About the MOVE Congress
The International Sport and Culture Association (ISCA) invites you to experience one of the world’s most dynamic conferences dedicated to sport and physical activity, the MOVE Congress, in Budapest, Hungary from 16-18 October 2019.
The MOVE Congress is one of the few conferences in the world that focuses solely on recreational sport and physical activity. The event gathers organisations and individuals who deliver initiatives at the grassroots level along with decision-makers, companies, urban planners, health experts, academics and other key stakeholders for three days of active networking.
Its innovative sessions have a unique focus on being physically active – so you can expect the unexpected, such as watching a speaker riding an exercise bike during their presentation, sitting on a fitness ball or showing you the active spaces in their city.
Taking this dynamic approach and getting conference participants out of their seats to move around ensures a great level of interaction and is a fun way to break the ice. And it might just help you establish your next successful partnership…
For a taste of what to expect, check out the highlights from the MOVE Congress in Rome and Birmingham below.
Change the Game: It’s your MOVE
If you’ve already experienced a taste of the MOVE Congress in Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Paris, Sao Paulo, Barcelona, Rome or Birmingham, you won’t want to miss the 9th edition, which promises to be the most interactive yet.
Get into the game by meeting speakers from across the world who are shaking up the grassroots sport and physical activity sector with effective campaigns, approaches, technologies and an extraordinary motivation to defuse the inactivity timebomb.
Game-changers connecting physical activity and health
A thought-provoking track designed for health professionals, coordinators delivering sport and physical activity to diverse target groups, campaign managers and NGOs, active lifestyle advocates.
Carving a new niche with grassroots sport diplomacy
A track for grassroots sport programme coordinators who use sport as a tool for development, local or international relations, and to engage groups from different backgrounds in physical activity.
Discovering new perspectives on physical activity promotion among school children
A track dedicated to physical education professionals, including teachers, academics, community sport providers and anyone with an interest in helping our younger generations stay active.
Opening new doors to funding and support
A track worth its weight in gold (almost literally!) for project managers, community organisations, NGOs and advocates looking for an extra boost of support for their physical activity initiatives.
Redefining an “active lifestyle” with MOVEment Spaces
For the physical activity promoter who looks for inspiration for their project in the world around them, this track will showcase inspiring placemaking approaches and take you out of the auditorium to experience real-life examples.
Innovation Alley: Showcase your innovation
A fully interactive experience that lets you get into the game with an open call for contributors (read more and apply here) and an exhibition that invites you to try out the latest technologies.