The project's main goal is to prevent and combat bullying, discrimination, and intolerance in team sports.
BULLDOG project addresses the European Commission's priority in the Sports field related to prevention, education and development of innovative approaches to combat violence and tackle racism, discrimination and intolerance in sport. The project was funded by ERASMUS+ SPORT and implemented by six institutions from six European countries (RO, EL, IT, PT, SK, IE). BULLDOG's main goal was to prevent and combat bullying, harassment, discrimination and intolerance in football and other team sports.
BULLDOG's main goal is to prevent and combat bullying, harassment, discrimination and intolerance in football and other team sports for young adolescents (9-17 years old) by developing a big, innovative, anti-bullying game (the BULLDOG game) using both modern technology and anti-bullying activities in sports grounds. The BULLDOG project involved the active participation of a very large number (444) of athletes, teachers and coaches for the development of its innovative intellectual outputs.
The BULLDOG partnership developed a needs analysis report, a quality report and a promo website, proceeding afterward to the development of its intellectual outputs: mobile APPs, Moodle platform and anti-bullying activities. After completing the BULLDOG products, the partners have proceeded to the pilot application of the project's products to a large number (165) of athletes, teachers and coaches using material evaluation forms either printed or online. A report was developed using the results.
1) Six APPs in six language versions for Android and IOS smartphones including an assessment test and 360 videos (60 videos per version). 2) A Moodle platform including 30 modules for teachers/coaches and parents, containing180 videos (30 videos per version) for the case studies, 30 videos for the Practical tips section and 180 audios (30 for each language version) for people with difficulty in reading.3) 30 anti-bullying activities including guidelines and teachers' materials (in 6 versions).