The SINN-i network is proud to announce that it will be represented at the 26th TAFISA World Congress, which be held in Tokyo, Japan, on November 13-17, 2019. On November 14th, it will present the Active City Innovation project as part of the Congress’ official programme.
The World Congress will provide a platform for the exchange of knowledge and experiences between delegates from over 100 countries, who will gather in an interactive and open environment to discuss, debate and design the best pathway towards a better world through Sport for All.
Following the launch of TAFISA Mission 2030, the global Sport for All Movement strives to maximise the contribution of Sport for All on the road to achieving a better world by 2030. Under the theme “Sport for All Through Tradition and Innovation”, the Congress will explore the following sub-themes:
- Happy Aging
- Made to Play
- Design Your Policy
- Impact Through Innovation
- Building Communities
Hosted by TAFISA Japan, the Congress will be held in the Toshi Center Tokyo Hotel, located in the Nagatacho, the center of business. It is situated within walking distance from interesting sightseeing places such as the Japanese Imperial Palace, the Imperial Gardens and the National Museum of Modern Art among others.
This year’s event features, for the first time in history, a unique joint programme between the TAFISA World Congress and the Smart Cities and Sport Summit that will bring the participants of the two conferences together in Tokyo on 14 November 2019. The sessions will focus on the issues linked to physical inactivity within cities, innovation and partnerships – or how we can build the communities of tomorrow through Sport for All. More than 700 participants from all horizons of the Sport for All Movement, including cities, Sport for All Federations, National Olympic Committees, ministries, international federations, intergovernmental organisations and others are expected!
For more information on the programme or to register, please visit https://tafisa-japan2019.jp/