Duration: 36 months – 1st January 2016 – 31st December 2018
Location: The project has a European scope and took place in various cities in Europe (Italy, France, Poland, Bulgaria, Greece, Slovenia, Denmark)
Applicant/Coordinator: ISCA - International Sport and Culture Association
ECF (European Cyclists’ Federation). It promotes cycling in Europe as a sustainable and healthy means of transportation and recreation;
EIN (EPODE International Network). The network supports organisations that want to implement or that are already implementing Community-Based Programmes based on the EPODE methodology for obesity and non-communicable disease;
EUPEA (European Physical Education Teachers’ Associations). It is the umbrella organisation of the national Physical Education Associations in Europe, representing approx. 200.000 individual members (Physical Education teachers) in 32 countries. EUPEA's vision is to promote Physical Education as an important educational area within the school system and the training of young people.
IASLIM (International Association of Sport and Leisure Infrastructure Management), Slovenia. It is an international network of organizations promoting sustainable development and improving the management of sport and leisure infrastructure, throughout the world;
EHSN (European Healthy Stadia Network). Network of sports clubs, stadia operators and governing bodies of sport joined for the purpose of promoting policies and practices at stadia that contribute to improved levels of public health amongst fans, stadia workforces and local communities.
BG BE Active, Bulgaria: organisation working within the field of health-enhancing physical activity (HEPA) promotion;
V4Sport, Poland: Foundation with the aim of increasing the number of people physically active in Poland;
UFOLEP (Union Francaise des Oeuvres Laiques d'Education Physique), France: French organization that gathers physical education teachers with the aim of promoting physical and sports education not only in schools, but also in other sectors of society through their professional figures;
Polis gia podilato, Greece: social cooperative with the aim of promoting the cycling and the use of cycle paths in Greece.
Funding body: EU Erasmus+ 2015 programme, Collaborative Partnerships in the field of Sport.
SUMMARY AND OBJECTIVES:
Overall project objective is to build capacity in civil society organisations to engage in active, cross-sector advocacy for the implementation of the EU Physical Activity Guidelines.
Specific project objectives expected deliverables are:
The Uisp has put into synergy the strategies and activities developed with the EU Impala.net project with those that are the objectives of Active Voice: on 6th April2016 Uisp presented the work of translation and publication of the WHO guidelines within the "Strategy on the physical activity for the Europe Region of the WHO-World Health Organization 2016-2025" conference that took place in Rome, at the Chamber of Deputies, in order to foster a transversal comparison that allows to design possible strategies, making use of all the skills and possible synergies, towards a conception of health increasingly as a right of citizenship for all.
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