ISCA Annual Report 2020

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A world of physically active citizens in vibrant civil societies OUR MISSION

We empower organisations worldwide to enable citizens to enjoy their human right to move

The International Sport and Culture Association (ISCA) is a global platform open to organisations working within the field of sport for all, recreational sports and physical activity. Created in 1995, ISCA cooperates with its 260 member organisations, international NGOs, and public and private sector stakeholders. It has 40 million individual members from 89 countries which represent a diverse group of people active within youth, sport and cultural activities.


CONTENTS 04 President’s Introduction


05 ISCA in Numbers

30 European Mile



No Elevators Day

08 Advocacy




New WHO Guidelines


MOVE Week Latin America




European School Sport Day



European Week of Sport Denmark


MOVE Transfer Europe-China

40 Members’ and Partners’ Projects


Physical Literacy for Life


ISCA’s European Volunteers

20 MOVE for Fun


ISCA Executive Commitee


IRTS Networking Platform


ISCA Staff


MOVE Congress 2021




MOVE Beyond


Become a Member

We Kept Moving in 2020


COPYRIGHT International Sport and Culture Association (ISCA)

DATE AND PLACE 30 January 2021, Copenhagen, Denmark

PUBLISHER CATEGORY Non-Governmental Organisation

LAYOUT ISCA Secretariat / Kristine Onarheim



EDITOR Rachel Payne, ISCA

COVER IMAGE Hungarian School Sport Federation (HSSF)

ISCA has recieved EU support for many of the activities in this report. However this publication reflects the views only of the author, and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any of the information contained therein.




President’s introduction MOGENS KIRKEBY | ISCA President

2020 reassured us that

“EVERY MOVE COUNTS” EVERY MOVE COUNTS could easily be the headline of 2020 and the message that we carry with us into 2021. It is not only the slogan the World Health Organisation used to launch and promote its new Guidelines on Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour from November 2020. Its wording also reassures us that a little bit of physical activity is better than nothing – that every move counts. In 2020 most of us across the world were somehow affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and the restrictions that followed. Our movements were restricted and, for many people, their recreational sport and physical activity habits were disrupted. We miss moving. The world misses movement. It is very clear that physical activity is needed now more than ever – for our joy of life and our personal health. We are born to move and be social. However, we have unfortunately experienced how the Covid-19 restrictions and governments’ and authorities’ different measures not only made it hard to move, they also removed the topic of physical activity from the political agenda. Before Covid-19, physical inactivity was the world’s fourth leading death risk – and was recognised as such. After

the pandemic, physical inactivity will still be the fourth leading death risk, but those of us who are promoting physically active lifestyles and MOVING PEOPLE have lost some political momentum in the Covid-19 storm. We need to bring political attention back to the importance of grassroots sport and recreational physical activity in 2021 and beyond. We need our fellow citizens to return to sport and recreational physical activities and they need your motivation and assistance. Together we can identify and share inspiring solutions to bring people back to sport. That is our mission. Every Move Counts when it comes to the promotion of recreational sport and physical activity for our fellow citizens of all ages: children, teenagers, families, and senior citizens. Every Move Counts when it comes to climbing the political agenda and gaining back a position where sport and physical activity are seen as a solution. I encourage all MOVING PEOPLE to engage in advocating the benefits of physical activity towards their fellow citizens and political decision makers in 2021. It is very much needed and Every Move Counts!


ISCA IN NUMBERS 260 member organisations From 89 countries Representing 40 million people

9 MOVE Congresses 68 EU grants 9 years of the NowWeMOVE campaign 6 online learning courses 20 staff members from 15 countries 2020 estimated turnover €1,515,632

Working more than 9,052 days towards one goal:




We kept moving in 2020


19 May 1st ISCA podcast recorded, featuring MOVE Beyond project partners RFSISU and Save the Children in Sweden.

5 May

29 April

ISCA publishes 1st worldwide mapping of grassroots sport reopening after lockdowns (56 countries). The story gains attention across the world, as far as Australia’s sports news, and is translated into French.

50 countries join in No Elevators Day’s #UseTheStairs challenge.

25-31 May 1st MOVE Week online gym and webinars on future strategies for sports clubs, fitness centres and outdoor physical activity.

16 June/23 June 2 intercontinental online conferences (MOVE Transfer Europe-China and IRTS Networking Platform launch).

1 December

26 November

17 November

ISCA and inFocus launch new Theory of Change course on

ISCA President Mogens Kirkeby is an invited panellist at WHO Guidelines for Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour online launch.

Over 100 participants and UNHCR headline 2nd IRTS Networking Platform international online conference. Event sessions are live-streamed on ISCA’s Facebook page.


January-February 5 in-person project kick-off meetings held (Physical Literacy For Life, HEPAS, ESSD 2020, Sport Club for Health, InterActive Living for Mental Health).

10 February ISCA celebrates 25 years of MOVING PEOPLE.

March Local and nation-wide Covid-19 lockdowns in several countries on all continents.


ISCA in a digital world 2020 6 in-person project meetings 148 online project meetings 10 webinars 5 online conferences 61 videos on YouTube and social media 150 news and comment pieces across 10 websites

18 March ISCA MOVEment Pills video exercises and members’ online workouts circulate on social media.

22 April

9 April

50,000+ users in 45 countries; 11,900 peak viewers smash 5000 target of ISCA member V4Sport’s world record online PE lesson. ISCA and Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance are media partners.

1st online meeting for members and NowWeMOVE National Coordinators on the future of the sector after the pandemic.

26-28 June

14 July

2 September

39 teams participate in Global Design Challenge for Sport and Physical Activity online hackathon (ISCA is an official partner).

Federation of the European Sporting Goods Industry (FESI) joins Hungarian School Sport Federation and ISCA’s European School Sport Day 2020 campaign.

ISCA and Youth Sport Trust International host European School Sport Day webinar on physical activity and children’s mental health.

22-30 September 11 countries take part in MOVE Week Latin America.

30 September-2 October

24 September

ISCA hosts University of Luxembourg’s hybrid HEPAS project meeting in Copenhagen (3 in-person and 3 online partners).

ISCA Secretary General presents at hybrid German Presidency of the Council of the European Union conference in Frankfurt, hosted by member DTB.







Our voices count The global impact of our advocacy efforts couldn’t be clearer in 2020. The feedback and experiences we have gathered from our members and partners helped shape the WHO Guidelines on Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour, the EU Work Plan for Sport and the European Sports Charter’s revisions. We were invited as expert panellists to the WHO Guidelines launch and the EU Presidency’s conference in Germany. And we supported our members’ and partners’ campaigns to bring more political attention to active transport, anti-discrimination efforts, physical activity and mental health, and gender equality.




Our advocacy efforts helped shape

NEW WHO GUIDELINES ON PHYSICAL ACTIVITY In November 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) published its first updated Guidelines on Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour in 10 years – an exciting development for our sector, as it presents key facts and figures that underline the value of what we do. The Guidelines are now ours to share and use to convince a variety of stakeholders to support our work. They’re also ours because our advocacy efforts helped to create them. Dr Fiona Bull, Head of the WHO Physical Activity Unit, reminded viewers of the launch webinar (where over 5000 people registered to take part) that the guidelines were developed not only by the WHO’s Physical Activity Unit and a large number of researchers, but also “by those who work in the field and practice using the evidence to promote physical activity [who responded to public calls for feedback on the drafts]. All that collective work underpins and informs these guidelines.” ISCA contributed to the guidelines by gathering feedback from our members and partners, and ISCA President Mogens Kirkeby was one of five panellists invited as guest speakers in the online launch. We now have an even bigger role to play in amplifying the messages presented in the guidelines and ensuring that they create more opportunities for people to be active in communities around the world.

WHO Guidelines Quick Facts • The new ‘WHO Guidelines on Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour’ were launched on 26 November 2020. • The WHO published its previous ‘Global recommendations on physical activity for health’ on 30 November 2010. • 1 in 4 (27.5%) adults and more than three-quarters (81%) of teenagers don’t meet the 2010 recommendations*. • Doing 150+ minutes of moderate intensity physical activity each week can increase global GDP by 0.15%–0.24% a year between now and 2050*. • All physical activity counts and is good for long term health*. *Source: British Journal of Sports Medicine

EVERY MOVE COUNTS The new WHO Guidelines on Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour seemed almost designed for the reality of 2020. The main message, rather than prescribing a numerical benchmark for our daily or weekly physical activity levels, offers a gentler nudge towards a more active lifestyle: Every Move Counts. The figures of 150-300 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity or 75-100 minutes of vigorous physical activity per week are still the recommendations, but the emphasis is now on balancing sedentary time with physical activity and appreciating that any movement is better than none. FIND YOUR MOVE There are many ways you can use the new Guidelines to boost your advocacy efforts – these are three opportunities that stand out as places to start: Translate. Only 78 countries translated the previous WHO guidelines into their own languages. Dr Bull challenged more countries to come on board to update or translate the new guidelines, so that “we have every country recognising and having a policy position that physical activity is part of health, the environment and a sustainable future for everyone.” If embarking on a 100page document is too daunting a task, translating the one-page Executive Summary will also capture the key information. Promote. You can now access the full guidelines document and a range of social media resources to promote the ‘Every Move Counts’ message. Choose the format that works best for you and your organisation. Think beyond sport. Forget the thought that only sport or athletic movements equal exercise – active transport and stair climbing can be just as effective. Use this point as inspiration to innovate what you offer by finding different ways to get people active.



We need to use these guidelines to influence the influencers […] through organisations like ISCA and others to reach the communities to provide the sports for all so that everyone can benefit from those. DR FIONA BULL | World Health Organization






Learn how to make a difference The grassroots sport and physical activity sector is rapidly evolving, and in 2020 we saw a direct challenge to traditional ways of delivering sport and recreation in communities around the world. There has never been a greater need for people working in our sector to update their skills to try new approaches in real-life settings. ISCA’s online learning platform and our projects are designed to equip the ‘doers’ with the peer-to-peer advice and practical know-how they need to succeed and make a difference even in the most challenging times. Find out more on the following pages.





A knowledge platform for physical activity promoters 2020 was a year that propelled the demand for online learning to a new level. ISCA’s Platform, as a leader in the space of online professional development for the grassroots sport and physical activity sector, saw a significant leap in users from March. This momentum continued, as our members and broader network of

Key facts • 6 courses • 408 users • 299 students currently completing courses

organisations and individuals who are dedicated to physical activity promotion actively engaged in our courses throughout the year. The platform features 6 courses that are available all year round on demand: ActiveVoice, European Fitness Badge, Integration of Refugees Through Sport (basic course and Theory of Change), Grassroots Sport Diplomacy, and MOVEment Spaces. It is also a community of over 400 registered users who meet and share ideas on the platform’s forums in addition to taking the courses. The courses are widely used across different types of devices, mobile phones being the most popular, followed by tablet and desktop.


The courses

NEW COURSE: THEORY OF CHANGE The year saw the launch of a brand new learning opportunity: a Theory of Change (ToC) course, which focuses on developing organisations that work with social inclusion and the Integration of Refugees Through Sport (IRTS). Created in collaboration with inFocus, experts in the ToC method of structuring activities to achieve the best results, this course intends to help you measure the impact of your work. Two more courses are to follow in 2021-2022: • Learning from Experts’ Examples: Discover and learn from a range of IRTS initiatives that have achieved positive social impact and change • Advocacy for Integration of Refugees Through Sport: Gain essential knowledge about advocacy and tips on how to be successful in raising awareness of the value of IRTS.

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MOVE TRANSFER EUROPE-CHINA A unique collaboration across continents

ISCA’s MOVE Transfer Europe-China project is developing individual skills and organisational networks that aim to drive sport participation and mutual relations forward between China and the EU. A group of 55 grassroots sport leaders from 40 organisations in 20 countries (in Europe and China, including Hong Kong and Macau) have been part of the two-year MOVE Transfer journey.

initiatives in three focus areas: Active Schools, Active Ageing and Outdoor Activities. The Active Schools Group includes 11 Chinese and eight European organisations and five external experts; the Active Ageing Group consists of 11 Chinese and five European organisations and three external experts; and the Outdoor Activities Group comprises six Chinese and 10 European organisations and three external experts.

After the group gathered in Budapest for the project’s kick-off meeting in October 2019, the Covid-19 crisis forced all of their planned exchanges for 2020 online. But their activities continued, with 27 online meetings, four webinars and an online conference being held throughout the year. This European-Chinese model of online collaboration is unique in the grassroots sport sector.

The project was extended until June 2021 due to the pandemic, so the partners will showcase the results of their collaboration at the hybrid World Leisure Congress in Pinggu (Beijing, China) on 15-21 April 2021. All together, they submitted, and had accepted, 13 presentations for the Congress.

Our European and Chinese partners are working locally and across continents to deliver physical activity

Key facts • Project period: January 2019-June 2021 (extended due to Covid-19) • Co-funded by: European Commission (Preparatory Action Exchanges and Mobility in Sport) • Grant amount: €240,000

WEBINARS AND ONLINE EVENTS IN 2020/2021 • Introduction to the European Fitness Badge Test Approach • Introduction to the European School Sport Day Event Model • Monitoring and Evaluation and Impact Measurement • The New Reality of Physical Activity in China after Covid-19 • MOVE Transfer Europe-China mid-term conference 16 June 2020 • World Leisure Congress 15-21 April 2021



As YMCA is an international organisation, I wanted learn more about ISCA and exchange ideas with other European countries and Chinese colleagues, and join hands to organise some projects to work globally and act locally. JOYCE CHAN | YMCA, Hong Kong

This project is super interesting because I get to see my own association from another perspective. I’m motivated to think bigger and dream bigger. I’d like to take my crew to meet the people I’ve met during this exchange to get inspired and inspire back. ANNE EGGEBRECHT | Skateducate Association, Denmark



What is physical literacy? Physical literacy is the skills and attributes individuals demonstrate through physical activity and movement across their life course. It can be understood as a process and as an outcome that individuals pursue through an interaction of their physical, emotional, social and cognitive learning. (Definition developed by Physical Literacy for Life project partners)



Physical Literacy for Life


ISCA is leading a consortium of 11 partners from grassroots sport, education and health who are paving the way for the concept of physical literacy to be recognised as a lifelong journey spanning physical, emotional, cognitive and social dimensions. The Physical Literacy for Life project aims to create a common understanding of physical literacy that aligns different countries and sectors on approaches that encourage people to be active throughout their lives. Physical literacy is an emerging concept that looks beyond traditional sports cultures which are focusing on performance and perfection. Instead, it emphasises the joy of movement and the experience of learning how to move in ways that can improve our health and wellbeing. NEW RESOURCES In 2021, the partners are set to launch brand new resources for teachers, club staff and the general public. The first output is a new definition of physical literacy (opposite page) and its four domains, position statements from all partners and in-depth interviews on the topic.

Key facts • Project period: January 2020-December 2021 • Co-funded by: European Commission (Erasmus+ Sport Collaborative Partnerships) • Grant amount: €383,603

The second resource will be a self-assessment tool including questionnaires for citizens, teachers and trainers to reflect on their own physical literacy and how it can apply to their work. The third is an advocacy toolkit, featuring two motion graphic videos and a guide on how to start working with the concept and how to create environments to teach and acquire physical literacy. Finally, the project’s tools will be tested by 40 teachers and club-based trainers in Bulgaria, France, Slovenia and Spain to discover how the concept is accepted in different countries and how it can be used to increase engagement in physical activity in schools and clubs. Multiplier events in Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Portugal, Slovenia and Spain in 2021 will help spread the project’s resources and advocacy messages to a broader range of stakeholders. PROJECT PARTNERS International Sport and Culture Association (lead), European Physical Education Association (Switzerland), International Physical Literacy Association (UK), Macquarie University (Australia), Human Kinetics Faculty of the University of Lisbon (Portugal), University of Strasbourg (France), Steno Health Promotion Research and Capital Region of Denmark Center for Clinical Research and Prevention (Denmark), BG Be Active (Bulgaria), DGI (Denmark), Sports Union of Slovenia, and UBAE (Spain).



Novo Nordisk recently announced a new commitment to accelerate obesity and diabetes prevention through, among other things, increased focus on childhood interventions addressing inequities in access to nutrition and physical activity. We are therefore very pleased to engage in this competent partnership with DGI and ISCA to put action behind the intentions and reach children at disadvantage with relevant physical activity offers. NIELS LUND | Vice President for Global Prevention and Health Promotion, Novo Nordisk



MOVE FOR FUN Activating kids in disadvantaged communities

To dismantle the inactivity time bomb, we need to target kids in disadvantaged communities with proven and lowbarrier activities that are fun, diverse and tailored to the children’s own needs. In a nutshell, this is the philosophy behind a global partnership pilot that ISCA will deploy with partners DGI and Novo Nordisk in 2021. The programme will see the concept developed on the basis of DGI’s successful Jump4Fun programme in Denmark and pilot tested by ISCA’s members in disadvantaged communities in three countries. The concept will be adapted to fit the different realities of the pilot communities, and the global partnership will support the programme deployment with advice, communications, resources and peer learning. The first pilot activities are expected in the second half of 2021.

The partnership Novo Nordisk is a leading health care company driving change to combat diabetes and other serious chronic diseases. Novo Nordisk will provide resources and communications support to pilot the new programme, including links to its global network of Novo Nordisk affiliates. DGI is the biggest “sport for all” association in Denmark, focusing exclusively on strengthening and promoting physical activity and sport participation for all citizens through local clubs and communities. DGI brings programme experience from their national Jump4Fun initiative, communications support and coordination to the pilot. ISCA is engaging its members in the pilot delivery, and is developing programme concepts with the partners and advisory board.



ISCA establishes new network

INTEGRATION OF REFUGEES THROUGH SPORT Coinciding with World Refugee Day on 20 June 2020, ISCA launched a new network of individuals and organisations specialising in the Integration of Refugees Through Sport (IRTS). The IRTS Networking Platform kick-off meeting took place during an online conference on 23 June 2020, where 80 participants from 60 organisations in 27 countries gathered for the first time to form the network.

EVENTS The biggest stakeholder gathering so far for the Integration of Refugees Though Sport will take place at the MOVE Congress in November 2021. It will be followed by a promotional event in 2022.

The IRTS Networking Platform is a dynamic and growing community, and over three years ISCA is providing inperson and online opportunities for the network to meet, learn, inspire each other and gain more visibility for their initiatives. Four aspects of the platform will facilitate this exchange as well as the creation of new partnerships. MENTORING PROGRAMME Connecting people who have experience in running IRTS initiatives with those who are just starting out, or are looking for some advice to make a bigger impact (12 mentors and 12 mentees selected in 2020; second call in 2021). AWARD SCHEME Recognising initiatives and partnerships that have made an impact in their communities (coming in 2021). ONLINE COURSES 3 new courses on to equip solutionproviders with tested approaches, expert and peerto-peer tips from the field, and avenues to support and funding (Theory of Change course launched in November 2020).

EAC Sport as a Tool for Integration • Project title: IRTS Networking Platform • Project period: January 2020-December 2022 • Grant amount €600,000

The second IRTS Networking Platform Conference took place online on 17 November 2020. More than 100 representatives of 65 sport organisations from 32 countries participated in the sessions, workshops and panel discussions, sharing their outlooks on refugee inclusion, health promotion and human connection through sport and physical activity. Part of the event was streamed live on ISCA’s Facebook page, including the Plenary featuring speakers from the European Commission, the UN Refugee Agency UNHCR, the Council of Europe, Save the Children and FARE Network.



This is something that the European Commission has been considering for the past few years. We are very happy that this platform and this network will become a reality. Thanks to you, we will have stronger efforts of coordination in the coming years. YVES LE LOSTECQUE | European Commission Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture



MOVE Congress 2021

RECONNECT. REBUILD. RESTART. The MOVE Congress will celebrate its 10th anniversary in Brussels, Belgium on 17-19 November 2021 as a hybrid conference that aims to bring people in the grassroots sport and physical activity sector back together to master a new era of their work.

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ISCA has secured support from Visit Brussels and the European Commission (through projects including the Integration of Refugees Through Sport Networking Platform) to host the event, which is set to be held at the Tour & Taxis historic warehouses. This unique venue is situated on a former industrial site that has recently been repurposed as innovative workspaces, accommodation and green public spaces. Drawing on the experience we have gained in 2020 from organising online conferences and webinars, we will create an on-site conference experience and opportunities to follow the event online – both during the Congress and in the lead-up to the event as a series of interactive webinars.


The thing that I love about the MOVE Congress is the amount of passion that’s in the room. Everybody here recognises that there are problems that need solutions, and everybody is bringing a different idea but the same level of passion to try and solve those problems. Every single conversation you have here, every single presentation that is here – it’s a bright mind with a positive idea to try to make the world a better place. And that’s just a great way to spend a couple of days. AARON KEARNEY | AKS Media International, Australia

MOVE CONGRESS 2021 HIGHLIGHTS Registration will open in the first half of 2021, so don’t miss the opportunity to join in online and/or in Brussels. ISCA members are encouraged to attend both the Congress and the ISCA General Assembly and Executive Committee elections, which take place on 20 November 2021, at a special rate that includes exclusive opportunities to network and be part of a members’ advocacy workshop. Other highlights of the Congress will include: • ‘Rebuild’ masterclasses led by industry experts specialising in fields such as online events and technologies, physical activity in outdoor spaces, sport for development, mental health, diplomacy and advocacy. • ‘Explore Brussels’ site visits including meet-and-greet with companies, NGOs and political decision makers. • Integration of Refugees Through Sport Awards and guest speakers from high profile humanitarian organisations. • ‘Restart your network’ online and in-person opportunities to connect.

New-look MOVE Congress In-person experience (limited seats available) • Full MOVE Congress programme • Exclusive site visits • Meet & greet decision-makers • Face-to-face & online networking Online experience • Follow the main sessions live • On-demand presentation videos • Pre-Congress professional development webinars • Online networking




MOVE BEYOND TRADITIONAL SPORT If you work for a community sport organisation and want to reach out to and include refugees in your activities, you will most likely need to get in touch with a local humanitarian organisation to help you get started. What should you do next? ISCA’s MOVE Beyond project partners are ready to guide the way through a series of podcasts, peer-to-

Key facts • Project period: January 2019-December 2020 • Co-funded by: European Commission (Erasmus+ Sport Collaborative Partnerships) • Grant amount: €398,291

peer advice, policy recommendations and videos that they developed over two years of working in sport and humanitarian partnerships in four countries. The Danish, Italian, Swedish and English pilot pairs presented the results of their initiatives during the Integration of Refugees Through Sport Network Online Conference on 17 November, which was streamed live on ISCA’s Facebook page. Their achievements are inspiring. Despite the global pandemic bringing organised sports to a halt, they worked together with the refugees to find ways to deliver their physical activities online, in smaller groups and by integrating the activity into everyday transport and exercise under the lockdowns.



Four winning approaches Through their pilot projects, the MOVE Beyond partners proved that sport and non-sport organisations can achieve more by collaborating and adopting four winning approaches, as they explain below.


Open up your organisation to include new target groups. “Both the Danish Red Cross and DGI share a concern for vulnerable citizens in Denmark getting lost in society, lonely and alienated in their neighbourhoods. Clubs have a big responsibility in integration. And we think that they offer something very unique, namely bringing people together – not only doing sports but giving people something meaningful to do with their lives. So we need to urge clubs to take responsibility for vulnerable people, to bring people together and welcome special target groups.” PETER BENNETT, DGI Inclusion, Denmark


Work with refugees, not for them. “Empower the target group and include them in the decision-making and organising what you want to do for them. The main idea is not to make refugees the subject of your activity, but to give them the tools, information and resources to lead the activity themselves.” ADNAN ABDUL-GHANI, Save the Children Region West, Sweden


Involve the community, build the community. “All of the players who are part of our team are active members of the football association. Both Italians and asylum seekers at the same level. That’s meant that all players are involved in the life of the association, which means meetings, election of the president, and other activities, and also in activities regarding raising awareness of integration.” BEATRICE AGOSTINI, UISP Trentino, Italy

“This project is so great and so helpful for all asylum seekers and refugees.” Watch how Kurdish refugee Ronnei kept his community moving during lockdown in the UK.

PARTNERS ISCA (lead), University of Copenhagen’s Advanced Migration Studies (Denmark), Demos (Belgium), DGI and the Danish Red Cross (Denmark), UISP Trentino and ATAS (Italy), RF-SISU Västra Götaland/StreetGames Gothenburg and Save the Children Sweden (Region West) (Sweden), and StreetGames and SPARC Sport (UK). Devon and Cornwall Refugee Support is a local supporting partner in the UK.


Improve refugees’ access to sport and physical activity. “What I wanted to bring to the collaboration with sports organisations was to address the very real needs people face every day. I wanted to bridge the humanitarian and the sports organisations and see what sports can offer to the humanitarian needs and make a difference to people’s quality of life beyond the sports activity itself.” SUVI REHELL, Devon and Cornwall Refugee Support, UK

Scan the QR-code Hear more about these winning approaches in our MOVE Beyond podcasts






Physically distanced – socially connected ISCA’s campaign events carried a particularly important message in 2020, to keep moving as much as we can for our health and wellbeing and to share how we enjoy being active. And, through this, to stay socially connected whilst being physically distanced. Rather than cancelling or postponing our NowWeMOVE events, we gathered our community of MOVE Agents in online meetings and webinars to find ways for them to keep delivering their activities online and help people be active at home, in the office or outdoors, as their national regulations allowed. We also delivered online activities, such as the #UseTheStairs campaign, the MOVE Week Gym and activities for European School Sport Day.





EUROPEAN MILE EVENT INVITES YOU TO #FINDYOURMILE The European Mile is a new, ISCA-developed event concept that supports organisers to stage running or walking events all over Europe which are accessible to all. More than 1000 events will take place during 2021, with the main celebration on 5 June 2021, collectively celebrating the joy of MOVING. People from all walks of life can join one of the physical or virtual European Mile events, or donate their moved miles in support of selected grassroots sport or physical activity initiatives. For the European Mile, we consider the iconic distance 1.6 kilometres to

Key facts • Project period: November 2020-October 2021 • Co-funded by: European Commission (Erasmus+ Sport Not-for-Profit Events) • Grant amount: €488,368.80

be our key metric. But we also know there are many different mile distances, so we encourage you to #FindYourMile! Our NowWeMOVE National Coordinators will invite as many MOVE Agents from their countries as possible to register a European Mile event on the official website and use the toolkits we develop as a guide. Anyone can register an event or even join in with a self-organised activity. Simply share your run, walk or roll with the hashtag #FindYourMile to take part – every MOVE counts – and don’t forget to donate your miles on the website! The European Mile is one of 14 events selected for funding in the 2020 round of the Erasmus+ Sport project proposals. The official website will be launched in March 2021.




No Elevators Day

CELEBRATED IN 50 COUNTRIES WORLDWIDE On 29 April 2020, individuals and organisations in 50 countries on six continents celebrated the most international edition of No Elevators Day ever, sharing photos and videos on social media channels, television and radio of how they #UseTheStairs to keep active at home, outdoors or wherever they could find an accessible staircase to climb during extraordinary times. As typical No Elevators Day events in office buildings and public spaces were not possible in most countries, individuals and organisations used the opportunity to be creative and show how they were using the stairs to work out during lockdown. The success of this year’s event was the result of a huge international community effort: NowWeMOVE National Coordinators and ISCA members rallied participants in the sport, health, business and government sectors in their countries, Placemaking Europe shared the call among their international networks, and companies and individuals spread the #UseTheStairs message across the world. This all would not be possible without our local MOVE Agents and everyone who shared their MOVEs this No Elevators Day, creating a fun and vibrant event despite facing such tough times. COUNTRIES PARTICIPATING IN NED 2020 Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Lithuania, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Moldova, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, South Africa, Sweden, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, USA, Venezuela and Wales.



In many places around the world it has become more challenging than ever to be active. I took part in No Elevators Day because I liked this year’s challenge to #UseTheStairs for your workout. I’m sure that it encouraged a lot more people to keep moving in these times by giving new ideas and ways to be active. JORGE GUTIÉRREZ | Fitness instructor and MOVE Agent, Costa Rica



MOVE WEEK 2020 The Covid-19 pandemic conditions made us re-think how to celebrate MOVE Week on 25-31 May 2020 and all of the different ways people can find their MOVE and keep active. The situation brought not only challenges, it also helped us discover fresh opportunities to promote MOVEment even when possibilities to go out and enjoy sport or physical activity are limited. That’s why we created a digital space for MOVEment – an online MOVE Week Gym. Free workouts provided by 22 enthusiastic coaches from 11 countries were streamed three times a day and engaged people on five continents. Together with the recordings of the workouts, which our MOVE Agents registered as events on the MOVE Week website, we created an extensive library of free workouts. Thanks to these contributions, anyone now has an opportunity to keep moving throughout the year! We found that the digital format has its benefits as well – it turned out to be an easy way to bring people together. We wanted to make sure that our MOVE Agents stayed connected during these times, too, and hosted two webinars with experts from sports clubs, fitness centres, street sport and placemaking to discuss strategies for physical activity in public spaces, clubs and indoor facilities. More than 100 participants were present during the webinars and explored the future of the sport sector in the post-COVID reality – and even more registered to receive the recordings. COUNTRIES PARTICIPATING IN MOVE WEEK 2020 Bulgaria, Burundi, Costa Rica, Croatia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Moldova, the Netherlands, Philippines, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Turkey and Uruguay.

MOVE Week 2020 in numbers • 22 countries • 5 continents (Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, South America) • 2 webinars • 21 online workouts • 22000 viewers • 40000 people reached online

35 Fortunately, despite the challenges we faced this year, the results exceeded our expectations. ISCA ANNUAL REPORT

MARIA LUIZA SOUZA DIAS | Sesc Manager of Physical Sportive Development, Brazil


Digital environment not only a challenge, but an opportunity MOVE Week 2020 in Latin America, known as Semana Move in Brazil and Semana Muévela in the Spanishspeaking countries, took a different shape from the seven that preceded it – but it did not lose its popularity as a result. The organisers focused on bringing the activities into the digital environment, creating multiple events on 19-27 September that aimed to encourage people to be more active. Over 200 online activities were carried out in Brazil alone, and even more were published on social media channels in 10 countries across the continent – including, but not limited to, functional training, dance lessons, a “triathlon at home”, as well as public talks and podcasts.

With impressive numbers such as more than 27,000 views on YouTube, 18 million people reached on Facebook and 460 million on Instagram, MOVE Week continued its success story in the digital space in Latin America in 2020. COUNTRIES PARTICIPATING IN MOVE WEEK LATIN AMERICA

Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Honduras, Mexico, Peru, Dominican Republic and Uruguay.



EUROPEAN SCHOOL SPORT DAY Finds creative ways to keep children active

Schools and school sport around the world were affected by closures and restrictions throughout 2020, but this only accentuated the importance of finding creative ways to keep children active for their physical and mental wellbeing. The 6th European School Sport Day® (ESSD 2020), on 25 September, invited schools to show how they were adapting or re-starting their activities by planning in-person or digital events for the day. The schools’ motivation to celebrate the day was remarkable, and resulted in almost 2 million children taking part at 8974 schools in 38 countries in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Caribbean. Over 1000 schools participated in Denmark (1600), Germany (1273) and Hungary (1158) respectively. European School Sport Day® is coordinated by the Hungarian School Sport Federation (HSSF) in cooperation with the founding partners, ISCA, the European Physical Education Association, Youth Sport Trust International (YSTI), BG Be Active and V4Sport, and National Coordinators from around Europe. It is an official flagship event of the European Week of Sport and co-funded by Erasmus+ Sport Not-for-Profit Events. MENTAL HEALTH IN THE SPOTLIGHT Growing evidence of mental health struggles among school children prompted the decision to make mental health the ESSD 2020 focus topic well before the year unfolded. HSSF and ISCA worked together with child psychologist Csilla Kaposvari to develop a Mental Health Toolkit to inspire schools to try wellbeing-focused exercises that children can do outside, at a distance (if needed), with their peers or from home as an alternative to traditional team sports.

Key facts • Coordinator: Hungarian School Sport Federation • Co-funded by: European Commission (Erasmus+ Sport Not-for-Profit Events) • Grant amount: €298,485.84

We also featured mental health in a special training webinar led by Kaposvari and YSTI’s Managing Director Helen Vost and Head of Research Amanda Vernalls. ISCA AS MEDIA PARTNER HSSF subcontracted ISCA to lead the international communication campaign for ESSD 2020, including producing toolkits, social media videos and visuals, infographics, PR and news stories, and professional development webinars for National Coordinators. The Federation of the European Sporting Goods Industry (FESI) also came on board to amplify the messaging to get more children on the move and collected donations from its sports brand members, including Puma, Adidas and Nike. COUNTRIES PARTICIPATING IN ESSD 2020 Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Chile, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Kenya, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macau, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom.


ESSD 2021: From school space to MOVEment space


European School Sport Day’s focus theme for 2021 will build on ISCA’s MOVEment Spaces and Open Streets Day concepts of using outdoor urban spaces, such as squares, parks and streets, for physical activity.

We are delighted that, despite the Covid-19 pandemic hitting the sporting industry hard, sporting goods companies like Puma are still reaching out to support sporting events for children, helping them to #BeActive at this challenging time. JÉRÔME PERO | FESI Secretary General




ISCA’s 5th year as National Coordinating Body In 2020, the European Week of Sport focused on creating as many opportunities as possible for people to #BeActive or #BeActiveAtHome during lockdown, and the Danish Week was no exception. As the National Coordinating Body for Denmark for the 5th year running, we worked with a range of partners, including DGI, Danish Federation for Company Sport, Danish School Sport Federation, Danish Ramblers’ Association and Ollerup Academy for Physical Education, who delivered over 3000 events around the country. #BEACTIVE AT SCHOOL OR WORK The largest event was Danish School Sport Day (“Skolernes

European Week of Sport Denmark 2020 in numbers • 3157 events • 606,680 participants

motionsdag”), with 1600 schools and over 500,000 students participating. Instead of holding large school events, the activities were carried out in smaller groups, for example within a class. The theme of the 2020 edition was “Global Goals in Motion”, linked to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The Danish Workplace Activity Day encouraged workers to #BeActive during business hours, with 337 companies joining the initiative and over 40000 employees taking part in activities at their workplaces. The Danish Federation for Company Sport supported their activities with online training sessions. WALKING FOR HEALTH AND WELLBEING The Danish Ramblers’ Association organised a series of guided #BeActive Walks across the Danish landscape with the theme “Straight to the top”, meaning that participants could trek to the tops of hills or elevated spots where they could enjoy views of the beautiful nature.


Your co-workers are your most precious asset. If you want to keep them, and keep them happy and doing their best, just give them this time. It’s possible to find 15 minutes or even 1-2 hours in a work week because it benefits the company’s results in the end. HENRIK GROVE | House of Code COO and #BeActive Workplace Award Winner

We Walk is DGI and the Danish Athletic Federation’s initiative promoting walking to keep the body and brain fresh. Over 400 walks happened around the country in September and over 5000 people joined the tours. Inclusiveness and accessibility Girl Power Festival in Aarhus gathered around 100 girls and women from different ethnic backgrounds living in Denmark, giving them the opportunity to try fun games and activities such as football, basketball and fitness. The event was organised by Girl Power Organisation and its founder, European Week of Sport Denmark Ambassador Khalida Popal, and local sports and social inclusion activist Nagin Ravand. Team Fred is a Danish initiative for children with special needs. It offers free tennis and padel training sessions for kids with autism, ADHD, mental disorders to help them integrate into a sports community. Several Team Fred events took part during the European Week of Sport Denmark. #BEACTIVE AWARD FOR DENMARK The #BeActive Awards praises projects and individuals who are dedicated to physical activity promotion. ISCA, as a National Coordinating Body, is responsible for submitting the nominations from Denmark in three categories: Education, Workplace and Local Hero. Odense-based IT-company House of Code triumphed in the Workplace category, winning the award and the 10,000 euro prize. Team Fred founder Mette Rytsel was also one of three Local Hero finalists.




Projects led by our


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Inspired by UISP’s SportAntenne experience, the SENTRY Sport Project aims to develop a common methodology for identifying, preventing and mitigating the discriminatory phenomenon in sport and beyond. The method will be based on the role grassroots sport can play in tackling discrimination and supporting victims of prejudice.

The ‘TES-D: Towards an EU Sport Diplomacy’ project aims to produce concrete recommendations that build a shared framework of EU sport diplomacy, to map organisations in Europe that are working on sport diplomacy and to facilitate networking, cooperation and exchange of good practices.

Coordinator: UISP, Italy • January 2021-June 2023 • Grant €392,585

Coordinator: IRIS Association, France • January 2021-December 2022 • Grant €340,951

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Volunteers are vital to the EU sport sector, but their numbers are declining. The V4V project aims to analyse the sport volunteer workforce, improve recruitment and retention and create an innovative online tool that showcases their skills and competences to potential employers and education providers. A feature of the project will be the first ever European Sport Volunteering Skills Summit.

SCULT Point aims to increase access to social and guided outdoor exercise, and to make sports coaching and mentoring (volunteering) independent from particular sports clubs or locations. This will be done through a creative matchmaking solution, SCULT Points, which are virtual bulletin boards related to specific geographic locations where people would like to start training outdoors.

Coordinator: European Observatoire of Sport and Employment (EOSE), France • January 2021-December 2023 • Grant €399,010

SCULT POINT: EASY ACCESS TO SPORTS THROUGH TECHNOLOGY This project’s overall objective is to link placemakers (grassroots urban designers) and grassroots sports organisations and professionals, and as a result to create a common solutions package called “The Placemaking for Physical Activity Toolbox”. The toolbox will support and improve the capacities of both sectors to design effective programmes and places that facilitate physical activity in urban areas. Coordinator: BG Be Active, Bulgaria • January 2021-December 2022 • Grant €312,900

Coordinator: SCULT International Sport Volunteers Movement, Estonia • January 2021-December 2023 • Grant €399,335


CHANGE PROJECT The CHANGE project is, for the first time at the EU level, defining the skills and competences of professionals working in sport for development, focusing on the two key roles: the sport for development coordinator and the sport for development activator. The project is following the 7-Step model successfully used in the S2A Sport project to develop a training programme for sports administrators. Coordinator: EOSE, France • January 2019-December 2021 • Grant €383,779 • Website:

CONTINUOUS IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SPORT CLUB FOR HEALTH GUIDELINES This project will roll out the Sport Club for Health (SCforH) movement by training the EU Physical Activity Focal Points to become SCforH contact points in their countries, and by encouraging tertiary course coordinators to include the project’s online learning tool in their curricula for health promoters, physical educators, and sport and exercise practitioners. Coordinator: University of Zagreb Faculty of Kinesiology, Croatia • January 2020-December 2022 • Grant €398,845

NEXT NEIGHBOURHOOD SPORT – GET HEALTHY, GET CLOSER In order to tackle growing rates of

physical inactivity, Neighbourhood Sport is grounded in the idea of bringing movement to the places where less active people live, rather than trying to promote places where they should go to be active. The project is testing pilot approaches in residential areas of selected European cities, including public gardens, streets and squares.


The Erasmus+ KA2 HEPAS project aims at creating a free open educational resource for school staff and other school-related stakeholders to enhance schoolbased physical activity and healthy lifestyle programmes for children and adolescents. The project is mapping theory and practice categorised under the following areas: physical activity, physical education, school sport and healthy lifestyle.


INTER-ACTIVE LIVING FOR MENTAL HEALTH The Inter-Active Living for Mental Health project is focusing on both advocacy and tools for the promotion of physical activity in the context of mental health. This will include developing recommendations for specific EU Guidelines on the utilisation of sport and physical activity for mental health and an Interactive European Platform for PE practices on Mental Health. Coordinator: European Network of Active Living for Mental Health, Belgium • January 2020-June 2021 • Grant €398,675


Coordinator: University of Luxembourg • December 2019-November 2021 • Grant €221,976

MOVE TRANSFER – HEALTHY CLUB MOVE Transfer Healthy Club is a Small Collaborate Partnership that builds on ISCA’s methodology of transferring a good practice in sport and physical activity from one country or setting to another. This project is in the process of transferring the Slovenian Healthy Club model and Quality Mark to Italy and Romania. Ultimately, it will provide local communities in Slovenia, Italy and Romania with more quality and accessible sport and physical activity programmes.

This Small Collaborative Partnership is developing an event manual for an Active Ageing Festival based on the results of pilot events in Slovenia and Romania. The festival will encourage participation in health enhancing physical activity with special focus on older populations and strengthening cooperation between sport organisations, senior organisations and health stakeholders. Coordinator: Sports Union of Slovenia • January 2020-December 2021 • Grant €56,290

Coordinator: Sports Union of Slovenia • January 2019–June 2020 • Grant €45,725 • Website:

Coordinator: UISP, Italy • January 2020-December 2021 • Grant €351,291

A snapshot of 12 Erasmus+ projects ISCA is involved in a diverse range of projects led by our members and partners, which in 2020/2021 span from placemaking to sports diplomacy, to volunteering and active ageing, to sport for development and mental health. Here we feature the Erasmus+ Sport Collaborative Partnerships in which ISCA is a partner.



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ISCA’s ESC volunteers

“WE SHARE THE SAME ‘BIG PICTURE’ PASSION: WANTING PEOPLE TO MOVE” ISCA provides opportunities for young people to gain work experience under the Erasmus+ programme’s European Solidarity Corps (ESC) and Traineeship. These programmes aim to enhance solidarity among young European citizens across borders, to provide informal

ISCA Staff/ESC Moves in 2020 – Fun Facts • 4647 hours of physical activity (average of 6.4 per week!) • 74 Viking Challenges • 21 new physical activities attempted (including building IKEA furniture, stand up paddling, bouldering and Frisbee golf) Scientific source: ISCA ESC experts

learning and to make concrete contributions to society. ISCA has hosted 68 volunteers under the European Voluntary Service (EVS) and ESC, and currently has 5 ESC volunteers and 1 trainee. 2020 was a rollercoaster year for us all, but we quickly learned how to adapt (have you ever tried giving a virtual hug to another human being?) and found new ways to #BeActive or FindOurMOVE (see the Fun Facts). Some traditions remained, such as the Viking Challenge – where the bravest and the most cold-resistant team members get together to jump into the icy cold water once a month. And we shared how we kept moving in our Season’s Greetings video .





I am infinitely grateful for these 10 months at ISCA, which gave me an unforgettable experience that I have not had in 5 years of work in Russia. Experience of equality, respect and a flat hierarchy, experience of working with people who are really passionate about their work, and of course, the experience of international communication with completely different, but always intelligent and talented people.

I am glad that I found a way to combine my passion for sport volunteering with gaining practical knowledge and experience. Being part of the European Solidarity Corps is an amazing adventure and ISCA is the perfect place for personal development and discovering our skills and competences. I hope we, as young officers, will help as many people as possible to Find Their Move.


ISCA is a unique composition of talents, nationalities, specialties and personalities that merge to create a fantastic team. Here, you have the opportunity to be yourself while you are growing and learning together with really passionate and highly qualified colleagues and member organisations that pursue the same goal despite the challenges the world is facing. What a pleasure to be part of the ISCA team!

LIINA SEPP | Estonia

ISCA brings together people with different backgrounds, ideas, energy and ambitions who fit well together like puzzle pieces. Sharing the same ‘big picture’ passion – wanting to make people move. The result is something magical – a unique working environment full of playfulness, joy, excitement and creativity. They say that volunteering is a two-way street. At ISCA it feels like you are on a highway.


Taking part in a six-month internship with such vibrant, wonderful and different people really leaves a beautiful mark on you – both personally and professionally, and I am so glad I joined the team! ISCA excels in making everyone feel welcome and letting one work on what is of interest to them, and that’s the key for a well performing organisation. 2020 has been an atypical ride for all of us, but I’m very thankful to have gotten through it with the ISCA team.


ISCA changed my perception of what it means to be active. It is not only about adding as much movement to your life – physically – but really, it’s about showing initiative, developing good practices, exchanging knowledge and building strong community. Being active in this sense helps ISCA deliver high quality products and connect many talented people and ambitious organisations from all over the world. My ESC project with ISCA has been a truly inspiring, life-changing experience, and I am very lucky to be a part of this extraordinary team!






DGI, Denmark

Vice President, ISCA Latin America Chair

Vice President


Fundació UBAE, Catalonia, Spain

Executive Committee Member

Serviço Social do Comércio (SESC), Brazil

Executive Committee Member




Executive Committee Member

ISCA Asia Chair

ISCA North America Chair


Gymnastics Association of Hong Kong, China

V4Sport, Poland

ISCA Africa Chair

Honorary Committee Member

Honorary Committee Member


Federazione Italiana Sport per Tutti (FIST), Italy


Deutscher Turner-bund (German Gymnastics Federation), Germany

UISP, Italy

Egyptian Sports Culture Association, Egypt


Executive Committee Member

Fundacion pro Deporte y Recreation para todos, Colombia

Union Française des Oeuvres Laïques d’Education Physique (UFOLEP), France


Executive Committee Member


Southeast Asian Gymnastics Federation (SEAGCON), Malaysia



US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), United States







Secretary General

Head of Projects

Communications Manager

Head of Digital

Head of Membership and Campaigns







Project Coordinator

Project Coordinator

Financial Coordinator

Project Coordinator

Communications Consultant






Project Coordinator

Development Director

Senior Consultant

Youth Officer

Youth Officer






Youth Officer

Youth Officer

Youth Officer

Finance Intern

ISCA Latin America Secretariat





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2019 (€)

2018 (€)

2017 (€)

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13.2% 12.0% 30.3%

Erasmus + Sport (EU) (458,424€) Erasmus + Sport partners’ projects (EU) (200,250 €) 11.3%

DGI (181,208 €) European Week of Sport (EWOS) (171,534€) Bilateral membership agreements (134,228 €) Preparatory Actions (EU) (132,900€) Ministry of Culture Denmark (124,128 €)


MOVE Congress (50,000 €) Erasmus+ KA1 – EVS (EU) (27,007€) Membership fees (20,000 €) Other (15,893 €) 2020 total income (estimated) € 1,515,632

1.0% 1.3% 1.8%

8.8% 3.3%



An organisation which works on promoting SDGs (the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals) can strengthen its actions by including sport for all in its activities and being part of historically recognised networks like ISCA. Hence, the i17 team is proud to become an ISCA member and take part in creating a better and healthier world! NEW ISCA MEMBER LUCIANO TRUZZI | Instituto 17, Brazil




BECOME A MEMBER Become an ISCA member to be part of “The Moving People Community”, an extensive network of physical activity professionals and a dynamic hub where ideas, know-how and opportunities meet. ISCA membership is available to any individual or non-profit organisation working in grassroots sport and recreation, sport for all and physical activity promotion. Choose the right tier for you according to the goals and capacity of your organisation.

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MOVE Agents have the chance to be involved in ISCA’s most successful initiative, NowWeMOVE, get a MOVE Agent Badge and access to ISCA’s learning and development accelerator.

ISCA members are involved in funded projects, networks, advocacy and cooperation. Members receive a Members’ Badge and the right to be appointed as NowWeMOVE coordinators.

The Premium Member package offers all the benefits of the first three tiers, plus access to customised support, opportunities to scale up initiatives through ISCA’s MOVE Transfer programme, expert know-how and mentoring from our broader network.


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