ISCA Newsletter: Join us for a special webinar dedicated to inclusion, find out the first confirmed speakers for the MOVE Congress, get your school on the MOVE this European School Sport Day, and much more!

TIME Magazine Next Generation Leader Magid Magid confirmed as MOVE Congress 2021 speaker

When TIME magazine announced its 2019 TIME100 Next list of “100 emerging leaders who are shaping the future”, it featured 29-year-old Magid Magid, the youngest ever Lord Mayor of Sheffield who had fled to the UK from Somalia as a child. We can’t wait to meet Magid Magid at the MOVE Congress 2021 in Brussels, Belgium, where we’re excited to announce that he’ll be one of our keynote speakers on 18 November.

Having worked as an MEP for the Greens Party and served on the committee that responded to the migration crisis, Magid is no stranger to Brussels or the current political challenges facing our sector when it comes to being heard, recovering from the pandemic and creating a space for inclusion. He is now the Founder and Director of the Union of Justice, an NGO advocating racial and climate justice, and author of the Art of Disruption: A Manifesto for Real Change (he once “banned” Donald Trump from Sheffield!) and is the is co-chair of refugee charity City of Sanctuary Sheffield.

Magid joins eight more of our first confirmed speakers and moderators for the MOVE Congress 2021, including one of the most powerful voices today for women's rights through sport, Khalida Popal, and many more speakers are set to be confirmed as the Congress programme shapes up in the coming weeks.

More news on the full preliminary MOVE Congress programme coming soon!

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'Include Everyone!' webinar

Different people always need different approaches to become more active. In our next IRTS Network webinar Include Everyone!, on 15 September at 13:00-14:30 CEST, we'll be sharing examples of including female refugees, children, families, refugees with disabilities or special needs, LGBQTI and seniors in sport. Read more

European School Sport Day is right around the corner 

Schools are still invited to register any type of activity or event that gets kids on the MOVE for this year's European School Sport Day (ESSD) on 24 September. ISCA has worked together with the Hungarian School Sport Federation and the founding partners of the Day to update the official ESSD toolkit and many other resources available here.

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New MOVEment Spaces at Schools toolkit available

This year's European School Sport Day theme is MOVEment Spaces, inspired by ISCA's concept of active urban space design. ISCA and the Hungarian School Sport Federation have released a special toolkit celebrating this theme with basic to advanced ideas for transforming a school space into a MOVEment Space.

Download it for free here

Nagin Ravand nominated for #BeActive Local Hero Award 

“One person is able to be female, Muslim, student and footballer at the same time without having to compromise anything.” This year’s #BeActive Awards Local Hero nominee from Denmark is Nagin Ravand, a sports and social inclusion activist, and she shares her story of becoming an ambassador for change. ISCA is the European Week of Sport Coordinator for Denmark.

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ISCA Awards 2021 nominees to be announced this Friday

We are set to announce the 12 shortlisted candidates for the ISCA Awards 2021 for best practices and role models working in the field of Integration of Refugees Through Sport. There are four categories, in which four winners will be announced live at the opening of the MOVE Congress on 17 November. Pubic voting for the Role Model category will open in October.

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