Project partners

Meet partners and associate collaborative partners from the EUPASMOS project, acting together to understand physical activity and sport!


Meeting in Utrecht, July 2019

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of a toolkit




Meeting in Sofia, Bulgaria 12-13 of April 2018

All project partners met Sofia, Bulgaria, hosted by the Bulgarian Ministry of Youth and Sports.…

Kick-off Meeting in Budapest, 18-19 Jan. 2018

On 18-19 January 2018, the European Union Physical Activity and Sport Monitoring System (EUPASMOS) project…

Meeting in Ljubljana, Slovenia, 21-22 of May 2018

All project partners met in Ljubljana, Slovenia, hosted by the University of Ljubljana and held at…

The project

The aim of the EUPASMOS is to implement a harmonized monitoring system for physical activity and sport, through the development of an integrated and shared methodological process that will provide comparable, valid and reliable physical activity and sport participation data across EU Member States. This will support Member States, the European Commission, the WHO and other relevant organizations in the design, promotion, implementation and surveillance of effective, evidence-based HEPA policies and strategies across Europe and governance levels.



January 16, 2018

Meeting in Utrecht, Netherlands, 24-26 July 2019

An all-hands meeting was held in Utrecht, Netherlands, hosted by the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment. The objective was to discuss the progress and preliminary results from the…
January 10, 2018

Comparing commonly used questionnaires for PA surveillance

Project partners from the University of Ljubljana have conducted a preliminary literature review on measurement characteristics of the most commonly used physical activity questionnaires (PAQs) in EU countries, compared to…
January 10, 2018

Development of a toolkit

One of the main objectives of the project, is to reinforce Member States' capacity to monitor, analyze, and compare sedentary behavior patterns, PA and sport participation prevalence data. In order…

EU Partners


Bulgarian Ministry of Youth and Sports

Hungarian Leisure Sport Organisation

Movimento Sportivo Popolare Italiano

Latvian Academy of Sport Education

National Institute for Public Health and the Environment

Portuguese Institute of Sport and Youth

University of Ljubljana


University of Castilla-La Mancha

The Public Health Agency of Sweden

Vytautas Magnus University (Lithuania)

HEPA Macedonia National organization for the promotion of health-enhancing physical activity (North Macedonia)

National Research Institute for Sport (Romania)

Ministry of Culture and Sports/General Secretariat of Sports (Greece)

Associate Collaborative Partners

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