change UK National Seminar to provide anyone involved in youth justice with an insight into plans to implement the ambitious programme across Europe.

ActiveGames4Change, which involves staff from the University’s School of Sport and Exercise and School of Education and Humanities, is a three-year EU funded project that aims to develop social, emotional and civic competencies in young people who are in custodial or other youth justice settings. 

Experts from the two Schools designed and delivered fun, active and engaging games that develop individuals’ coping mechanisms, including anger management, teamwork, and becoming more aware of the outcomes of their potential actions. Please visit the University website to find out more.

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