ISCA Special Edition Newsletter: As our webinar season continues, we invite you to learn more about organising running events in pandemic times, the latest Erasmus+ Sport programme, physical literacy and inclusion through sport...

Tomorrow: European Mile webinar with UK power-fundraiser Derby County Community Trust

Join us tomorrow 14 April at 16:00 CEST to gain valuable insights into organising and funding mass participation running events - and adjusting your events at uncertain times.

As we build up to ISCA's newest international event, the European Mile, we'll speak to Emma Pilgrim, Fundraising and Events Manager Derby County Community Trust, about everything from funding and donations to logistics and impact measurement.

The Derby 10K event is the largest mass participation running event in Derby City, attracts over 5000 entrants and raises thousands of pounds for local charities.

Sign up for the webinar here
Find out more about the European Mile

This Friday: Erasmus+ Sport webinar for ISCA members

We welcome ISCA members to join us on Friday 16 April at 15:00 CEST for an interactive webinar on Erasmus+ Sport 2021 fundraising opportunities and the upcoming 20 May application deadline. Learn more about the new programme and the Pilot and Preparatory Actions, and use the opportunity to pitch your project idea to other participants to find potential partners. 

Sign up for the webinar here
Contact Laura-Maria Tiidla for more info

22 April: 'Physical Literacy, Health and Wellbeing' webinar

Discover how Physical Literacy, Health and Wellbeing are connected in our next Physical Literacy for Life project webinar on 22 April at 12:00 CEST (10:00 GMT), featuring the "mother of physical literacy", Margaret Whitehead, and other experts in the field. The webinar is hosted by the Danish Physical Literacy Network.

Read more and register here


12 May: 'Never stop learning!' virtual networking webinar

Save the date for the next in our Integration of Refugees Through Sport Virtual Networking webinar series, 'Never Stop Learning!' on Wednesday 12 May at 15:00 CEST. In this webinar, we'll share good practices and advice on how to implement training for staff, trainers and refugees, and which tools to use.

Read more and get a recap of our first webinar in this series.

Online consultation on sport for development standards

The CHANGE project partners are inviting people working in sport for development to an open online consultation to help shape training and education for practitioners in this field. The 11-question survey aims to gather feedback on occupational standards for sport for development staff that the partners have drafted in the project.

Read more and have your say
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