"It's lack of faith that makes people afraid of meeting challenges, and I believed in myself."
One of the Association’s unique selling points is its involvement with international partners through the network various SALSC directors have worked hard over the years to develop. Our international partners help to reveal new approaches to common problems as well as provide opportunities for study tours and workshops, many of which supported by European funding, which can be extremely rewarding both in developing new ideas and new friends. This page will help highlight some of the key articles released from our friends abroad. For more information on our international work please visit the International Opportunities page.
If you have a news story you would like to feature on this section then please submit it to the SALSC National Development Officer using the contact details found at the bottom of this page.
Sunday 01 September 2013
Running from 7th to 13th October, MOVE Week 2013 is an annual Europe-wide event and an integral part of the NowWeMove (2012-2020) Campaign, coordinated by International Sport and Culture Association (ISCA) in collaboration with European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF) in 2013, aiming to get 100million more European active by 2020. The objective of MOVE Week is to promote the benefits of being active and participating regularly in sport and physical activity. A wide range of promoters of physical activity will coordinate events including existing and new physical activities for the MOVE Week 2013. These promoters have been nicknamed MOVE Agents. They can include, for example, individuals, Local Sports Councils, schools, Leisure Trusts and Local Authorities from all European countries.
Friday 22 February 2013
Through SALSC's membership with ISCA, we are able to offer our members exciting projects that both reward and develop young people through interacting with their peers abroad. ISCA has launched the Call for Participants for the training of Project Managers programme, YesWeRun.