The first joint EFPM/CIFP congress was held in Baku, Azerbaijan, from October 7th to 11th, 2015, gathering delegates from 32 countries. The main topic of the congress was “Fair Play in Competitive Sport – Making it Real or Just an Ideal”, to which several well-known personalities presented their points of view.show more zu EFPM - Award for Daniela Iraschko
EFPM would like to inform you that the joint European Fair Play Movement (EFPM) and International Fair Play Committee (CIFP) congress will be held on 7-11 October 2015 in Baku, capital city of Azerbaijan.show more zu Fair Play Congress in October in Baku
The SportAccord Convention Executive Committee met Thursday, 25. June 2015, in Lausanne, Switzerland and elected ASOIF President Francesco Ricci Bitti to serve as the new President of SportAccord Convention.show more zu Sportaccord New President and Executive Committee
The 53rd EFPM Executive meeting was held in Vienna on the 18 - 19 January 2015. The first part of the meeting was attended by representatives of the International Fair Play Committee (CIFP) under the leadership of President Jenö Kamuti.
The IFBT, the international beach tennis federation, organised its world championship beginning of July on the beaches of Catalunya Capital Barcelona in Spain. CSIT was represented by Tennis Chairman Harald Burghardt who met IFBT President Gianni Bellettini and IFTB Vice President Joan Egea to talk about further possibilities of a closer cooperation between CSIT and IFBT. CSIT is planning to integrate Beach Tennis into the CSIT World Sports Games in Lignano, Italy, in June 2015.
CSIT President Harald Bauer attended the opening ceremony of the FICEP-FISEC games that take place from July 9-14 in Vienna. It is the first time that FICEP and FISEC organize games together. More than 1000 teenagers from 13 different countries participate in the games. Find more information about the FICEP-FISEC games in this link.show more zu CSIT at the opening ceremony of the FICEP-FISEC Games in Vienna
More than 800 participants from nearly 100 countries attended the the 6th IWG World Conference on Women and Sport organized by IWG in cooperation IOC, IPC and EOC under the patronage of UNESCO and many international and regional organizations, among which the European Olympic Committees and European Non-Governmental Sports Organisation (ENGSO).
TUL - the Finish member union of CSIT - General Secretary Janne Ollikainen represented the CSIT at the 26th General Assembly on June 12th in Helsinki. Since years CSIT is member of this umbrella organisation "International Council of Sports, Science and Physical Education". Highlight of this assembly was the election of the new executive board.show more zu CSIT at the ICSSPE General Assembly in Helsinki
EFPM - The European Fair Play Movement issued its latest newsletter "Flash News" providing all friends and partners with latest updates and news in the world of Fair Play.show more zu European Fair Play Movement - Latest Flash News
CSIT President Bauer represented the Confederation in the Sportaccord Convention and General Assembly in Belek in Turkey. Among 2.000 delegates from the World Federations of Sports all opinion leaders and stakeholders gathered on the Turkish coast to discuss actual topics. President Bauer used the opportunity to promote the CSIT World Sports Games to be held in Lignano -Italy from June 7th to 14th 2015 among the present Sport for All organisations.
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" The European Fair-Play Movement (EFPM) has its headquarters in Vienna since June 2013, so EFPM President Christian Hinterberger hosted an Executive meeting in the Austrian capital. The main topics were certainly the preparation of the 20 years festival of EFPM in 2014 as well as the preparation of the Fair-Play Congress in Riga - Latvia in October 2014. The EFPM is also planning to work in closer cooperation with the European Olympic Committee (EOC) and with the AIPS Europe.show more zu EFPM Executive Meeting in Vienna
CSIT President Harald Bauer and Vice-President Palle Thomsen followed the invitation of TAFISA to attend the 23rd World Congress in Enschede - Netherlands. The participation in a meeting with 11 international Sports for All Organisations stood in the centre of interest.
CSIT tennis chairman Harald Burghardt accepted gladly the invitation of the International Beachtennis Federation (IFBT) recently and attended the European championships in Barcelona in order to get new impressions and to negotiate a cooperation of the two federations. show more zu Trendy new sport Beachtennis would be ready to enter the CSIT
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.