Publication EUSAPA (European Standards in Adapted Physical Activities) PDF Print E-mail

EUSAPAbookCOVER Dear colleagues, I would like to take this opportunity to announce the publication of the main outcome of project EUSAPA (European Standards in Adapted Physical Activities) on line. You can download it by clicking on EUSAPA BOOK (English, Flemish, France, Latvian, Poland, Portugal).  It will also be placed among other documents available at RESOURCES section of website

For those of you interested in ordering hard copy of book (limited numbers) for your library or personal use, please send an e-mail titled "Order of EUSAPA book" to our secretary Miroslava HOLUBIKOVA ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) including your name and mailing address to which book will be sent. As the book is the outcome of project (142271-LLP-1-2008-1-CZ-ERASMUS-EMHE) it will be sent to you free of charge.

(President of EUFAPA)

Third partner meeting of the EUSAPA in Riga PDF Print E-mail
meet_esusapa_riga From 26th to 29th of November third partner meeting of the EUSAPA project took place in Riga (Latvia). This meeting was little bit different from the others, because three representatives from every partner institution participated there - one for the area of physical education, one for the area of sports and recreation and one for the area of rehabilitation.

For the beginning of the meeting functional maps, which had been created at the last meeting, were revised and served then as a base for next work. The main task of this meeting was to create "Knowledge, competence and skills framework", what is one of the project outputs (and it will be part of the final publication which will come of the project). Other output will be DVD with examples of good practice and how this DVD will look like was also the task to solve at this meeting.

On the Thursday’s afternoon, prior the working meeting, a EUSAPA conference “The role of adapted sport in general education system, sport, recreation and rehabilitation” was held. Conference was attended by over hundred participants from Latvia with presentations on topics related to adapted physical activity from Aija Klavina and Pavels Mustafins from the Latvia, David Howe from the Great Britain, Ursula Barrett from the Ireland, Tarja Javainen-Levonen from Finland, Bartosz Molik and Natalia Morgulec from the Poland and Martin Kudláček from the Czech Republic.




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