During the project two of our UK participants Joe and Wanipa recorded an interview for BBC York radio.
O Dia, a a major daily newspaper in Rio de Janeiro, mentionned in their sunday paper. The average circulation of this newspaper is 300.000 copies. Let’s say that it gave a large visibility to our project in Brazil!
This morning, British participants hit the media to promote Olympic Legacy and the book donation. The article has been published in The Press, York’s local newspaper.
This week, our british group was all around the media to promote Olympic Legacy and the Youth Exchange in Rio. BBC York Radio: York Press
British participants Joe and Alice have been interviewed by Steve Twynham on Vale Radio to share information about the Olympic Legacy project and their effort to raise money. Here is the radio interview:
British participants wrote a press release about Olympic Legacy to prepare a radio show: Olympic Legacy Project Ten lucky students from Manor CE Academy, York will be representing the UK and heading out to Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 to take part in an Olympic Legacy Project organised by ‘Everything is Possible’. The party from the UK will be …
—— PRESS RELEASE —— As the countdown to the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games is now a year to go, 3 international youth organisations came with the idea to build on the Olympic Legacy and convince institutions about the power of using sport as a methodology for non-formal education. As part of this project 30 young people from Europe and Brazil …