EuropeActive is pleased to announce that National Association partners BAHF in Bulgaria, IG Fitness Switzerland, Georgia Active, SFRR in Slovenia and Ukraine Active have joined the organisation with the aim of working together to provide the sector with a strong, unified voice to promote and protect its interests at the national level.
The European Week of Active and Healthy Ageing took place this week and emphasised that the changing European demography necessitates innovative capacity-building in systems and services for healthy ageing, and their implications to be more adequately addressed (click here for further reading on this issue).
On October 27th, the CHRODIS PLUS conference on chronic diseases took place online. The conference focused on showing how the good practices, models and tools implemented by the CHRODIS PLUS project can be tailored to various national and local settings across Europe.
With digitalisation rapidly transforming all areas of our society and economy, EuropeActive has recently published a new information paper on innovation and digitalisation across Europe to examine how digital solutions are transforming the fitness and physical activity sector.