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implementation
of
EADIn
in
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organizational
 structures
of
the
partner
organizations
 The
EADIn
project
will
be
implemented
within
the
structures
of
the
partner
organizations.
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 FACTS
 Name
of
Partner
Organization:
Slovenian
anti‐doping
organization
 Date:
18.11.2011
 Length
of
intervention:
1,5
hour
 Location:
Nova
Gorica
high
school,
Nova
Gorica
 Number
of
participants:
67
 Target
group/
addressees:
high
school
athletes
 Trainers/
staff/
Anti‐Doping
Junior
Ambassadors
that
were
involved:

Nina
Makuc,
Luka
 Pirec,
Jan
Družina,
Tjaša
Logar,
Sebastian
Bauman
 
 REPORT
ABOUT
THE
IMPLEMENTATION
 What
was
the
aim?
 Our
 main
 goal
 was
 to
 inform
 high
 school
 athletes
 about
 the
 problem
 of
 doping
 in
 professional
sport.
 What
content
was
conveyed?
 After
 presenting
 the
 case
 of
 Andreas‐Heidi
 Krieger
 and
 doping
 in
 East
 Germany
 between
 1970
 and
 1990
 (especially
 healt
 concequences
 of
 East
 German
 athletes),
 we
 gave
 some
 general
information
on
doping
(the
presentation
of
WADA,
SLOADO,
“What
is
doping?”,
TUE,
 athletes...)
to
the
athletes.
We
also
showed
them
a
video
about
doping
control
process
and
 they
could
looked
at
the
equpment
for
sample
collection.
 In
the
second
part,
we
used
the
concept
of
workshops,
with
which
we
wanted
to
make
young
 athletes
openly
discuss
about
the
use
of
drugs
in
sport.
We
divided
people
into
4
groups,
each
 group
 got
 different
 doping
 or
 anti‐doping
 problem.
Inside
 each
 group
 we
 divided
 athletes



into
two
groups,
one
group
was
for
doping
and
anotrher
one
was
against
doping.
Each
group
 had
15
minutes
to
talk
about
the
task
and
to
give
clear
answers
and
explanations.
After
the
 discussion
each
group
presented
their
conclusions
to
everybody.
Ambassadors
were
there
to
 guide,
support
and
maybe
help
to
point
them
in
the
right
direction
to
get
the
general
view
on
 the
 given
 issue.
After
 each
 presentation
 we
 had
 time
 to
 answer
 the
 questions
 that
 might
 have
popped
up.
 At
the
end
of
workshops
athletes
had
a
chance
to
sign
a
public
promise,
that
they
will
act
in
 accordanse
 to
 the
 World
 Anti‐Doping
 Code
 and
 that
 they
 will
 not
 use
 any
 prohibited
 substances
or
methods
in
their
sport
career.

 Which
methodologies
were
used?
 Presentation
and
workshops
 What
were
the
impressions
of
the
staff/
trainers/
ADJA?(for
eg:
how
did
the
addressees
 react
to
the
given
information,
was
it
easy
to
convey
the
information,
were
there
 discussions…):
 In
 our
 opinion
 and
 the
 opinion
 of
 teachers
 the
 lecture
 was
 very
 interesting.
 It
 has
 been
 noticed
that
most
of
athletes
do
not
have
a
lot
of
knowledge
about
the
problem
of
doping,
 but
we
could
see
that
they
have
shown
some
interest
and
cooperation
to
find
out
new
things.
 During
 the
 workshops
 most
 of
 them
 were
 talking
 and
 exchanging
 their
 views,
 except
 one
 group
of
athletes
didn’t
wont
to
cooperate.

 What
were
the
results?
 We
believe
that
most
of
the
participants
will
think
about
dangers
of
doping
in
the
future
and
 consider
the
consequences
in
a
different
way
than
they
did
before
our
lecture.
 Did
you
reach
the
desired
outcome?
How?
Why?
 We
think
that
the
responses
of
the
participants
were
good,
because
they
have
learned
a
lot
 new
 things.
We
 can
 say
 that
 our
 goal
 was
 more
 than
 successfully
 achieved.
 A
 few
 athletes
 didn’t
cooperate
at
all,
but
we
tried
our
best
to
include
them
in
our
lecture
and
workshops.
 What
were
the
challenges
in
implementing
EADIn
in
your
own
structure?
 No.
 What
would
you
do
differently
next
time?



We
will
try
with
some
new
workshops,
just
to
see
the
reaction
from
the
athletes.
Since
this
 was
 a
 high
 school
 project
 we
 are
 aware,
 that
 some
 athletes
 are
 more
 difficult
 than
 the
 others,
but
we
will
keep
up
doing
our
good
work.




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