DEAR FRIENDS

Something went wrong with our 40th Summit.

I never give up of a mission and want to get it up.

Everyone must have her own possible explanation, I guess.

In Borovetz, we tried to discuss the future, the strategy, the vision, the mission, somehow coached by John Shuttleworth. The conclusion was we need someone to lead that, involving everybody. That was the idea with this Summit.

I keep the idea and will fight for it.

All of you, are the people who kept involved and committed. Nothing better.

Here is what I achieve to come up with:

  • Everyone is aware ISCPES cannot pay for travel, accommodation, and food while in Portugal;
  • I managed to find a comfortable Hotel very well located to visit Oporto city. They opened a link for all of you. There are several Hotels from the same HF group; however, we recommend HF Tuela Ala Sul 3* so we can be together. Please do your reservation on this link, as soon as possible. https://iscpesworkingconference.hfhotels.com/
  • For the previous e-mails, I understood 7-8th would be the days for the social program and nice visits.
  • I prepared two programs:
    • A 50 min. Boat visit to Douro river for 15€/pax
    • A one day visit to the North of Portugal till Viana do Castelo, where we will be hosted by the Mayor to visit the PACTE project.
  • Meanwhile, two working meetings are planned:
    • “The future of ISCPES” with several oral addresses according to the list below:
      • Pedro Carvalho – a vision for the contribution of Comparative Physical Education and Sport over the next forty years;

      • John Saunders– the future of International Sports Studies – ISS;

      • Paul Wylleman – Athlete development and wellbeing the critical issue for professional sport in 2020;

      • Martin Holzweg – Comparative studies in physical education and sport – issues, challenges and potential a European perspective;

      • Eliana Ferreira – Comparative studies in physical education and sport – issues, challenges and potential a South American perspective;

      • Walter Ho – Comparative studies in physical education and sport – issues, challenges and potential an Asian perspective;

      • Rosa D’Amico – Comparative studies in physical education and sport – issues, challenges and potential a South America perspective.

    • “The future of ISS journal” with 2 portuguese editors.
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