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One of the highlight events for our community of MOVERS is taking place from 4-6 October in Birmingham. At the MOVE Congress, you will have the chance to meet fellow physical activity promoters and together make steps towards creating more active communities.

What will you take away from the MOVE Congress 2017?

If you’re still in doubt, have a look at the programme and read more about the four tracks that will be explored during three active days in Birmingham.

Get your ticket here and see you in October!

How many likeminded professionals from different countries and continents can you meet at the MOVE Congress? Probably hundreds. How many meaningful and lasting connections can you form at the MOVE Congress? That is up to you! However, we’ve gathered some ideas to make sure that your business card exchanging moves will be the grooviest: 1. Warm up with the programme! The 8th MOVE Congress runs on four tracks, namely: MOVEment Spaces – Reframing Urban Spaces for Physical Activity; Removing Barriers – Getting

There’s only one step separating you from the MOVE Congress 2017 – a conference pass that will give you access to all main events. Join the early bird league and secure your pass now. [gdlr_button href="https://www.movecongress.com/register-2017/" target="_self" size="medium" background="#000000" color="#ffffff"]Register now[/gdlr_button] ISCA and our partners of the MOVE Congress 2017, Birmingham City Council, SportEngland, StreetGames UK, the Wild Network and Youth Sport Trust, have invited stakeholders and sport-for-all organisations to engage and find solutions to the growing trend of physical inactivity. We’ve gathered

The MOVE Congress is the one of the highlights on the sport for all calendar. The MOVE Congress in Birmingham, UK, from 4-6 October 2017 will gather stakeholders in physical activity promotion from all over the world, making it one of the best idea hubs for tackling the inactivity crisis. The theme for 2017 – “Human Right to MOVE” – will dive into the challenge of breaking barriers and reorganising the urban spaces around us to help our citizens become

“Girl power” has never been stronger in UK sport, with participation-focused movements like This Girl Can, elite sportswomen getting into the spotlight, women taking the reins of sporting bodies such as SportEngland and the FA – and being formally recognised for their efforts! At ISCA we are honoured to announce that some of these influential […]

Life has never been a walk in the park for Birmingham residents, but a network of local authorities, NGOs and corporate partners has turned its parks into attractive spaces where all kinds of physical activities are on offer – for free. Birmingham is the second-largest city in the UK and has struggled with socio-economic challenges […]

8th MOVE Congress focuses on the human right to MOVE. We, humans, have made it difficult to be active. It’s easy to invent new barriers rather than find solutions to the existing problems. This MOVE Congress is about to change that. Inviting the leading organisations and people to Birmingham, we will look for solutions on […]

ISCA’s MOVE Congress 2015 in Copenhagen, Denmark, was an innovative showcase of grassroots sport and physical activity initiatives from around the world at Copenhagen’s popular street sport venue, GAME. The event would have been possible without the support from local partners DGI, Sport Event Denmark and Lokale og Anlægsfonden (LOA). So how did they see […]

The Growing Trends in Physical Activity workshop at the MOVE Congress 2015 was moderated by Dr. Niamh Murphy, Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland, who started the session with a pressing question for international sport: Can major events be part of the strategy of NGOs to attract inactive people to sport and physical activity offers? The […]

When we talk about inactivity we often refer to children and adolescents, knowing that 4 out of 5 European youngsters are not active enough. Meanwhile, we rarely think of elderly people aged 60+ who, willingly or not, are often subject to problems associated with inactivity. One of the MOVE Congress workshops was dedicated to the […]