ENAS has decided to partner the application for Erasmus + funding submitted by RWTH Aachen together with a dozen other ENAS members.

The project will focus on two main activities:
(1) The identification of good practices for sports and health enhancing physical activities for (non-active) students. The impact of the practices identified and applied through the local collaborating partners will be collected and merged in a Best Practice Handbook as printed practical toolkit, as well as on a web based platform with an innovation map of Europe, where best practice examples will be made visible.
(2) Identification and elaboration of a common, but locally executed intervention with the aim to increase physical activities into sustainable higher day-to-day participation through collaboration with local stakeholders.

We are hoping for a fruitful outcome and happy to accept all best practices on your behalf to be included in the handbook.

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