It’s all about the process !


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MOVE QUALITY is a 12-month process

It consists of a series of development and evaluation phases culminating in a certificate.

Here are some of the features of the MOVE Quality process:


  • A customised action plan (developed between your organisation and ISCA project staff) outlining the purpose, scope and methodology for the development of your initiative.
  • 2 meetings with all MOVE Quality initiatives (kick-off and final meeting) and with ISCA and/or experts to ensure the networking and knowledge sharing.
  • One on-site visit with ISCA and/or experts to ensure the knowledge base for implementation of the development and that the expectations and activities are balanced.
  • Ongoing consultations between ISCA project staff and your organisation to follow the development process and indicators.
  • Multilateral workshops on topics selected by the participants in connection with ISCA’s Annual Conference and General Assembly. This will give you opportunities to network with around 300 international participants who are looking for new insights and good practice examples from organisations in grassroots sport.
  • Public relations support for disseminating and amplifying the impact/human interest stories of the initiatives.
  • Communications support in telling the story of how sending and receiving organisations are contributing to the NowWeMOVE campaign vision of 100 million more people active in physical activity by 2020.


  • Mid-term evaluation to ensure the process is going according to your objectives and needs
  • End-term evaluation to ensure the process has fulfilled your objectives and needs
  • Additional evaluation as the project management team or your organisation deems necessary


  • Certificate recognising demonstrative improvement
  • Presentation of the certificate – the setting to be decided by you
  • Inclusion on the current Certificate Roll of Honour
  • Exclusive right to use the MOVE Quality special logo on all your materials
Application deadline: 8 September 2015