Last week the EuropeActive team held virtual Partners meetings for three EU funded projects it is coordinating.
The project partners of the National Fitness Day for Europe Erasmus+ project discussed the successful National Stakeholders Seminars that took place over summer, notwithstanding the difficult circumstances, and the progress that is being made with the very promising National Fitness Day Campaigns. Many events are planned to promote physical activity and bring people together to get more active and to adopt a healthier lifestyle, as a means to overcome the pandemic and improve people’s physical and mental health. In particular, EuropeActive is delighted to see the excellent efforts the non-EU partners, TAKT, GeorgiaActive, UkraineActive and NGO Energija are making to run a National Fitness Day campaign for the first time in their respective countries, in support of the European Week of Sport.
Subsequently, the project partners of Let's #BeActive project talked about the final phase of the structured exercise programme, which are scheduled to take place in the coming months if the conditions permit. The partners shared the planned activities for the European Week of Sport and looked at the outstanding deliverables, before the project finishes at the end of the year.
Lastly, and with an eye on the 4th edition of the Annual Anti-Doping Forum, the FAIR+ project partners met online to discuss the Forum’s agenda. Due to the covid-19 outbreak, the 2020 edition will be live streamed on Zoom, it will host a session to present the project updates and an interactive session involving the audience in the latest on anti-doping.
EuropeActive is of course thrilled that our EU funded Projects are continuing to run successfully in these very challenging circumstances and congratulates all the project partners for their resourcefulness and strong commitment to making more people more active more often.