If you were in Rome with us in 2014, see if you can spot yourself in this video. If you’ve never been to the MOVE Congress, here is a taste of one of the most active conferences in the world!
(Fun fact: The song was created by our participants.)
This video is a collection of memories from the 6th MOVE Congress in Rome in 2014. It is a collection that highlights the movement, vibrant atmosphere and creative sessions and workshops that characterise one of the world’s only conferences dedicated to grassroots sport and physical activity.
The music was recorded at the end of each session, where the participants were asked to be the voice of what would become the NowWeMOVE campaign anthem. Behind the initiative was Congress moderator Sean Blair, from ProMeet, and Tom Currie and Howie Saunders from AudioFuel.
Once the NowWeMOVE theme tune gets into your head, it won’t let you forget to register for 2017!
So if you missed the MOVE Congress in 2014, why not get into the action in Birmingham from 4-6 October?
If you were in Rome with us in 2014, see if you can spot yourself in this video. If you've never been to the MOVE Congress, here is a taste of one of the most active conferences in the world! (Fun fact: The song was created by our participants.) This video is a collection of memories from the 6th MOVE Congress in Rome in 2014. It is a collection that highlights the movement, vibrant atmosphere and creative sessions and workshops that characterise
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 […]
We are pleased to announce that the UK city of Birmingham will host the 8th MOVE Congress from 4-6 October 2017. One of the world’s only conferences dedicated to recreational sport and physical activity, the MOVE Congress is a highlight of the MOVE calendar and registration will open soon. This year’s MOVE Congress celebrates the […]
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 […]
Growing trends in physical activity: Leveraging mass events for sustainable physical activity participation
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 […]
At the MOVE Congress 2015, which took place from 5-7 November, Copenhagen’s popular street sport facility, GAME, turned into arena for innovative practices that are driving the global grassroots sport movement forward. The event, organised by the International Sport and Culture Association (ISCA), is one of the few conferences in the world that focuses solely […]
The MOVE Congress 2015 concluded with a special study tour offering an exclusive view from inside to new sport and physical activity facilities in Copenhagen. Oliver Vanges from the Danish Foundation for Culture and Sports Facilities (Lokale og Anlægsfonden) presented new trends in planning and development of facilities for sport and culture, and followed the […]
The MOVE Congress 2015 proved to be a real event-on-the-move, far away from any “classical” congress concept. With a wide variety of options to get into the action through street sport and spontaneous dances, visits to innovative facilities and plenty of time for networking, there was more to this year’s MOVE Congress than the traditional […]
A workshop discussing new trends in physical activity was held during the second day of MOVE Congress 2015 focusing on the topic “Running across the world – why are recreational runners part of one of the fastest growing markets and what can clubs do to recapture their interest?” The workshop was moderated by Rebecca Steele, […]
The MOVE Congress 2015 opened in Copenhagen City Hall tonight with 200 delegates from five continents being welcomed by Copenhagen Mayor of Culture and Leisure, Carl Christian Ebbesen, and three interconnected presentations drawing inspiration from bestselling business author Simon Sinek*: Do you know your why? (by Mark Lowther from Cardiff Metropolitan University’s School of Sport), […]