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TAFISA Celebrates the Global Sport for All Movement's Champions

26 November 2019

TAFISA celebrated the Global Sport for All Movement's champions and their contribution to the community during the Closing Ceremony of the 26th TAFISA World Congress in Tokyo, Japan, on 16 November 2019. TAFISA thus awarded the organizations and individuals who are making a difference and helping promote Sport for All through their work and programmes. 

26th TAFISA World Congress Welcomes 600 Participants from 78 Countries in Tokyo, Japan!

18 November 2019

The Global Sport for All Movement, under the lead of TAFISA, came together in Tokyo, Japan, as the 26th TAFISA World Congress gathered over 600 participants from 78 countries on 13-17 November, 2019. The Congress featured a historic Joint-Event Day with the Smart Cities & Sport Summit, bringing both organisations' networks and stakeholders together. 

The 26th TAFISA World Congress

18 November 2019

Organisations and stakeholders from all over the world came together in Tokyo to meet, exchange, and discuss ideas and strategies to better use and promote Sport for All to create a better world. On 13-17 November 2019, the 26th TAFISA World Congress gathered a record-breaking 600 participants from 78 countries across all continents, becoming the most attended TAFISA World Congress ever hosted. 

TAFISA and Saudi Sport for All Federation Sign MoU

17 November 2019

On 15th November, during the 26th TAFISA World Congress in Tokyo Japan, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between TAFISA and the Sports for All Federation (SFA) of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. As the driving force of Sport for All in Saudi Arabia, the Sports for All Federation is working towards creating more opportunities for all segments of society to increase sport and physical activity participation for all citizens.

TAFISA Attends 1st InSport Multiplier Event

14 October 2019

On 25 September, TAFISA attended the 1st Multiplier Event of the “InSport - Sport Inclusion: Full Participation in Sport by Persons with Disabilities” project, co-funded by the Erasmus+ Program: Sport Programme of the European Union. This event was hosted by Almada Seixal Cerebral Palsy Association (APCAS) and Portuguese Institute of Sport and Youth (IPDJ) in Lisbon and was attended by national and international participants from all over Europe.