The MOVE project aims to identify, qualify and implement good practices in cross-cutting community initiatives to promote health-enhancing physical activity in socio-economically disadvantaged areas. It takes a strong starting point in sport and physical activity stakeholders to build several high-impact cross-cutting partnerships and implement pilot actions with eg municipalities, fitness sector, universities, play ground industry, architects and urban planners – as also reflected in the broad Project Partnership.
The MOVE project targets youth, ethnicminorities/immigrants and women/girls in two specific types of socio-economically disadvantaged areas. Doing this, it builds upon a long series of project experiences from related physical activity (often good practice focused) proposals to develop a unique methodology and strong target group focus.
ISCA Health programmeThe ISCA Health Programme involves supporting and strengthening member Sports For All organisations to develop your own national health and physical activity promotion campaigns. ISCA is aware that Sports For All organisations are competent partners in the area of physical activity programmes. They can also become powerful partners in promoting a healthy lifestyle through physical activity.
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