Edition December 2016

ICSSPE President at Council of Europe
Education is Crucial

12/21/2016

“A central element to promote good governance within the global sport movement is education.”

ICSSPE / DOSB Event in Berlin
Leadership and Good Governance

12/21/2016

From 25th to 27th of November 2016, 40 young future sport leaders from all over the world took part in the Paths to Success seminar in Berlin.

Recent and Up-coming Publications
ICSSPE Perspectives

12/21/2016

By publishing the Perspectives series, ICSSPE aims to facilitate the application of sport science results to practical areas of sport by integrating the various disciplines.

Call for Applications
International Master of Adapted Physical Activity

12/21/2016

The International Master of Adapted Physical Activity (IMAPA) is a 2 year Master programme in partnership between KU Leuven, Palacky University Olomouc and other partner institutions.

New Publication
High Performance Disability Sport Coaching

12/21/2016

A new publication High Performance Disability Sport Coaching takes an in-depth look at the role of coaches and coaching in facilitating the professionalisation of disability sport and in raising performance standards.

Call for Applications
FIFA Master

12/21/2016

The Application process is open for the 2017/2018 FIFA Master.

Baar, Switzerland
International Winter Academy and Research Programme

12/21/2016

The Institute for Peace and Dialogue (IPD) will host its Winter Academy and a 3-month Research Programme.

The Role of Education
UNESCO Week for Peace and Sustainable Development

12/21/2016

UNESCO and the Canadian Commission for UNESCO are jointly organising the UNESCO Week for Peace and Sustainable Development.

Serbia
Scientific Conference on Coaching in Skiing

12/21/2016

The Faculty of Sport and Physical Education at the University of Nis is organising their 1st Scientific Conference in Skiing and Snowboarding.

Lausanne, Switzerland
WADA Annual Symposium

12/21/2016

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is organising the 13th edition of its Annual Symposium.

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