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19 October 2015 | in Education

FISU at the Global Coalition for an Active World Meeting

 

 

BUDAPEST - The Global Coalition for an Active World, jointly initiated TAFISA (The Association for International Sport for All) and ICCSPE, creates a framework for Coalition for parties to share experiences and good practices and to establish a platform for discussion and cooperation to promote Sport for All and physical activity globally.

The scope of the Global coalition for an active world is to bring Sport for All and physical activity to the people of the world by sharing experiences, establishing partnerships, lobbying and issuing mutual statements in with the following function and objectives and to increase the participation in Sport for All and physical activity, including grassroots sports worldwide.

Mozes Szekely, Secretary-General of the Hungarian NUSF

The meeting of the Global coalition for an active world for which FISU signed a Memorandum of Understanding took place on 17 October, during the 24th TAFISA World Congress that took place from 14-18 October in Budapest, Hungary. FISU was represented by Alison Odell, Chair of the Education Committee and Kolë Gjeloshaj, Director Educational Services.

We have to notice that members of the FISU Family were active during the TAFISA Congress. Mozes Szekely, the Secretary-General of the Hungarian National University Sports Federation was one a panelist key note speaker. The topic he developed was “Survey and Development of Sport for All in Hungarian University Sport”. Gyongyi Foldesi, a member of the FISU Education Committee since 1991 was honored by TAFISA for her involvement in that organisation as she used to be its Vice-President.  

Gyongyi Foldesi, a member of the FISU Education Committee since 1991, was honored by TAFISA

The Congress was an opportunity for the FISU representatives to meet with the delegates of organisations FISU is cooperating with, such as Jeno Kamuti (International Fair-Play Committee), Ruth Maphorisa (International Working Group on Women and Sport Congress in Botswana) and the World Badminton Federation.

 

(Source: Kolë Gjeloshaj, Director Educational Services)

 

 

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