European Project: PACTE project final webinar

European Project: PACTE project final webinar

PACTE FINAL WEBINAR

 

After almost 3 years of collaboration and ambitious work, PACTE project partners prepare to offer a last memorable event to stakeholders, which will be held on Thursday 26 November afternoon.

 

Dedicated to understanding how to improve physical activity rates at municipal level and on the creation of Active Cities, the PACTE project will launch its final, and most ambitious, deliverable yet – the Matrix for Change. This freely accessible and easy-to-use interactive tool will allow for municipalities to create their own Active City Action Plan, which will guide them to become an Active City.

 

With over 200 million inactive citizens, physical inactivity has become one of the most pressing challenges in Europe. Despite growing scientific evidence, and political attention, on the vast benefits of promoting healthy lifestyles at national and European levels in recent years, the sedentary crisis continues to grow.

 

We believe there is an opportunity to reverse this trend and that municipalities have a fundamental role to play.

 

 

PROVISIONAL AGENDA

 

Opening and Introduction

– Laurent Thieule, Sport and Citizenship Think tank International

– International Council of Sport Science and Physical Education

Panel Discussion – The need for a cross-sectoral promotion of SPA at local level

– Jean-François Laurent, TAFISA

– Froso Christofides, European Cyclist Federation

– Nicky Yates, Liverpool City Council

– Paula Noguiera, Guimaraes municipality

European and Institutional State-of-Play

Keynote

 Closing

 

 

Join us on Thursday, the 26th of November!

 

Registrations are open

 

 

ABOUT THE EUROPEAN PROJECT PACTE

 

Promoting Active Cities Throughout Europe is a three year project, financed by the Erasmus + program, which focuses on physical activity rates across Europe from a municipal perspective and on the creation of Active Cities.

A project undertaken by

 

European Project PACTE partners

 

 

Lean more on the PACTE project: http://www.pacteproject.com/

Discover more European projects from the EFCS: https://www.efcs.org/erasmus-projects/