Special edition newsletter: In this special edition ISCA newsletter you will find opportunities to volunteer at ISCA, a new funding competition for sports tech start-ups, news from Erasmus+ Sport and the EU Commission, and more!

Meet these game-changers (and many more!) at the MOVE Congress

The 9th MOVE Congress is just around the corner and from 16-18 October we will gather with our members, partners and guest speakers from around the world for 3 active days of networking. Tickets are still available - but hurry, registration closes soon!

Register here (ISCA members please email us for your special discount code)

In our day-to-day work in our associations, federations or regular workplaces it’s not often we get a chance to rub shoulders with TV stars, decision-makers from the World Health Organisation, UNESCO, the EU Sport Unit, successful campaign managers, former athletes, fitness gurus and TEDx speakers. But at conferences, anything is possible! That’s why we are gathering the most high-profile speakers for our MOVE Congress 2019 programme.

Who can you meet in Budapest this October? 
Pictured clockwise above: Magnús Scheving (LazyTown star Sportacus), Darryl Edwards (TEDx speaker 'Why Working Out Isn't Working Out'), Markos Aristides Kern (Sport-Tech Innovator) and Kate Dale (Lead of This Girl Can Campaign).

Read more about our speakers here
Some of the ISCA team experienced a Runner's High on Open Streets Day, running up the 75-metre Maersk Tower in DGI Copenhagen's event. Read more

ISCA calls for European Solidarity Corps volunteers 

ISCA is looking for three volunteers to join the team in the Copenhagen office for a period of 12 months starting 1 March 2020. If you are interested in this opportunity, please send your CV and cover letter outlining your interest in the position (indicating your motivation and key competences) latest by 31 October 2019, 23:59 CEST to Hilal Erkoca he@isca-web.org with the subject line “ESC 2020-2021.”

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DGI Impact offers up to €67,000 in grants to start-ups

If you have an innovation that can encourage more Danes to live a physically active lifestyle, DGI Impact invites you to enter its start-up competition for sports tech innovators. The best start-ups will receive access to six months of close collaboration with ISCA member DGI, from €13,400 to €67,000 in funding, mentoring from professionals and exposure through DGI’s media channels.

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ISCA open letter to new EU Commisioner-Designate

As the new structure of the European Commission 2019-2024 was revealed earlier this month, Sport looks to be under the responsibility of the new Commissioner for Innovation and Youth, Mariya Gabriel from Bulgaria. ISCA Secretary General offers three free ideas to keep moving the sport and physical activity agenda forward over the next five years.

Read the full letter here


Physical Literacy for Life project awarded Erasmus+ Sport grant

The first Erasmus+ Sport 2019 application results are in, and ISCA and our partners were awarded a Collaborative Partnership grant for a brand new project Physical Literacy for Life. The project partners include EUPEA, ISCA members DGI, UBAE, SUS and BG Be Active, plus the Univerities of Lisbon and Strasbourg, the International Physical Literacy Association, Steno Health Promotion Research, and Macquarie University in Australia. The project will begin at the start of 2020. Expect the full results to be published here soon.

European Week of Sport 2019 under way in Denmark 

On 23 September, the 5th anniversary edition of the European Week of Sport (EWOS) kicked off in Denmark with another action-pakced event at UN City in Copenhagen. The International Sport and Culture Association is the Danish National Coordinating Body for EWOS. With over 300 #BeActive events organised in over 100 locations across Denmark this edition of EWOS is the largest scale so far.

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Open Streets Day activates over 100 cities in its first edition

In the run-up to the first Open Streets Day, the ISCA team invited the public to contemplate – if you had the streets to yourself for a day, what would you do? On the days surrounding 22 September, their answers came in the form of 172 events in 104 cities worldwide. While no two events were identical, they all shared a common message: public urban space can and should be used for physical activity, socialising and fun. 

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