TAFISA Bulletin 2017



Regional Tafisa Bodies



PASFAF - Pan American Federation of Sport for All
ASFAA - Asian Sport for All Association

Recognised by

Champion of

Supported by

Ball Europe
Commerzbank AG
Deutscher Olympischer Sportbund
Bundesministerium des Inneren
Land Hessen


Statutes & Resolutions

The initial version of the statutes was approved by the General Assembly on the occasion of its first meeting in Bordeaux/France 1991. Since then the statutes have been changed by the Assembly in 1995, 1997, 1999, 2007, 2009 and 2013. During the TAFISA General Assembly in Budapest, October 16th, 2015, a revision of statutes was again approved by TAFISA Members. Please access the new TAFISA statutes via the link below..

» Statutes (pdf, 47 KB)

TAFISA’s resolutions document the will and readiness of its General Assembly to take special responsibility in selected areas of Sport for All. They also reflect TAFISA’s worldwide political leadership in areas of high priority for the development of Sport for All. Thus, the resolutions are the political basis for various TAFISA’s strategies equally for the benefit of its members as well as for Sport for All in general.

For the practical pursuit of the resolutions TAFISA has established partnerships and is open for new alliances and partners from all relevant sectors. So far TAFISA has adopted:

  1. TAFISA Volunteerism Charter, Warsaw, 2005
  2. Resolution on Physical Activity, Sport for All and Health, Warsaw 2005
  3. Resolution on Facilities and Public Space for Sport and Physical Activity, Warsaw, 2005
  4. Declaration on Peace and Development, Busan, 2009
  5. Statement on ‘Sport for All Participation – Benefits for Refugees’, Budapest, 2015
  6. Traditional Sports and Games Resolution, Budapest, 2015
  7. Active City Development Strategy, Budapest, 2015

Moreover, in partnership with UNESCO, TAFISA has established the:

  1. TAFISA / UNESCO Busan Appeal on the Promotion and Preservation of Traditional Sports and Games
  2. UNESCO-TAFISA Siauliai Call for Good Practices in TSG and Community Development
  3. TAFISA UNESCO Jakarta Call for Action on Active Cities

TAFISA has also developed its own Code of Ethics to ensure that its strong values and principles are endorsed and respected by the TAFISA Board of Director and TAFISA's employees. 

» Code of Ethics (PDF)