PASS Project Is Gaining Pace

Erasmus +
04/10/2015 16:28

What are the benefits of Physical Activity for society? And what policy and practice exist in Europe to promote Physical Activity?

 

These questions where discussed during the kick-off meeting of the PASS project in Brussels, Belgium. Since then the Erasmus+ funded project “Physical Activity Serving Society” (PASS), lead by Sport & Citizenship, is picking up speed.

 

While ICSSPE started to work on a comprehensive systematic review of the state and status of physical activity policy and practice across Europe, the project partners EUPEA, FESI, ISCA, the SPOLINT Institute, and TAFISA add to the PASS project by contributing their respective expertise and perspective.

 

The PASS project is already raising awareness among the sporting good and nutrition sectors. The project team is looking forward for sharing their knowledge and further promoting physical activity at the next project meeting in Paris in June 2015. 

 

For further information please contact Katrin Koenen (kkoenenaticsspe.org), Richard Bailey (rbaileyaticsspe.org) and Martin Holzweg (mholzwegaticsspe.org) in the ICSSPE Office.