These are our next initiatives for the NowWeMOVE events. Stay tuned to this page for more updates.
No Elevator’s Day – 27th April
SportMalta and the International Sports and Culture Association (ISCA) are launching a new social media challenge in honour of the No Elevators Day – “I nominate… NED!”
Want to participate as well? It’s easy:
1. Take a video of yourself doing the NED Nomination Challenge
2. Climb the stairs
3. Nominate three other future Stair Champions
4. Share the video on social media, using the #NoElevatorsDay hashtag
National Pool Open Day – 1st May
SportMalta will be holding the 3rd Edition of the 1st of May Open Day. The events will start at 09:30hrs and end by 13:30hrs approximately. This event is part of the NowWeMove Campaign for which SportMalta is committed to organize a National Event for the general public.
Join the event page on Facebook: CLICK HERE
MOVE Week is an annual Europe-wide event and an integral part of the NowWeMOVE campaign.
The objective of MOVE Week is to promote the benefits of being active and participating regularly in sport and physical activity throughout Europe. A wide range of promoters of physical activity (who we call MOVE Agents) coordinate events, including existing and new physical activities, for MOVE Week. MOVE Week and the NowWeMOVE campaign are being coordinated centrally by the International Sport and Culture Association (ISCA) in collaboration with the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF). MOVE Week 2014 is financially supported by the European Union.
MOVE Agents are the stars of MOVE Week. They make MOVE Week happen. A MOVE Agent can be a grassroots sport organisation, club, school, university, voluntary group, company, municipality/city or individual who organises a sport and physical activity event for MOVE Week. It is the MOVE Agent’s job to choose their event type and location, register it on the portal at moveweek.eu, gather the team they need to implement it, promote it in their communities and oversee it when it unfolds on the day(s). A MOVE Agent is a voluntary position, but ISCA and the National Coordinators in each country can give them advice on how to seek funding and support for their events. Toolkits, posters, flyers, banners and other promotional materials are also available to help MOVE Agents plan, gather support for, promote and stage their events.
SportMalta is the national coordinating body responsible for the Move Week. Follow this space for more information on the events happening in Malta for the Move Week.