Special edition newsletter: Join us in Budapest in 2019 for the ninth MOVE Congress!

BREAKING NEWS: Budapest to host MOVE Congress in October 2019

Together with our Hungarian partner the National School, University and Leisure Sport Federation, we are pleased to reveal today that Budapest will host the ninth MOVE Congress from 16-18 October 2019. 

The MOVE Congress is one of the world’s only conferences dedicated to recreational sport and physical activity. Next year’s event is expected to be the biggest yet, offering unmatched opportunities for 500 participants spanning six continents and sectors including health, sport, education, international relations and urban planning to meet and discover new ways of working together on physical activity promotion.

Registration will open in March 2019, and the first keynote speakers will be revealed in January. The conference will be held at the Budapest Congress Centre.

Read the full story on the MOVE Congress website
 

MOVEment Spaces webinar now available on-demand

The very first ISCA webinar on MOVEment Spaces was streamed on Monday live from Nordhavn in Copenhagen, a new development where architects, city planners and grassroots sport associations including ISCA member DGI have collaborated on opening up existing spaces for physical activity and delivering activities, such as Copenhagen Runners High, so the public can use them.

Watch the full broadcast


Seven Grassroots Sport Diplomacy pilots selected

ISCA and the partners of the EU-supported Grassroots Sport Diplomacy project have selected seven selected pilot actions to start a 10-month experimentation of a small scale Grassroots Sport Diplomacy activity. Each of the selected organisations’ initiatives will receive €5000 in support to implement their activities, as well as support from the project partners in planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating their activities.

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MOVEment Spaces Awards to be presented next week

Next Friday at the Moving People - Moving Europe conference for ISCA project partners, the first ISCA Awards will be presented. Three of these awards (pictured above and below), which recognise partnerships that have transformed urban spaces into active spaces, were selected by a panel of experts, while the People’s Choice Award was selected by the voting public. The Awards ceremony will be streamed live on the ISCA Facebook page from 17:15 CET.

The winners share their thoughts about their awards

Creating Moving People - building blocks and angles  

"I have the opportunity to give presentations about sport participation in a variety of international and national contexts. All situations are different but one illustration is useful when trying to frame the common challenge. In settings where the aim is to promote physical activity and recreational sport – even though the cultural, political, social and economic situations may be different – we all have the same ‘building blocks’ at hand and some angles of attack."

Read the full comment by ISCA President Mogens Kirkeby 
Pictured below: Flashback Friday with the MOVE Congress in Birmingham, 2017
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