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Albania´s MOVE Week

European MOVE Week: 1 million Europeans are set to move in 38 countries


With the pan-European MOVE Week kicked off this Monday 1 million Europeans are set to move in 38 countries all over the continent. Even though young people are among the most physically active in Europe, recent surveys show that one in five aged from 15 to 24 still never exercises or plays sport.
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Albania’s MOVE Week organisers have decided to focus on youth and physical activity during this year’s MOVE Week for a very specific reason:

“The aim of our activities is to use sport as an educational tool for young people. We believe that sport improves not only physical but also mental health of young people. Sport will help them enhance creativity, competence, self-confidence and to be prepared to be independent,” says Albanian MOVE Week Coordinator, Violeta Prenga, of the ADP Albania, who continues:

“In our mind sports activities can teach youth that fair play, cooperation, teamwork and victory, but also defeat, can be part of success. Therefore sport is much more than just physical training; it’s an educational tool that can help solve different situations in life”.

The campaign is organised by the International Sport and Culture Association (ISCA) in collaboration with the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF) and is supported by the European Commission and Coca-Cola Europe.

ISCA is a global platform open to organisations working within the field of sport for all, recreational sports and physical activity. Created in 1995, ISCA is today a global actor closely cooperating with its 137 member organisations worldwide, international NGOs, and public and private sector stakeholders. Click here for more information.

With over 70 members across nearly 40 countries, ECF unites cyclist’ associations from across the globe, giving them a voice on the international level, with the aim to get more people cycling more often by influencing policy in favour of cycling.

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