Das Netzwerk "Cities for Sports"

verbindet Europäische Städte und lokale Organisationen beim gemeinsamen Ziel der Bewegungsförderung im Alltag.

Handlungsfeld 2: Jugendliche

Handlungsfeld 3: Erwachsene

Handlungsfeld 4: Senioren

Handlungsfeld 5: Räume

Kongress "Fit for Life"- Präsentation HEPA-Handbuch

Vom 18. bis 19. März 2014 fand im Stuttgarter Rathaus der EU-Kongress „Fit for Life – Bewegungsförderung von Älteren in europäischen Kommunen“ statt. Dabei wurde das HEPA-Handbuch als Leitfaden mit Praxisbeispielen vorgestellt. 

Der Kongress wurde organisiert von der Landeshauptstadt Stuttgart in Kooperation mit der Universität Bologna, der Region Extremadur und den Städten Limoges, Rotterdam und Warschau sowie dem Robert-Bosch-Krankenhaus Stuttgart.

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Conference Invitation to Antwerp

05.12.13 |

The social value of sport in the city: policy challenges and possibilities On the 23rd January 2014,  the city  of Antwerp and the Vrije University Brussels organise a conference as part of Antwerp European Capital of Sports 2013. During this conference, you will learn more about the latest development in the social value of sports in a European urban context. What? Conference about the social value of sport in the city When? 23. January, 2014 Where? ALM Antwerpen, Filip Williostraat 9 in 2600 Berchem (Antwerp) Belgium » weiterlesen

Prof Alfred Rütten confirmes his participation in the conference "Fit for Life"

25.11.13 |

The Europe-wide known professor from the University of Erlangen will give the impulse speech to open our conference» weiterlesen

Fit for Life Conference in Stuttgart - Save the Date!!!

24.09.13 |

You are invited to join us on our conference in March 2014. It will take place on Tuesday, 18, and Wednesday, 19, March 2014 in Stuttgart. » weiterlesen

Fit for Life Europe - Second Partner Meeting in Warsaw

30.07.13 |

The second partner meeting of the EU funded project "Fit for Life Europe" took place in Warsaw on 17./18./19./20. July 2013. The project aims at promoting physical activity among older persons in European cities and regions. » weiterlesen

Welcome Rijeka!

15.07.13 |

With Croatia’s accession to the European Union on 1 July 2013, Rijeka joined our Cities for Sports-Network as well. We are very happy to present you the third largest city in Croatia: Rijeka is with a population of approximately 128.000 not only the third largest city in Croatia, but also the most important Croatian harbour and the industrial, administrative, cultural, sports and university centre of the region. The Department of Sports and Technical Culture performs tasks related to the city public needs in sports and technical culture, manages and controls funds allocated from the city budget, provides professional support, education and management information system in segments related to sports and technical culture needs. It is also in charge of maintenance and construction of...» weiterlesen

European Commission launches 2013 Call for Proposals in the field of sport

03.07.13 |

The European Commission has recently published a new Call for Proposals, that will serve to select high-quality transnational projects which will be supported through the 2013 Preparatory Action "European Partnership on Sports": http://ec.europa.eu/sport/news/20130426-2013-call-for-proposals_en.htm In the framework of the implementation of the second year of the Preparatory Action European Partnership on Sports, the Commission has launched a call for proposals to support transnational projects presented by public bodies or civil society organisations in the field of sport. The main novelty in relation to last year is that in the 2013 call for proposals the private third-party funding is optional: Where third-party private funding co-finances the project's eligible costs, the...» weiterlesen

The database is growing

09.04.13 |

Since some members of cities for sports are very active, our database is getting bigger.» weiterlesen

"Sport at the Park" starts in many cities

27.03.13 |

Matching the beginning of spring eg Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart and Bologna open sports offers start in the green areas of the cities» weiterlesen

Become a member now!

12.03.13 |

Become member and profit from the experience and approaches of the other cities for sports!» weiterlesen

First Partner workshop “Fit for Life Europe”: Good ideas collected and pilot ideas set

21.02.13 |

The first meeting of the EU-project „Fit for Life Europe“, in which the activity from elderly is promoted, shows many new proposals how elder people in Stuttgart and other cities and regions of Europe can benefit from physical activity.» weiterlesen

New EU funded project in cooperation with 6 Cities for Sports: Fit for Life Europe

19.11.12 |

The encouragement of exercise for elderly in European cities and regions is going ahead. Fit for Life Europe is a project in cooperation between six European communities (the cities of Limoges, Rotterdam, Stuttgart, Warsaw, the Regional Government of Extremadura and the University of Bologna with the City of Cesena and partly the City of Bologna) that aims at making more older citizens ”fit for life”.» weiterlesen

EU Sport Forum 2012

16.11.12 |

Report, speeches, videos and presentations are now available on http://ec.europa.eu/sport/news/20121116_en.htm.» weiterlesen

European Commission launches 2012 Call for Proposals in the field of sport

24.04.12 |

The European Commission has recently published a new call for proposals as an invitation to submit project applications for co-financing: http://ec.europa.eu/sport/news/20120417-2012-call-for-proposals_en.htm. » weiterlesen

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