To support its activities and strengthen its connection to its member regions, TAFISA recognises the following as official regional bodies.
TAFISA Europe is an active, informal platform that succeeded ESFAN following its dissolution in 2011. TAFISA Europe’s work is based on adopted guidelines and is chaired by a Steering Committee elected during TAFISA Europe’s meeting on 14th October 2015 in Budapest, Hungary. TAFISA Europe supports and promotes TAFISA activities in the region, as well as implementing its own activities, including cooperation with the European Commission.
For more information, see www.tafisa.org/europe.
The Asiania Sport for All Association (ASFAA) was formally established in 1991 and is dedicated to the promotion of the Sport for All movement in the Asian and Oceania Region. As an officially recognised regional body of TAFISA, ASFAA supports and promotes TAFISA activities in the region, as well as implementing its own activities. TAFISA welcomes organisations in the region to be members of, and benefit from, both TAFISA and ASFAA.
For more information, please see www.asfaa.org.
TAFISA Africa was formed during the TAFISA-UNESCO VIPS Training Course in April, 2012, in Tanzania. It is an informal platform whose work is based on adopted guidelines and is chaired by a Steering Committee comprising representatives of TAFISA’s members in Africa.
For more information, see www.tafisa.org/africa.
In response to demand for a regional body representing the needs of the Americas in the Sport for All sector, The Americas Alliance for Sport for All (TAASFA) was initiated during the 1st TAFISA Pan American Sport for All Congress in Cuba, May, 2016 as part of the CUBAMOTRICIDAD Conference. To develop TAASFA into an operational network open to governmental and non-governmental organisations working in the field of Sport for All and physical activity (SAPA), a MoU is in the process of being signed by the following organisations:
For more information, please contact the TAFISA office
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