CSIT - Confédération Sportive Internationale Travailliste et Amateur
The Covid-19 pandemic forces the EU-funded BRIDGES project into the digital world
In these weeks of forced closure by Covid-19, the European project BRIDGES also had to stop its public events
Corona Virus COVID-19 is malfunctioning our society and also our sports-program for 2020 heavily!
The worldwide Corona Covid-19 pandemic forces many organizers to reschedule or cancel
Due to the prevailing global Corona Covid-19 pandemic, the CSIT ExCom meeting was held online
Dear Friends, CSIT Member Unions, CSIT Athletes and Supporters,
CSIT President Bruno Molea received a high Award from the Italian Paralympic Committee
In 2020 CSIT Members will again have a number of events and official championships on international level.
An international network of speakers and delegates from a range of sectors will meet at ISCA's MOVE Congress from 16-19 October 2013 in Barcelona, Spain, with a key common interest to find innovative ways of engaging people in physical activity and grassroots sport worldwide. In providing a platform for discussion, debate and an exchange of ideas, the theme of the MOVE Congress 2013 is not just about moving, but moving forward with three interconnected concepts in mind: Changes. Opportunities. Innovations.
Find out more about MOVE Congress 2013 at www.move2013.info.
CSIT aims to strengthen its cooperation with the European Non-Governmental Sports Organization - ENGSO, one of the most important organizations in the European Sports for All - Movement.show more zu CSIT Vice President Sirpa Paatero signed memorandum with ENGSO
During the last Sportaccord Convention held in St. Petersburg - Russia at the end of May the delegates elected a new chairman of the former GAIFS (General Association of International Sports Federations). The President of the International Judo Federation Marius L. Vizer from Austria received 52 votes against the French President of the International Rugby Federation and chairs the Sportaccord with official headquarters in the City of Lausanne from now on.
Representatives from over 125 countries including Sport and Education Ministers, researchers and experts gathered together at the Intercontinental Hotel from 28 until 30 May in Berlin, Germany. For three days discussions covered important topics in sport: the examination of the case for more public investment, the combat against match fixing and doping in sport, as well as the reinforcement of the right to access sport for all people, across all regions. On the final day of the conference, all participants committed to the Declaration of Berlin. CSIT was represented by Melanie Erasim, public relation manager of the International Workers and Amateurs in Sports Confederation.