INTERACT Project Releases New Outputs


INTERACT Project Releases New Outputs

05 July 2022

The INTERACT Good Practices Collection is Live!

After a great teamwork led by our INTERACT partner the International Fistball Association, we are pleased to announce that the INTERACT Good Practices collection webpage was launched during the 27th TAFISA World Congress in Portoroz, Slovenia.

It is now possible to see and analyze over 30 Good Practices implemented by both International and National Organisations at

All the Good Practices are divided by Target Group, Purpose and Type of Initiative and can be browsed through a tailored search tool. Each good practice features – among others –  detailed descriptions of the aims, resources and venues needed to implement the initiative, as well as success factors.

The page also includes a section where anybody can submit to our INTERACT team new Good Practices to keep the content updated.



INTERACT Pledge to Activate Citizens

The INTERACT Pledge Signing Ceremony took place on 9 June during the 27th TAFISA World Congress in Portoroz, Slovenia. 18 International Sport Organisations signed the INTERACT Pledge in front of an audience of over 300 people.

With their signature, the following organisations have taken the responsibility to create a better world through Sport for All for the next generation:

  • ITTF Foundation
  • International Fistball Association
  • World Flying Disc Federation
  • International Functional Fitness Federation
  • International Federation Icestocksport
  • Fédération Internationale de Teqball
  • International Dance Organization
  • International Taekwon-Do Federation
  • Majorette Sport World Federation
  • Confederazione Boccistica Internazionale
  • World Minigolf Sport Federation
  • International Zurkaneh Sport Federation
  • World Judo Federation
  • World Jiu Jitsu Confederation
  • Badminton World Federation
  • World Pilates Confederation
  • International Tchoukball Federation
  • International Jump Rope Union
The Pledge Signatories in Slovenia

Through the pledge’s resolution, based on international and European Policy Papers, signatories commit to:

  • Integrate Sport for All as part of elite and major sport events, as well as their legacy;
  • Strengthen partnerships with national and local hosts to foster local Sport for All approaches;
  • Adapt sports and disciplines to the needs of diverse target groups. This can be done through the modification of rules, equipment, environment and teaching styles;
  • Team up with other International and European Sport Organisations and share your knowledge, experience, expertise and resources to promote Sport for All;
  • Provide frameworks, support and assistance to national and local members, helping them develop Sport for All initiatives.

The signing ceremony was a huge success for INTERACT, and showed once again how the Sport for All movement is growing.
The INTERACT Pledge is available here. International Sport Organisations interested in signing it should contact the INTERACT Team at More signing ceremonies will be organised in the coming months, with the next event during the 2nd European Sport for All Games in Perugia, Italy, on 23 – 29 September 2022.

International Sport Organisations Go Grassroots

On 9 June, during the 27th TAFISA World Congress in Portoroz, Slovenia, the INTERACT session “International Sport Organisations Go Grassroots” took place and was moderated by Wiebke Scheffler, Head of Operations at INTERACT partner the ITTF Foundation.
Through the exposure of some Good Practices of their sports, the three speakers – Jitka Vele (International Tchoukball Federation), David Cabello (Badminton World Federation) and Isabella Burczak (Union Cycliste Internationale) – have demonstrated to over 50 participants concrete examples of how International Sport Organisations (ISOs) can inspire people to be active.


INTERACT Project Presentation during TAFISA’s 1st International Members Meeting

On 8 June, during the 27th TAFISA World Congress in Portoroz, Slovenia, the 1st TAFISA International Members Meeting was held.15 different International Sport Organisations (ISOs) attended the meeting.

On this occasion, a detailed presentation of the INTERACT project and its outputs was made to the audience by the INTERACT Team. This was followed by an exchange with questions and answers with the ISOs present, who expressed interest in participating in the project.