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On 31 January 2017 in the Charlemagne Building, the European Commission organised an “Infoday” on the Erasmus+ Programme in the field of Sport. The Infoday’s aim was to inform potential applicants about funding opportunities in 2017. An introduction to the day was held in the De Gasperi Room, which saw a Welcome statement and presentation… » read more

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Sport, Activités physiques et qualité de vie au travail Antoine Lanoë, Florian Voyer, Virginie Lamotte et Quentin Clair, Mastère Spécialisé en Management des Organisations de Sport, Audencia Business School   Dans le cadre d’un projet pédagogique, le Think tank Sport et Citoyenneté et quatre étudiants du Mastère Spécialisé en Management des Organisations de Sport d’Audencia… » read more

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Human beings are designed to move. All forms of movement are therefore necessary for a human being’s health. From walking to the post box to competing in a high intensity sporting event, any type of physical activity is essential for the body. The think tank Sport and Citizenship’s ongoing PASS (Physical Activity Serving Society) project… » read more

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The Volunteering in School Sport (V2S) project was kicked off on 18 and 19 January. This EU-funded initiative is led by the International School Sport Federation, with the support of 6 national school sport federations, Hope for Children Hungary and the Sport and Citizenship think tank. The project will promote voluntary activities in sport through… » read more

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  The Sport and Citizenship think tank, with the support of ISCA and its partners from the PASS project teamed up with three other Erasmus+ funded initiative (Active Voice, Flash Move and Journey of Hope) in Ljubljana, on 15 November 2016 for a European conference entitled “Moving Europe – Moving People”. The conference offered a… » read more

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Par Timothée Louette, Chargé de mission, Think tank Sport et Citoyenneté Selon le Baron Pierre de Coubertin, fondateur des Jeux Olympiques modernes, ceux-ci constituaient « l’exaltation solennelle et périodique de l’athlétisme mâle avec […] l’applaudissement féminin pour récompense.» (1912) Aujourd’hui, plus d’un siècle plus tard, les femmes ont clairement franchi la ligne qui sépare le… » read more

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Brussels, 15 November 2016 On 15 November 2016, the Sport Intergroup hosted the conference ‘Dual Careers: how to combine education and work with sport?’ at the European Parliament. Marc Tarabella MEP, co-President of the Sport intergroup, gave an opening address in which he spoke of how elite sportsmen struggle to find a balance between sport… » read more

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On 7 November 2016, the Polish Permanent Representation to the EU hosted a debate with retired footballer Wlodzimierz Lubanski and former player and coach of handball, MEP Bogdan Wenta about sport as a tool for social integration, moderated by famous commentator Dariusz Szpakowski. Nostalgic about his glorious stint at Gornik Zabrze between 1963 and 1975,… » read more

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Today 12 October 2016, ALDE MEP Hannu Takkula held a hearing at the European Parliament to discuss the latest sport report on “Good governance, accessibility and integrity”. This own initiative report comes as a timely project, when the EU institutions are set to discuss the future Work Plan for Sport 2017-2020 in the coming months.… » read more

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