ISCA, our members and partners to start new Erasmus+ projects in the coming year
Photo: ISCA and our team of cyclists are getting ready to ride again with the Bike for Europe event in 2018.
ISCA will start two new projects with grants from the Erasmus+ Sport programme in late 2017/early 2018. The cross-border cycling tour Bike for Europe was selected as a Not-for-Profit European Cycling Event and Grassroots Sport Diplomacy as a Collaborative Partnership supporting the Council Recommendation on HEPA and EU Physical Activity Guidelines.
Several ISCA members or partners were also awarded grants for Sport Events, Collaborative Partnerships and Small Collaborative Partnerships. Former ISCA volunteer Nenad Borkovic was also successful in the Small Collaborative Partnerships category.
The Collaborative Partnership won by Game and MOVE Malta was born out of ISCA’s MOVE Congress 2015 at GAME in 2015. MOVE Malta founder and director, Cynthia Debono said the grant was a testament to the networking opportunities at the MOVE Congress.
“I really would like to thank ISCA for the opportunity as I met [Game CEO] Simon Prahm at MC 2015. Thank you so much!”
Congratulations to our members and partners:
European School Sport Day - Flagship Event, by Hungarian School Sport Federation (HSSF), Hungary (ISCA is subcontractor)
European Physical Activity Label for Schools, by HSSF, Hungary (ISCA is partner)
European Fitness Badge - Dissemination, Evaluation and Improvement, by DTB, Germany (ISCA is partner)
EUROPASMOS, by IDPT, Portugal
Innovative education to enhance the skills of Sport Officials in Europe, EOSE, France
Promoting Active Cities Throughout Europe, by Sport and Citizenship, France
Sport Against Violence and Exclusion, by Lithuanian Sport University
Youth-led Street Sport for All, Game, Denmark, and MOVE Malta
Small Collaborative Partnerships
UISP, Italy, two regional grants
School to Move – It’s Cool to Move, by Sport for Education and Health, Spain
Physical Literacy, by Youth Sport Trust and EUPEA