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Thursday 17 April 2014
ISCA has launched two new initiatives – MOVE Quality and MOVE Transfer – so, as an ISCA member, we would like to take the opportunity to personally inform you about them and invite you to join in the application process. The call for applications is open to organisations and local authorities offering initiatives for hard-to-reach populations, but we are particularly keen to see our members getting involved, as we know many of you are running initiatives in this field.
MOVE Quality and MOVE Transfer are brand new processes that will be coordinated by ISCA in collaboration with experts from grassroots sport and other related sectors:
“Hard-to-reach populations are those who are difficult to access due to a specific factor that characterises its members. Such factors may include… language age, gender, geographic location, income, ethnicity, education, health and accommodation.” Source: Dunn et al. (2012)*
20 initiatives will be selected to go through the MOVE Quality process and 5 initiativeswill be selected to go through the national MOVE Transfer process in 2014/2015.
Received applications will be reviewed for a period of 2 weeks. A decision about the selected applicants will be taken on 7 May 2014 and successful applicants will be notified by 9 May 2014.