“Sport for All – the Ultimate Legacy”

Vigadó Theatre, Budapest, Hungary, 14th – 18th October 2015








Arrival of delegates, speakers and guests


Hotel check-in and registration at Pesti Vigadó between 12:00-19:30

20:00 – 22:00

Ice Breaking Party (Informal Welcome Reception) – Trófea Restaurant




09:00 – 11:00

Opening Ceremony  - II. floor Main room

Words of Welcome:

  •  Ju-Ho Chang, President, TAFISA, Korea
  •   Pál Schmitt, Honorary President of the Hungarian Olympic Committee, former President of Hungary
  •   Zoltán Balog, Minister of Human Capacities, Hungary


Words of Greeting:

  •   Sam Ramsamy, Chairperson IOC Commission – Sport and Active Society, South Africa
  •   Tibor Navracsics, EU Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport, Hungary
  •   Zsolt Borkai, President of the Hungarian Olympic Committee, Hungary


Words of Invitation:

  •   Imam Nahrawi, Indonesian Minister for Youth and Sport


Opening Speeches

“Legacy – What is in a Word”

Sylvia Schenk, Transparency International, Germany




“Legacy through Sport for All – the Hungarian Experience”

Attila Czene, President, Hungarian Leisure Sports Association, Hungary




Theme Panel:

“What Legacy Means to…”

  •   IWG on Women in Sport – Ruth Maphorisa, Botswana
  •   IOC – Sam Ramsamy, Chairperson IOC Commission – Sport and Active Society, South Africa
  •   TAFISA – Wolfgang Baumann, Secretary General, Germany
  •   SESC Sao Paulo – Maria Luiza Souza, Manager of Physical and Sportive Development, Brazil


Moderator: Richard Bailey, Designed To Move, UK


Words by Congress Rapporteur

Marian Ter Haar, NISB, Netherlands




Master of Ceremony:  Olivér Török, Hungary


11:00 – 11:30

Break / Poster Presentation Opening  - ground floor Foyer

Jianzhong Feng, Vice President, TAFISA

11:30 – 13:00

Language tables: Joining Forces for the Ultimate Legacy  - VI. floor Conference room

Session Objective:  Explore the partnerships that do and should exist to create positive legacy in Sport for All.


Key Contributors:

  • Will Norman, Nike Inc.
  • Uwe Kleinert, Coca-Cola, Germany
  • Susanne Hollmann, European Commission, Belgium
  • Stephan Rösgen, Ball Packaging Europe, Switzerland
  • Sandra Cress, One World Play Project, USA


Moderator: Bae Schilling, TAFISA, Australia


13:00 – 14:00

Lunch II. floor around the main room


14:00 – 15:30

PARALLEL SESSION 1: - IV. floor Sinkovits room

“Beyond the Bright Lights”

Moderator: Yasuo Yamaguchi, TAFISA, Japan



Gábor Géczi, University of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary


Case Studies    

“Legacy of hosting a regional multi-sports competition: the case of the South East Asian Games in Malaysia”

Selina Khoo, University of Malaya, Malaysia


“A National Diagnosis of Sport and the creation of a National System of Sport in Brazil”

Maria Luiza Souza, Manager of Physical and Sportive Development of São Paulo, Brazil


“The London Olympic Games Experience”

Vivienne Holt, Youth Sport Trust, England


“Legacy of the Beijing Summer Olympics for Sport for All in the Country”

Minhao Xie, All China Sports Federation, China




PARALLEL SESSION 2:IV. floor Makovecz room

“Quality Comes First”

Moderator: Peter Kapustin, TAFISA, Germany



"Policy for Quality" Philipp Müller-Wirth, UNESCO, France


Case Studies  

“Development and promotion of physical activity opportunities in early ages: The Cyprus cross-sectoral example”

Clea Hadjistephanou-Papaellina, Cyprus Sport Organisation, Cyprus


‘Above the Bar – Guideline and Qualification System”

Ágnes Patonai, Hungarian Leisure Sports Association, Hungary


"Quality Comes First - Mainstreaming diversity: examples from the UNESCO Chair, IT Tralee”

Therese Conway, UNESCO Chair on Sport, PE, Recreation and Inclusion of People with Disabilities, IT Tralee, Ireland


“The Sport for All and Sustainable Health Legacy – A Framework for Active Cities”

John Marsden, City of Liverpool, UK & Gabriel Messmer, EVALEO, Switzerland




15:30 – 16:00

Break - II. floor around the Main room

16:00 – 19:00

“Let’s Test Pest” – Field Trip

19:00 – 20:00

Light Buffet Dinner (Vigadó)




09:00 – 10:30


House of Commons Debate: “Leading by Example” - VI. floor, Conference room



Catherine Forde, CANOC, Trinidad & Tobago

Prof. Dietrich Grönemeyer, Grönemeyer Institute for Micro Therapy, Germany


Erika Miklósa, Opera Soprano, former track & Field Athlete, Hungary


Jenő Kamuti, President of International Fair Play Committee, Hungary


Moderator:  Peter Barendse, TAFISA, Netherlands


10:30 – 11:00

Break - II. floor around the Main room

11:00 – 13:00

“Creating Your Own Legacy” TAFISA Workshop VI. floor, conference room


“Designed To Move Toolbox – How to Use DTM”


“Take Back Your Streets… Take Back Your Future!” Supported by The Coca-Cola Foundation


TAFISA World Sport for All Games 2016, Jakarta, Indonesia


Moderators: Bae Schilling, Jean-Francois Laurent


13:00 – 14:00

Lunch II. floor around the main room

14:00 – 15:30

PARALLEL SESSION 3: IV. Sinkovits room

“Legacy of a Lifetime”

Moderator: Herzel Hagay, TAFISA, Israel




Szilvia Perényi, University of Debrecen, Hungary


Case Studies    

“The Danish Vision to make Citizens more Physical Active”

Preben Staun, National Olympic Committee and Sports Confederation, Denmark


“BWF Development and Sport for All “Giving every child a chance to play”

Ian Wright, Badminton World Federation, Malaysia


“Strategies for Exercise Promotion in Taipei: Application of Affordance”

Hank Jwo, National Taiwan Normal University, Chinese Taipei      


“What legacy means for my Sport”

Etele Baráth, Hungarian Canoe Federation, Hungary




PARALLEL SESSION 4: IV. floor Makovecz room

“Know Your Roots”

Moderator:  Mitra Rouhi Dehkordi, TAFISA, Iran




Jean-Francois Laurent, TAFISA, France


Case Studies  

“Attack from the Sea - A New Approach to Promote Physical Activity and Games in the Society”

Finn Berggren, Gerlev Play Park, Denmark


“A New Approach – Regional TAFISA TSG Centre”

Ravi Sahu, HVP Mandal Amravati, India               


“Uniting a Multi – Cultural Country through Traditional Sports”

Iskandar Zulkarnain, FORMI, Indonesia


„How to Promote Traditional Sports through Event Marketing – the European Games 2018”

Anne Jochum de Vries, Sport Frysland, Netherlands





15:30 – 16:30

Networking Session (incl. coffee break) VI. floor - Conference room

16:30 – 16:45

Registration TAFISA General Assembly in front of Makovecz room

17:00 – 20:00

TAFISA General Assembly - IV. Makovecz room

Film Screening: “The World of the Little Medic” IV. floor Sinkovits room


Moderator: Dietrich Grönemeyer


20:00 – 22:00

Free Evening





09:00 – 10:30


World Cafe: “Legacy of a Lifetime” – The Human Capital Model - VI. floor Conference room



Richard Bailey, UK


10:30 – 11:00

Break -  II. floor around the Main room

11:00 – 12:30

PARALLEL SESSION 5: IV. floor Sinkovits room

“Leading by Example”

Moderator: Denis Karakasis, TAFISA, Greece




Nevena Vukasinovic & Paolo Emilio Adami, ENGSO Youth


Case Studies  

“Active Kid Movement – The Case of Macao”

Dilsad Ahmed PhD, University of Macao (China)


“Wake Up Australia”

Hon. Brian Dixon, Life Be in It, Australia


“Attitudes of male college students towards physical activity and physical education curriculum”

Mohamed Hamdan Hashem, King Fahd University, Saudi Arabia


“Survey and Development of Sport for All in Hungarian University Sport”

Mózes Székely




PARALLEL SESSION 6: IV. floor Makovecz room

“Lasting Legacy in the City Setting”

Moderator: Jorma Savola, TAFISA, Finland




Cathryn Carlile, City of Richmond, Canada


Case Studies

“Building a Green City with Active Citizens Involvement”

Amadeu Portilha, City of Guimaraes, Portugal



“Becoming an Active City ”

Hüseyin Mutlu Akpinar, Mayor, City of Karsiyaka, Turkey


“How to Motivate Communities to be Active”

Hugo Alonso, ACES Europe, Spain


“The  National Program for an  Active & Healthy Life – Israel "Efsharibari"

Shlomit Nir Tor, Ministry of Culture and Sport, Israel




12:30 – 13:00

Congress Conclusions II. floor Main room


Rapporteur:  Marian ter Haar, NISB, Netherlands


13:00 – 14:00

Lunch - II. Floor around the Main room

14:00 – 18:00

Hop on Hop off Sightseeing Tour

19:00 – 22:00

CLOSING CEREMONY at Budapest Marriott Hotel

Awarding Ceremony

Invitation Speech to TAFISA World Congress 2017, Korea

Gala Dinner – Announcement of Games 2016

Farewell Party





Check-out and departure of delegates.