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Meeting in Lisbon, Portugal 22-24 January 2020

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Between the 22nd and 24th of January of the current year, following the premises of the Regional Directorate of Lisbon and Vale do Tejo of the IPDJ, I.P., was realized a 4th meeting of the EUPASMOS project. The first day of the meeting was attended by Dr. Sílvia Vermelho who reinforced the importance of this project for different situations, on a national and international scale, adopting more adjusted sports policy measures from the monitoring system that receives valid data and comparable information on the participation of individuals in sports and sports activities.

Project partners from the following Member States participated in the meeting: Netherlands, Italy, France, Slovenia, Cyprus, Latvia, Sweden, Hungary, Poland, Finland, Bulgaria, Spain, Greece, Lithuania, Malta, Republic of North Macedonia and Romania.

The EUPASMOS project is currently in the analysis and treatment phase of the collected data and in preparation of the different final project products, including the publication of the data and the elaboration of the toolkit in order to support information research. It is currently in preparation of the final conference to present the project’s results.

 

Meeting in Sofia, Bulgaria 12-13 of April 2018

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All project partners met Sofia, Bulgaria, hosted by the Bulgarian Ministry of Youth and Sports. The main objective of the meeting was to present, discuss and finalize the manual of operations for the data collection, which has been developed by partners from France, Netherlands, Portugal and Slovenia. Moreover, partners discusses and fine-tuned details regarding the implementation of the data collection in all participating countries. Other relevant discussions during the meeting, included the communication and dissemination strategy, as well as a new Erasmus + application, submitted in April 2018, to request additional funding for new Member States who would like to join the project. These include England, Bulgaria, Spain and Finland, who were officially presented to all partners during the meeting.