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European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport Tibor Navracsics is the latest confirmed speaker for this year’s MOVE Congress. Commissioner Navracsics will speak at the opening of the Congress on Wednesday 16 October in the Pátria Hall of the Budapest Congress Centre.

Congress participants can expect to hear how the Commissioner sees the way ahead for the grassroots sport and physical activity sector in Europe after the next College of Commissioners is appointed towards the end of the year.

As a part of this transition, the Hungarian will finish his 2014-2019 term as the Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport at the end of October, so the MOVE Congress will give exclusive insights into the EU’s plans to support organisations working in these sectors beyond 2020.

And of course, we will ask him what he believes the next game-changer for our sector will be!

More confirmed speakers will be announced soon, so watch this space!

Register at an early bird rate of €250 here

Photo: European Commission, Tartu Call for a Healthy Lifestyle

European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport Tibor Navracsics is the latest confirmed speaker for this year’s MOVE Congress. Commissioner Navracsics will speak at the opening of the Congress on Wednesday 16 October in the Pátria Hall of the Budapest Congress Centre. Congress participants can expect to hear how the Commissioner sees the way ahead for the grassroots sport and physical activity sector in Europe after the next College of Commissioners is appointed towards the end of the year. As a

Want to attend the MOVE Congress in Birmingham from 4-6 October, but can't squeeze three days out of your working week? Not to worry - we are now offering a day pass for UK participants to give you a chance to drop in on a day that suits you. One day fee registrations can only be made via e-mail, by contacting our secretariat at [email protected] Check out the MOVE Congress programme, which features speakers from 9 countries and 3 continents who have

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ISCA is happy to announce that for this MOVE Congress we are launching an event-based app that will be your pocket guide throughout the conference. Featuring all the relevant information, from the programme (“agenda”) and speakers to the participants’ list, the app will allow you to experience the MOVE Congress in a completely new way. This also means that you will not be exhausted with one-too-many handouts that are most likely to be forgotten in one of the meeting rooms. Let’s

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At this year’s MOVE Congress, one of the main tracks will focus on MOVEment Spaces. Gathering specialists from all around Europe, the sessions will focus on how urban spaces can be reframed as active spaces – even in densely populated cities. In the discussions, cities will get recoloured by the experts: we will look at “green” (parks and green spaces), “black” (paved and asphalt spaces) and “blue” (water) settings that can offer solutions to the perceived lack of MOVEment Spaces in

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Join us at the 9th MOVE Congress in Budapest, Hungary, 16-18 October 2019.