“They say when I’m on the bike I’m like the Bionic Woman!”

How being active gave Aysel Atas the super-power to battle on.   For Aysel Atas, the Journey of Hope represents a lifelong journey that has seen her move from Turkey to the Netherlands as a child, be married by the time she was 16 and battle breast cancer at the age of 36. Aysel believes that being active […]

Walking football is growing!

By Antonio Saccone, MOVE Week National Coordinator for Slovenia In the frame of the Football Against Racism Action Weeks, SD Partizan Skofja Loka organised the first demonstration of “walking football” in Slovenia. The event took place on 17 September in Skofja Loka, a beautiful medieval town 25km from Ljubljana. The local daily centre and the Municipality were partners […]

MOVE Quality 2015/2016 application deadline extended

If you’re running a grassroots sport initiative for hard-to-reach populations in Europe and want to improve its quality and reach, you still have a week to apply for the next round of MOVE Quality.   How to apply: 20 initiatives will be selected to go through the MOVE Quality process in 2015/2016. Applications must be […]

Registration open for the MOVE Congress 2015

Join us at the MOVE Congress 2015 from 5-7 November in Copenhagen to unlock the potential of physical activity research, discover fresh approaches to grassroots sport activities and facilities, build a compelling case for support from a variety of sources, and find out how you can help MOVE the physical activity agenda forward! Copenhagen’s popular […]

Call for applications for MOVE Quality 2015/2016

Are you offering a physical activity initiative for hard-to-reach populations in your community? Do you want to enhance the quality of your initiative but don’t know how? Experts in your field are waiting to help you move your initiative forward and reward you for it! What is MOVE Quality? We believe that great quality initiatives […]

Nine initiatives selected for MOVE Transfer national in 2015/2016

ISCA has selected nine grassroots sport initiatives for hard-to-reach target groups that will be up-scaled or transferred to different communities within the same European country in 2015/2016. These initiatives have been identified as having run successfully in their current location and demonstrated the potential to expand their scope. Organisations from Hungary, Malta, Slovenia, Romania, Italy, […]

Local youth shape the physical activity programme in Scotland

The Edge, South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture’s MOVE Transfer initiative, was officially launched on 8 February at Forth Sports and Community Centre in South Lanarkshire, Scotland. The project aims to engage hard-to-reach groups (HRG) of young people between 8 – 18 years in their local communities, and give them the opportunity to participate in various […]