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The meeting of the Directors General of Sport held in Malta on the 15 and 16 of March 2017 featured social inclusion and volunteering as its main themes. Chris Agius, Parliamentary Secretary for Research, Innovation, Youth and Sport presented two good practices linked with these topics as reference was made to the first accredited course for…

Her Excellency, the President of Malta, Marie Louise Coleiro Preca addressed the European Sport Forum as it was brought to an end through a round table discussion.  The President stressed on the importance of sports being accessible to everyone especially those families living in poverty. She also remarked that sport should be used as a…

The theme of Sport Diplomacy was central to the third day of the Forum. The participants were engaged in the presentation as the forum kicked off with a panel discussion with the participation of panellists hailing from different walks of life. The members of the panel were Steven Fenech, who is a professional local wheelchair…

The day kicked off with a Zumba and Piloxing session for the young participants of the Forum in line with the day’s theme: Healthy Lifestyle through Sport. This session was greatly appreciated by the Forum members and set the tone for the day’s discussion. The first keynote speech was delivered by veteran Dr Simone Digennaro…

Yesterday marked the beginning of The European Youth Sport Forum organised by SportMalta as over 120 young participants from different countries met and discussed a number of issues affecting the field of Sport. The first day of the Forum was characterised by the theme Social Inclusion and Volunteering through Sport which is one of the priorities…

The second day of the Forum had two very important plenary sessions. The day commenced by an introductory speech from the Sport Unit of the European Commission Yves Le Lostecque. In the morning good governance and integrity in Sport was the main theme where Malta was represented by MEP Marlene Mizzi. The discussion focused around…

The Primary Schools’ Football Festival was played in the week of the 1st of March. This event is organised by the Sport Promotion Unit (SPU) within SportMalta and the Directorate for Quality and Standards in Education (DQSE) together with the Malta Football Association’s Grassroots Department within the Technical Centre.   This friendly event, held for…

The first day of The European Sport Forum opened with an introductory welcome session by Mark Cutajar, Director General for Sport followed by interventions by the Deputy Director General Education, Youth, Sport and Culture of the European Commission Jens Nymand Christensen, Petra Kammervert, chair of the CULT committee in the European Parliament and by European…

Following months of intensive refurbishment and maintenance works, SportMalta has re-opened the National Pool Complex to the associations, clubs and clients. Following 20 years of abandon the Government has fulfilled its electoral promise and returned to the Maltese people a newly restored facility of the highest national and international level. Refurbishment works included: Maintenance of…

Tomorrow SportMalta kicks-off its activities in relation to the Maltese Presidency of The European Union as 350 delegates from all over Europe will take part in The European Sport Forum to be held in St. Julian’s. The forum is being organised by The European Commission in collaboration with SportMalta and will bring together stakeholders hailing…

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