2019, July 17th
Brussels, 21 June 2019
2019, July 09th
A successful joint-event before the summer !
2019, June 17th
On June 6, 2019, the city of Liege (Belgium) brought its civic consultation a step further down the line towards the creation of the city next multiannual strategy.
2019, May 29th
Head of Division at the Technical and Environmental Administration- City of Copenhagen
2019, April 24th
Head of Departement, Umeå's Municipality and Physical literacy coordinator at Change the game
2019, March 18th
Following the Physical Activity Serving Society (PASS) project, Promoting Active Cities Throughout Europe (PACTE) is taking a further step towards increasing active cities across Europe.
2019, March 14th
On Wednesday 6th of March, the European Parliament’s Sport Integroup has organized a conference on the future of sport in European cities. The event, called ‘Sport and regional development: the future of sport in European cities’ gathered a lot of different actors to discuss the benefits from promoting sport in cities.
2019, March 07th
Mayor of London's Walking & Cycling Commissioner
2019, February 18th
With the Olympic and Paralympic Games on the horizon in 2024, Paris is at the centre of media attention in the world. Will these Olympics be the chance to transform the city and region and to improve the quality of life for Parisians and people in the Ile de France? An interview with Anne Hidalgo, the Mayor of Paris.
2019, February 05th
Co-founder of the Observatoire du sport based in Charleroi
2019, February 01st
In December 2018, representatives of the sports world gathered in Katowice at the COP 24 . Together, they reflected on the role of sports in climate action and launched the Sports for Climate Action Framework to "raise awareness among a wide audience about the need to act for the well-being of the planet". While the conclusions of the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) are troubling, environmental awareness is rising, and the sports world now understand its impact on the environment.
2019, January 21st
Next stop for the PACTE project is its Active Education Workshop held in Berlin on the 21st and 22nd of February. The workshop is co-organised with the European Physical Education Association (EUPEA), the project consortium’s expert partner on the topic of physical activity and education for children.
2019, January 11th
The PACTE project held its first workshop in Liverpool on November 15-16, where project partners were able to welcome urban planners, physical activity experts and city representatives.
2018, December 19th
The PACTE project held its first workshop on November 15-16 in Liverpool, where project partners were able to welcome urban planners, physical activity experts and city representatives.
2018, December 06th
The European Commission has revealed the 4 winners following last summer’s call for proposals, focused on promoting European values through sport initiatives at municipal level.
2018, November 29th
November 15-16, Promoting Active Cities Throughout Europe held its first workshop in Liverpool- whose city council is a project partner and living example of the change that the Active City concept brings about.
2018, November 12th
Director, Global Active City Development, Active Well-being Initiative
2018, July 02nd
This overview attempts to enlighten the evolution of the Healthy/ Active City concept since its conception. This timeline seeks to emphasise the relevance of the Promoting Active Cities Throughout Europe project, which surpasses a temporary 36-month project, given it actively contributes to the fight against physical inactivity and NCDs.
2018, June 01st
The first steering committee for PACTE took place May 29-30 in Paris, and witnessed discussions around the project’s current evolution and steps for the near future.
2018, April 12th
As of today, the PACTE project (Promoting Active Cities Throughout Europe) is taking its first step that, in time will enable it to achieve its goal.