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.
It was the very first time "Peace and Sport" took the Forum abroad, to the future host city of the Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games 2014, located at the crossroad of Asia, Europe and the Middle East and is proud to present the result.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) is going to hold its 15th World Conference on Sport for All from 24 to 27 April in Lima, Peru. The Conference will focus on the practical implementation of sport for all programmes and will give the opportunity to sports and government representatives, athletes, United Nations agencies, NGOs and academics from around the world to share their experience and expertise. CSIT President Harald Bauer is one of the participants at the IOC-Conference in Peru.show more zu CSIT President Harald Bauer is attending the 15th IOC - World Conference on Sport for All
Within the framework of the General Assembly of the "Fédération Internationale Catholique d'Education Physique et Sportive" April 5-6 in Vienna a close cooperation between both international multisports organisations has been sealed.show more zu FICEP - The new Cooperation Partner of CSIT
With the theme Sustainability and Sport for All', the 23rd TAFISA World Congress 2013 will focus on sport and sustainability. Sport is sustainable when it meets the needs of today's sporting community, while contributing to the improvement of future sport opportunities for all and the improvement of the natural and social environment on which it depends. This year's conference aims to contribute to sustainability in the world of sport and physical activity by addressing four key areas. 1 new technology and social media, 2 nature and the environment, 3 communities and networks and 4 social inclusion, empowerment and paticipation.