The annual FISEC General Assembly took place last weekend in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. The programme consisted of meetings of the pedagogical and cultural Commission (CIRPP) and the technical commission (CTI) on Thursday and Friday and the General Assembly on Saturday December 1st.
The majority of FISEC member countries participated and also meetings were arranged with FICEP, the organisation with which we have been collaborating since 2014.
Within the commissions both strategic and practical issues were discussed and work to be done defined. On the practical level the focus was on the preparations for the games next year in Duisburg Germany, which will be a joint FICEP-FISEC event. The Duisburg games will be held from 16-22 July, 2020.
Venue: The accommodation of the participants will be in a private University Campus called Arca Vitan
Sports on the programme: so far the inscriptions are such that we will have on the programme for both boys and girls: swimming, athletics, basketball, volleyball and futsal (boys only). Additional inscriptions in these sports are still possible.
For more information on FISEC:
President FISEC: email@example.com or
History of the the partnership between FISEC and FICEP
Although both FICEP and FISEC have a long history of organising Games, the partnership between these two federations started in 2011 and the first edition of the joint games, was organised in 2014 in Strebersdorf, Austria (near Vienna). It followed the second edition in Beauvais (France) in 2016 and the 3rd edition in Genk (Flanders, Belgium) in 2018.
This will be the 4th edition, organised in Bucharest, Romania, between 15th and 21st of July 2019.
It would be great if all delegations would be active on FISEC’s social media, click on the Facebook link on this page and follow us on Twitter @fisec1948. I look forward to your photo’s messages, likes etc.
This year the FISEC Games will be held in Malta from 8 – 14 July. Kindly find the URL for this year’s FISEC Games. www.fisecmalta2015.org.mt
More information will be added in the next few weeks. You will also have Bulletin 0 by the end of this month at the latest. As soon as the Bulletin is available an email will be sent to all participating countries.
By this time participating countries should also all have received the accreditation cards for you to complete and bring with you to Malta. Kindly let us know if you have not received anything yet.