Next Step 2011



The Next Step Conference 2011 will be held in Trinidad and Tobago from 7-12 November 2011. This conference brings together the international Sport for Development (SfD) stakeholders from throughout the world and represents the first hosting in the Western world.


07.11.2011 - 11.12.2011


Cascadia Hotel & Conference Centre, Trinidad and Tobago


Registration form 782 KB


Background Information

The conference consists of two days of Pre-conference workshops (7-8 Nov), three main days of typical conference sessions, including Plenary, Breakout and Poster/Resource sessions (9-11 Nov) and a one-day visit to Tobago (12 Nov).

Themed "Global Partnerships for Development", Next Step 2011 is committed to strengthening collaboration among key stakeholders in the field of sport for development and provides opportunities for participants to reflect on the realities and possibilities of global partnerships around the key areas of policy, resource mobilization and monitoring and evaluation. The Conference is designed to allow for a significant amount of interaction and sharing between and among delegates in an effort to capture the broad and varied experiences of SfD practitioners, development agencies, researchers and leading experts in the field.

Participants interested in participating in any of these workshops must complete the appropriate sections of the conference registration form.

Learn how to contribute to the Next Stept Conference by showcasing your SfD research, tool-kits, manuals and other innovative resources here.

The Next Step Conference is being organised by Trinidad and Tobago Alliance for Sport and Physical Education (TTASPE).

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2 Rachael David Guest November 12, 2011 - 18:07
I'm really proud as a Trinidadian and, as a sport for development activist, that the Next Step Conference is being held in my homeland. I hope that it will be a fruitful and productive one in the field, and that lessons learnt there can go to the 'next step.'
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