MIL OSI Translation. Region: Germany / Deutschland –
Source: DOSB The German Sports Youth (dsj) has developed a basis for discussion for a step-by-step approach to dealing with children’s and youth sports during the corona pandemic.
The representatives of children’s and youth sports in Germany continue to observe the development of the corona pandemic with great concern. All non-profit, organized sport expressly understands joint sporting activities not as part of the problem, but as part of the solution to combating pandemics and is aware of its responsibility in this regard. Against this background, the German Youth Sport (dsj) has together with its member organizations – the 16 regional sports youth as well as the 53 youth organizations of the central associations and the 10 associations with special tasks – a discussion basis for a step-by-step approach to dealing with children and youth sports during the corona pandemic was developed in order to take into account the needs of children and young people of different ages. “With our four-step plan, we have made a concrete proposal to the political decision-makers to enable uniform and forward-looking regulations for children and youth sports in the club. Our most important goal is to enable differentiated sports for children and adolescents, even in the event of permanent or renewed contact restrictions, “says Michael Leyendecker, 1st chairman of the dsj. Joint position paper on children’s and youth sports during the Corona- Pandemic (PDF) Four-step plan for children’s and youth sports (PDF) (Source: dsj)
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