From 19-21 April 2023, the University of Limerick hosted the first transnational partner meeting of the ‘International and European Sport Organisations Activate Citizens–Plus (INTERACT+) project. Led by TAFISA, INTERACT+ is a 36-month project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission, aiming to bridge the gap from theory to practice by supporting and positioning ISOs as key leaders of the Sport for All and physical activity movement. This will encompass developing a new Sport for All delivery model and creating a knowledge and experience-sharing platform between ISOs and their National Federations.
The project meeting in Limerick was attended by representatives from TAFISA, the University of Limerick, the International Fistball Association, International Dance Organisation, World Minigolf Federation, Confederazione Boccistica Internazionale the European Flying Disc Federation, and joined remotely by the International Table Tennis Federation Foundation.
As well as discussing key elements of the project’s development, the project partners also had the opportunity to try out different Gaelic Games.