ISCA newsletter: Be one of the first Extreme Early Birds to secure a MOVE Congress 2019 seat, be part of the 5th No Elevators Day this April, catch up on an action-packed year in our annual report, and much more!

MOVE Congress Extreme Early Bird registration opens in March

The MOVE Congress from 16-18 October 2019 in Budapest, Hungary, will showcase people, trends and technologies that are changing the game for the grassroots sport and physical activity sector. 

So with this cross-cutting theme in mind, it’s now our MOVE to change the game when we open the MOVE Congress registration and announce the first confirmed speakers on 4 March.

That’s why, for a limited time, ISCA is offering an Extreme Early Bird rate of €150, which includes access to all tracks plus the opening and closing events. Be one of the first 50 people to book your seat for the MOVE Congress 2019 to secure the lowest rate. The offer will be valid from 4-25 March 2019.

Find out more about the MOVE Congress 2019


2018 Annual Report now online

ISCA's Annual Report for 2018 is now available and is a bumper edition with 40 pages featuring the projects, campaigns and advocacy efforts that made the year an impactful one for ISCA, our members and partners. The report does not only look back, but also ahead with a preview of what's in store for 2019.

Read the report here


Step up on No Elevators Day

Wednesday 24 April 2019 will mark the 5th edition of No Elevators Day. Be parts of this free global initiative and step up for the cause of movement! No Elevators Day highlights a simple way for busy people to add physical activity to their day: take the stairs instead of the elevators or escalators. There are many ways to show your support.

Join the No Elevators Day Facebook event

MOVE Beyond project starts four new partnerships

This month, ISCA and our project partners from 5 countries have started a brand new project that will “MOVE Beyond” the practical research done in our Integration of Refugees through Sport projects to testing initiatives in different European countries. MOVE Beyond is a two-year project supported by the EU’s Erasmus+ Sport Collaborative Partnerships.

Read more

Nordic walking a surprise hit in sunny Barcelona

The Mediterranean streets of the Catalan capital would not be the first place that came to mind when someone begins to talk about Nordic walking. However, thanks to an initiative born out of the MOVEment Spaces project’s local experimentations, this low-impact, healthy way of being active (created in the heart of Finland) has been transferred seamlessly to Spain!
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