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Newsletter 1

The first newsletter of the TETRIS Project has just been released! 

In the newsletter read more about:

  • The first project result (PR1) that has been completed, focusing on the collection of prominent practices at both national and international level and the development of recommendations on how to combat GBV in the domain of physical education. The national and transnational reports can be retrieved from: Project Results – Tetris (
  • The first Multiplier Event that took place in Trikala, Greece, on the 30rd of November 2022, during which “good practices” were demonstrated, future challenges and potential utilization of acquired data and practical experience were discussed.
Newsletter 2

The second newsletter of the TETRIS Project has just been released!

In the newsletter read more about:

  • TETRIS presentation in occasion of the World Day Against Gender Violence, and Italian TV CHANNEL (by LCU/SYDIC)
  • The TETRIS 2nd Project Result which is dedicated to the development of useful methodological guidelines, tools and instructions that aim at preparing the future Physical Education (PE) teachers for effectively preventing and responding to incidents of Gender-Based Violence (GBV) in the sport sectors.
  • The registration of new Manifestations of Interest (MOIs) that allowed us to include the BSAF – Bulgarian Sport for all federation – MSP Italia and Atletico Lodigiani to the project network.
  • The forthcoming 2nd Transnational Project Meeting that will take place in Nicosia, Cyprus, between the 22nd and 23rd of June 2023, organized by the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-CY).


Newsletter 3

The TETRIS project aims to prepare the next
generation of PE teachers to address
gender-based violence (GBV) within and
outside the school environment.

The core of the project is the on-line Course,
meticulously designed to empower the
education of teachers, trainers and students in
the sports sector. The course, available in an
online platform at the following link:, offers six
modules, each focusing on crucial aspects of
GBV prevention: