In 2013, Roberto Solinas, the President of MVNGO entered the prestigious advisory board of the Think Tank Spolint.
The advisory board is a platform of Sport public experts composed by:
- prof. Ivan Anastasovski, PhD, Macedonia
- Mariann Bardocz-Bencsik, Hungary
- Marko Begovic, Montenegro
- prof. George Chiladze, DDDr., Georgia
- Mihajlo Delić, Serbia
- prof. Ignaas Devisch, PhD, Belgium
- Christian Hinterbeger, Austria
- Julian Jappert, France
- Simon Ličen, PhD, Slovenia
- prof. Sigmund Loland, PhD, Norway
- prof. Irena Martinkova, PhD, Czech
- prof. Jim Parry, PhD, UK
- prof. Simona Petracovschi , PhD, Romania
- Stevo Popovic, PhD, Montenegro
- Carole Ponchon, Belgium
- Dean Micheal Ravizza, PhD, USA
- Roberto Solinas, Italy
- prof. Ricardo Uvinha, PhD, Brasil
MVNGO entered officially the ISCA (International Sport and Culture Association)
The President of Mine Vaganti NGO and Head of MVNGO’s Sport Branch Dr. Roberto Solinas, expert in the fields of Sport, Sport Management and Education Through Sport with a considerable record of implemented Sport projects and initiatives at the local, European and International levels, forms part of the pool of experts of the international Sport think-thank Spolint.
At the organizational level, MVNGO was the coordinator of one of the 10 project proposals in the frame of the Call “Supporting Competitive and Sustainable Growth in the Tourism Sector” (Code COS-TOUR-2015-3-04-1) in the European Union programme COSME. The project, titled “Forever Young” aimed at promoting sustainable tourism offer in European peripheral regions through developing a specific tourism offer targeted at “Senior” tourism customers (tourists aged 18+). Forever Young was implemented between April 2016 and September 2017 by a Consortium of 9 organizations from 7 European countries coordinated by MVNGO.
MVNGO’s successful Erasmus Plus Capacity Building Youth project “Inclusion Through Sport” and the latter’s Final Conference in Kenya (held in Nairobi, July 4-11 2017) were presented as international Sport best practices in the context of the international Final Conference of the Erasmus Plus Sport Collaborative Partnership project “European Everyday of Sport” (EES) implemented in Sofia (Bulgaria) in September 2017.