PASS Project : Physical Activity Serving Society
OBJECTIVES AND MISSIONS
The main goal of the PASS project is to propose political and strategic actions in order to promote physical activity in Europe. It is inspired by the Designed to Move campaign, already launched on several other continents.More specifically, the starting point of the reflexion is an alarming situation: levels of physical inactivity have reached an unprecedented peak in Europe. Indeed, according to the latest Eurobarometer survey on Sport and Physical Activity, 42% of EU citizens do not engage in physical activity at all.Consequently, our project aims at:
- Documenting… the scale, costs and consequences of the physical activity crisis in Europe.
- Raising awareness… of the physical inactivity crisis to decision-makers – and the need to make HEPA more of a transversal political priority.
- Engaging… change-makers and sport prescribers in critical sectors to show how HEPA can align with their objectives.
Infos and ressources
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Sport and Citizenship embarked on a 36-month European project entitled Physical activity Serving Society (PASS). With the support of sixRead more
Cities, the contemporary pathway to healthy lifestyles Sport and Citizenship embarked on a 36-month European project entitled Physical activity ServingRead more
PASS Final Conference How to bridge the gap in physical activity promotion ? 5 December 2017 - 14:00 - 16:00 SOFITEL BRUSSELSRead more
Sport and Citizenship invited to present PASS project milestones to the EP’s Sport Intergroup
PASS project found that 210 million Europeans are inactive, costing the EU28 80 billion euros/ yearRead more
PASS Project - Presentations at the 3rd workshop in Ljubljana Find below all the presentations made during the 3rd PASSRead more
Co-organised by TAFISA and Sport and Citizenship this last workshop of the PASS project gathered more than 80 participants fromRead more
The European Parliament’s ‘Report on an integrated approach to Sport Policy: good governance, accessibility and integrity’ and its significance for Sport and Citizenship’s PACTE project
The Report echoes Sport and Citizenship’s arguments on the benefits of physical activityRead more