ASPIRE Sport gathered policy-makers, scientists, practitioners and a wide range of interested stakeholders from the sport community to its Final Conference. The Conference aim was to present key
7 months, 9 European cities, 9 training sessions, presentations, meetings, hundreds of coffees and even more inspirational discussions - the last training session planned as part of the ASPIRE Sport
“A 360 degree perspective on inclusion through sport”
Almost 50 representatives from the world of federations, universities and administration, as well as the third social sector, took part in the
Sofia, European Capital of Sport in 2018 was the host City of the seventh ASPIRE Sport training session.
The audience consisted of representatives of the Bulgarian Red Cross, the Caritas Foundation
The 6th ASPIRE Sport training session was held at a special venue of the Olympic Velodrome in Athens. The training was co-organised by the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sport and the General
“Inspire and get inspired” – has been the motto of the ASPIRE training session in Germany, which provided an opportunity for practitioners from Sweden and Germany to exchange and learn from the
History and the present shook hands on 29 January 2019, as the fourth Training Session of the ASPIRE project took place in Mechelen, Belgium. The event was organised by Sport Flanders, the Belgian
2019 starts very intensively for the ASPIRE Sport project. The German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) e.V. and the sport organisation of Sweden, Riksidrottsforbundet meet to organize the 5th
The 4th session will be opened by Philippe Paquay of Sport Vlaanderen and the CEO of
The 3rd European ASPIRE Sport training session, co-organized by the Finnish Olympic Committee and ASPIRE Sports was held on the 12 December 2019 in Helsinki at the Taitotalo Centre.
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