Founded in January 1964, LASEP promotes sport in schools and offers training to teachers and leaders. Every year, LASEP organises many festivals and sporting events in which children from across the country have the opportunity to come together and play sport in a spirit of fair play and camaraderie.
LASEP also organises training sessions for over 5,400 members working in around fifty sports associations.
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The first boy scout troop Les Eclaireurs de l'Athénée, was founded in 1914. This group later joined the FNEL, the National Federation of Luxembourg Scouts. There are 2,500 active members, girls and boys aged from 6 to 26, in the 27 local groups, assisted by 400 volunteers.
The FNEL is a secular scouting movement. It teaches moral and ethical values based on freedom of thought and mutual tolerance. It aims to instil values of solidarity, tolerance and democracy in young people.
This stamp shows the villa in Capellen, which serves as the Ligue HMC's headquarters. The design was created by people attending the Daycare Centre and their teachers.
This Ligue HMC service is for those with severe learning disabilities. Creative and hands-on activities are an important work tool.
Ligue HMC's services and facilities are adapted to the needs and abilities of people with disabilities and are tailored to support the development of independence for the people concerned.
Ligue HMC also works to defend the rights of people with disabilities.