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Move Congress 2015: Advocate, Innovate, Fundraise

Move Congress 2015: Advocate, Innovate, Fundraise

Copenhagen’s popular street sport facility GAME (formerly StreetMekka) will be the unique setting for this year’s MOVE Congress 2015 sessions, acting as a vibrant example of the changing landscape of grassroots sport.


11/05/2015 00:00


Copenhagen, Denmark|07/11/2015

Join us at the MOVE Congress 2015 from 5-7 November in Copenhagen to unlock the potential of physical activity research, discover fresh approaches to grassroots sport activities and facilities, build a compelling case for support from a variety of sources, and find out how you can help MOVE the physical activity agenda forward.

The MOVE Congress is one of the few conferences in the world that focuses solely on recreational sport and physical activity. Copenhagen will host 15 expert speakers and 200 delegates from around the world representing a variety of sectors that share a common aim: to engage in partnerships and cross-sector collaborations that motivate more people to be physically active.

This year will feature the most interactive MOVE Congress programme yet. Gain hands-on experience in using data as an advocacy tool, discovering fundraising opportunities available to your organisation, joining in behind-the-scenes tours of some of Copenhagen’s most innovative recreational sport facilities, and learning about growing trends in physical activity.

Friday 6.11: Interactive Congress sessions
  • Advocate - Inactivity time bomb: Using data as an advocacy tool
  • Innovate - Reaching the hard-to-reach through effective initiatives and campaigns
  • Growing trends in physical activity
  • Leveraging mass events for sustainable physical activity participation

Saturday 7.11: Professional development training sessions and study tour

  • Fundraise - Increasing income from corporate, foundation and governmental donors
  • Innovate - Visit the street. Behind-the-scenes of Copenhagen’s street sport hub
  • Study tour: Danish design meets sport and recreation facilities

Visit the MOVE Congress website

[This article has been edited by the Operating Team]