“It’s not enough to stare up the steps, we must step up the stairs”*

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Today, it is unimaginable to envision a high building without an elevator. Climbing up to the umpteenth floor without one is considered an extreme exercise, and there are only a few stair enthusiasts who would be up for that kind of challenge. The downside is that having elevators and escalators in most modern buildings has […]

“I nominate… NED!”

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With just over one week to go until No Elevators Day 2017, the International Sports and Culture Association (ISCA) team is launching a new social media challenge in honour of the day – “I nominate… NED!” It doesn’t take much to become a No Elevators Day (NED) ambassador. You only need a functioning elevator that […]

No Elevators Day 2017: Get Prepared Now!

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With only two weeks to go, it is already time to start preparing your No Elevators Day (NED) stunt in your school, work, public space. You can easily take the lead and choose the stairs and use one of our toolkits. Upgrade your everyday environment and make it stair-friendly by using one of the following packages: […]

Now we take the stairs: celebrate the No Elevators Day!

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On the 26 April 2017, everyone is invited to join the pan-European movement and ditch the elevators and escalators for at least one day. No Elevators Day is a perfect opportunity to promote active lifestyle and healthy attitude. Join our movement in Facebook and Thunderclap! See, how to prepare for the NED2017 here.

Why I wrote a book about women in sport

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This year, the International Sport and Culture Association (ISCA) is putting the “sportlight” on active women. As well as working on two EU projects dedicated to women in sport (StreetGames’ expansion of its Us Girls programme in Europe and the Alice Milliat Foundation’s European Network for the Promotion of Women’s Sport), we are featuring women […]

5 easy things you can do to stay ACTIVE during the HOLIDAY season

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Santa uses a sleigh with reindeer to move around the globe in only 24 hours. If that was some kind of Olympic sport, he would end up with several medals around his neck for sure. But for us non-fairytale specimens, we can only move using only our own body’s strength, so the holiday season is […]

Active Future Programme – Week 8 – The Graduation

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From shaneodonnellblog Last week I was in Sao Paulo, Brazil at Seminario Internacional MOVE Brasil, presenting the Active Future Programme to those in attendance. The conference was an amazing opportunity to meet some Latin American Youth on the MOVE participants and share ideas on how to continue to grow the MOVEment. To talk with and see how […]

It was time to celebrate Human Rights Day! But why do human rights matter to sport and physical activity?

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By Alessandra Texeira   Human Rights Day is celebrated annually across the world on 10 December. The date was chosen to honour the United Nations General Assembly’s adoption and proclamation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), on 10 December, 1958. The UDHR was the first global enunciation of human rights and one of the […]

Forget the fear, take a step and find your MOVE

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By Eva Ribridova For more than 10 years I have been working as a volunteer for ISCA member the Czech Sokol Organisation, in a small unit called Sokol Branik I in Prague. I am a sport for all trainer and I work with children aged between 5 and 14 years. My aim is to find […]

Active Future Programme – Week 7 -Dodgeball, Sexual Health & Step Plans

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Extract from shaneodonnellblog It was the penultimate week here at the Active Future Programme and the Sports Science students delivered two excellent sessions as always. This week (5th December) I fly out Brazil to present at Seminario MOVE. I was invited to this conference to give an overview of the Active Future Programme and my experience […]