Launching TAFISA Webinars

24 June 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has deeply hit the Global Sport for All Movement and TAFISA Members, which all had to significantly reduce and adapt their activities to the situation. As the virus spreads, some parts of the world are now slowly re-opening activities, while others are in the middle of the crisis.

Join an International Course in Sports Event Management

24 June 2020

A Unique Opportunity for TAFISA Member Organisations

TAFISA and the Russian Olympic Committee are offering TAFISA Members a special opportunity to take a course in Sports Event Management. This international educational Course was developed jointly with the Russian International Olympic University (RIOU) as an exclusive service available only to the staff and board of directors of TAFISA Member organisations.

Participate in the Global Design Challenge for Sport and Physical Activity!

19 June 2020

Ireland’s leading sporting organisations have come together with global partners including TAFISA,  the International Sport and Culture Organisation (ISCA), TACTHUB, APO Group, The Rugby Site, Sport for Life Canada, PHE Canada, EUPEA, CEREPS, AIESEP, UNESCO Chair for Physical Activity and Health in Educational Settings (University of Basel, Switzerland), and UNESCO Chair in Inclusive Sport, (IT Tralee, Ireland), with the support of UNESCO and Devpost, to launch a

TAFISA Members Keep the World Challenge Day Tradition Alive in 2020

17 June 2020

TAFISA World Challenge Day 2020 will remain a special edition. While the friendly competition between cities and communities could not be held as usual, some TAFISA members managed to keep the tradition alive and promoted being active while following their national recommendations and guidelines for physical distancing and risk-minimisation. 

Don't Miss the Deadline! Opportunities for EU Support in Sport for All

14 May 2020

The European Commission offers various opportunities to obtain financial support for Sport for All projects. Although the Erasmus+: Sport 2020 call for proposals is now closed, organisations can still apply for other opportunities. We list down three such opportunities that are still open until June 2020. Don't miss the deadline!

The ADVICE App for Coaches is Out!

30 April 2020

Although doping is usually associated with elite sport, reports have revealed that some athletes within grassroots sport also take performance enhancing drugs. This may be due to a lack of awareness of what constitutes banned substances, a lack of testing within grassroots sport, and a lack of comprehension of the dangers to one’s health. To remedy the issue, the ADVICE project has designed a mobile application designed to help sport coaches: