Special edition newsletter: ISCA celebrates 25 years, the start of new projects and another action-packed year of Moving People.

ISCA turns 25 today!

“Thank you for your contributions and involvement in ISCA”

Today we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the International Sport and Culture Association. 25 years ago, the founding members had an interest in open collaboration and sharing inspiration in recreational sport or sport for all, as it was called.

They identified the need to connect organisations from different countries and cultures, and as a result they founded ISCA. Today we are more than 250 member organisations who support the idea of uniting, sharing and collaborating.

During 2020 we will use various occasions to celebrate this anniversary. We will look back into our history and we will discuss the future of recreational sport and physical activity and, not least, our future priorities. On behalf of the Executive Committee and the Secretariat, I would like to thank you for your contributions and involvement in ISCA. Let’s continue Moving People. 

Mogens Kirkeby, ISCA President
25 years of ISCA: Watch the full video message from Mogens Kirkeby
1995 to 2020: The first official ISCA photo was taken of representatives of the founding members in front of a liberty column in Copenhagen, which symbolises the ‘right to move’ and was given to the Danish people by the King in 1788. We took the opportunity to take a picture the same place 25 years later - our staff may be different, but our goal is the same: Moving People!

Presenting the new-look ISCA Annual Report for 2019

Today is a big day for the International Sport and Culture Association (ISCA). Not only are we celebrating our 25th birthday, but we are also ready to present to you our new-look Annual Report covering all of the projects, events and moments from 2019.

Browse the full report here

25 MOVES that changed the game for ISCA and our sector

To create change you need to MOVE first, make the right MOVEs, and keep MOVING ahead. Over the past 25 years, ISCA has done just that. As ISCA turns 25 in 2020, we look back at 25 game-changing MOVEs that helped propel our organisation and the physical activity sector forward.

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Interview with EUPEA's Rose-Marie Repond on Physical Literacy for Life

Experts from different areas of the physical education sector are excited to work together to develop resources for teachers and coaches to integrate the concept of physical literacy into education and sport programmes across Europe through the Physical Literacy for Life project. Rose-Marie Repond from the European Physical Education Association (EUPEA) shares her thoughts in our latest interview.

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Interview with physical literacy expert Dean Dudley from Macquarie University

Dean Dudley from Macquarie University in Australia is one of the world’s leading experts in physical literacy, and was part of developing a framework of the concept that is now used in Australia, New Zealand and several Pacific islands. We caught up with him in Copenhagen at the Physical Literacy for Life kick-off meeting to shed light on the contrasts between physical literacy, physical education and physical activity.

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Physical literacy is a lifelong journey: New ISCA project

Project partners travelled from as far as Australia to Copenhagen to be part of the first meeting of ISCA’s new EU project Physical Literacy for Life on 5-7 February 2020. The project will explore the emerging and, as yet, relatively overlooked aspect of sport and education that spans across – and essentially beyond – traditional sectors.

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HEPAS project begins in Luxembourg

One of the world’s most innovative university campuses, the University of Luxembourg’s Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences at Esch-Belval, was the backdrop for the Healthy and Physically Active Schools in Europe (HEPAS) project kick-off meeting on 21-23 January 2020, and striking example of new urban space design.

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