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  • Richard Bailey PhD, ICSSPE Office
    The Human Capital Model – Making the Case for Sport

    Members may know that ICSSPE has been co-author and partner in the development of Designed to Move - a collaborative, international physical activity agenda that seeks to transform expectations and experiences of activity around the world (for more on Designed to Move, visit: https://www.designedtomove.org/).

  • Project Launch in Brussels, Belgium
    Physical Activity Serving Society

    On 25 and 26 February 2015, ICSSPE, EUPEA, FESI, ISCA, the SPOLINT Institute, Sport and Citizenship, and TAFISA gathered in Brussels, Belgium, to launch their European wide physical activity promotion project.

  • Founding Father of Germany’s Sport Science
    Ommo Grupe Passed Away

    Professor Ommo Grupe has passed away on 26 February aged 84 years.

  • Florida, USA
    Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in Sport

    Sports Neurologist Frank Conidi, Florida Center for Headache and Sports Neurology, is conducting a study to validate the 25 year old King Devick Test for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. The intention is to provide practitioners potentially with another pillar to add to the current standard of physical diagnosis of signs and symptoms, balance error and neurocognitive assessment.

  • Global Virtual Walking
    Agita Mundo – World Day of Physical Activity

    It is less than a month until the 2015 World Day for Physical Activity, on 6 April. The central topic for this year is Sedentarism is a Disease; Physical Activity is Health.

  • 6 April
    International Day of Sport for Development and Peace

    For the second time in a row the world of sport will not only celebrate 6 April as the World Day for Physical Activity, but also Sport for Development and Peace. Since 2013, the community of sport for development of peace is using this date to promote their activities and to promote the potential of sport to contribute to the development of civil society.

Our Vision

We work towards achieving higher awareness of human values inherent in sport, physical actvity and physical education worldwide. We contribute to the quality of sport, physical education and physical activity for sustainable social development and peace, bridging gaps and fostering tolerance.

Our Commitments

  • Encourage and strengthen international cooperation in sports science
  • Inspire, coordinate and move scientific research forward and foster pratical application of results in sports science, physical education, and physical activity
  • Provide scientific knowledge of sport and practical experiences for all organisations and institutions worldwide
  • Involvement in all areas of sport and sport sciences to promote integration of various branches, disciplines and themes.