ADSIS Project

This is aimed at people deprived of their liberty and was set up together with the ADSIS Foundation.


The ADSIS Project consists of a series of weekly workshops and training sessions run by Athletic Club coaches to help in the social reintegration process of people who are in prison (category 2 and 3 prisons), on probation or who have been released, but are still in the process of social reintegration.


The ADSIS Project was developed within the Bestalde Programme, which includes family counselling, a day centre, work camps and leisure activities. Since its launch in 2013, the ADSIS Project has helped the social reintegration of more than a hundred people deprived of their liberty.

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  • Promotes the social integration of persons deprived of their liberty.
  • Empowers people to escape the cycle of poverty.
  • Provides social, personal and educational skills for future integration into society and the workplace.
  • Provides opportunities to occupy leisure time rather than relapsing into delinquency.
  • Provides basic necessities in terms of food.
  • Provides opportunities for users to lead fulfilling lives.
  • Promotes physical activity and healthy habits.
  • Prevents diseases and unhealthy behaviour.
  • Improves interpersonal relationships.
  • Increases self-esteem, self-confidence, empowerment and independence.
  • Improves emotional stability, concentration, handling frustration and taking responsibility.
  • Promotes self-improvement, motivation and resilience.
  • Equips users with skills that match the demands of the labour market.
  • Makes it possible for people who are vulnerable to social exclusion to acquire the necessary skills (educational, technical and vocational competences) to access employment, decent work and entrepreneurship.
  • Ensures that there are equal conditions for personal development, social integration and productive employment.
  • Ensures the equal right to sport and participatory leisure.
  • Promotes the participation of all groups in society.
  • Provides opportunities for people deprived of their liberty to take part in sporting activities and competitions.
  • Promotes social development and improves perceptions and stigmas associated with people who have been or are deprived of their liberty.
  • It raises the visibility and awareness of their situation in society, thereby reducing discrimination.
  • Promotes social inclusion, equality, tolerance and teamwork.
  • Provides opportunities and tools for people at risk of social exclusion.
  • Raises awareness of the need for equal social integration and the importance of building peaceful, fair societies.