• Sports Union of Slovenia

    Sports Union of Slovenia as the largest sports for all organization connects different sports organizations, associations, clubs and individuals working in the field of sports recreations and sports education in Slovenia. It unites over 180 organisations and has over 70.000 members scattered all over Slovenia. Their common goal is the promotion of a healthy lifestyle and active use of leisure time.

    The SUS belongs to the network of EFCS (European Federation for Company Sport), TAFISA (The Association For International Sport for All), ISCA (International Sport and Culture Association) and FARE (Football Against Racism Europe).

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  • International Sport and Culture Association (ISCA)

    The International Sport and Culture Association (ISCA) is a democratic, non-governmental and not-for-profit umbrella association working within the field of grassroots sport, culture, youth and physical activity. Created in 1995, ISCA is today a global actor closely cooperating with its 260 members in 89 countries, international NGOs, and public and private sector stakeholders. ISCA´s tag line is MOVING PEOPLE. This means we are delivering capacity building and promoting cross-sector collaboration to ultimately increase citizens͛ involvement in

    As an international umbrella organisation for sport for all, ISCA has been at the forefront of development and implementation of activities of specific European relevance. This can be seen by our long presence as a reliable partner and financial beneficiary of European Commission co-funded activities.

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  • /UISP Comitato Regionale Emilia Romagna/
    UISP Regional Committee Emilai Romagna (UISP)

    UISP (Italian Sport for All Association) has among his principles the promotion of sport for all without any form of discrimination. For this reason it promotes activities of solidarity, promotion of sport and health, activities for social inclusion which involves many people.

    UISP is formally recognized: from the Italian Olympic Committee as Sport Promotion Body; from the Internal Ministry as Assistance Body; from the Ministry of Justice as privileged body to realise activities towards convict and under social control measures people; from the Ministry of Welfare as Social Promotion Body; from the Ministry of Education as training organisation for teachers and trainers.

    Finally, every year UISP carries out training projects, activities, seminars on topic related to the values of Sport For All, dedicated to teachers, trainers, educators and students on the whole national territory, realised in different contexts as schools, youth centres, sport centres, etc.

    It is founder member of FARE (Football Against Racism in Europe) and promotes many international campaign of sport against discrimination and doping and it is member of ISCA (International Sport and Culture Association).

    UISP has many experiences in working in the field of social inclusion for migrants and refugees, promoting innovative projects and researches. It works also at international level in project of cooperation and coordinating European projects.

    UISP Emilia-Romagna is organized following the principles of the UISP National Statute. It’s an independent regional committee, which organizes activities and actions on its territory and participate at the political life of the association. UISP Emilia-Romagna has 30.000 members and 3.300 sport clubs.

    UISP has among his principles the promotion of sport for all without discrimination of race, religion, culture, gender, age, disability. For this reason, it promotes activities of solidarity, promotion of sport in at risk areas and initiatives which involves many people.

    UISP Emilia-Romagna main activities are: management of sport clubs, offering of services of sport for all in particular for the disadvantaged people and sport for children and elderly people; organization of local and international manifestations (also in connection with some NGO); work in at risk areas of towns, in the Prison (both for young people and adults), in connection with association for the mental and physical handicap and migrant association.

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  • /Asociatia Judeteana Sportul pentru Toti Suceava/
    Association Sport for All Suceava (AJSPT Suceava)

    Association Sport for All Suceava (AJSPT Suceava) is a non-profit organization at regional level, a non-governmental organization, officially recognized by the Romanian Justice Ministry since 2002. Also in 2002, the organization was officially recognized by the Ministry of Youth and Sport as a sport organization. Starting with 2003, AJSPT Suceava is affiliated to the Romanian Federation of Sport for All as a full member.

    Main objectives of AJSPT Suceava are:

    • promoting the benefits of sport and physical education, tolerance and fair-play, healthy lifestyle,
    • organize sport activities for all ages and social condition,
    • releasing mutual programs, aiming at developing activities for disadvantaged people,
    • developing in partnership activities in schools and university,
    • enhancing the human resources and specialists in volunteering,
    • promote activities in nature and ecology,
    • develop programs and projects for youth in sport, culture and social field,
    • organize training for young leaders and sports instructors, develop activities for youth and with youth,
    • develop specific activities in social inclusion of people from disadvantaged groups: children, women, unemployed, young people, immigrants, ethnic minorities, detainees and other disadvantaged groups,
    • develop voluntary activities and training volunteers in accordance with European and national legislation,
    • act to prevent and combat violence in sport, promote the prevention and control of the use of prohibited substances and methods of influencing irregular sports results,
    • develops and conducts training, formal and non-formal in accordance with the law.
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  • BGBe Active (BGBA)

    BGBe Active (formerly WOW Sport) is a growing organisation established in 2011 in Plovdiv, (Bulgaria) working within the field of health-enhancing physical activity (HEPA). BGBA understands that the value of physical activity for health is an irreplaceable part of life and believes that HEPA is not luxury commodity but a basic human right. The organisation promotes the benefits of regular exercise and provides recreational activities that involve movement to Bulgarian citizens in all stages of life.

    BGBe has been at the forefront of the development and implementation of activities targeting Bulgarian citizens. BGBA successfully coordinated MOVE Week in Plovdiv and Bulgaria for three consecutive years: 2012 –2014. For the first two years the organisation succeeded in moving about 40.000 people during MOVE Week; in 2014 it coordinated over 650 events in 90 cities, towns and villages with over 70.000 participants. Due to the success of the MOVE WEEK pan-European physical activity campaign, it received the “Best Campaign Award” for 2014 at the Eventex Awards in Sofia in February 2015.

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  • Sports Malta

    SportMalta was established in 2002 under the responsibility of the Secretary Parliamentary for Research, Innovation, Youth and Sport within the Ministry for Education and Employment. The core purpose of the organisation is to inspire Maltese and to transform the nation through sport by providing innovative, fun, and meaningful sporting experiences.

    Their mission is to reach out and serve communities across the country with passion and pride. Sport Malta uses sport to create greater sporting opportunities and access, more inclusivity and integration as well as broader development of capabilities. They work with a vast network of public-private-people sector partners for individuals to live better through sports.

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