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Active Workplace, Healthy Lifestyle
Start date: May 1, 2015, End date: Apr 30, 2016 PROJECT  FINISHED 

« Active Workplace, Healthy Lifestyle » (AWHL) aims at raising physical activity rates in Europe through integrating physical activities and sport programmes within the workplace. Actions from AWHL will take place during EWoS by making European employees and companies active and raise knowledge to decision makers about benefits of company sport (social, health, communication, economic issues). AWHL applicant is European Federation for Company Sport (EFCS), official partner of EWoS since EU Sport Forum in Milan in December 2014.The project includes multicountries activities in 14 countries under support of EFCS members from Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Malta, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden.During this project, national events will be organized focusing on four main criteria:• make participants practicing physical activity• educate, inform and promote company sport added value and benefits• business and company context• leisure and recreational dimension rather than competitionThrough an engaged and various network gathering key actors around the field of company sport (companies’ decision makers, chambers of commerce, employers and employees trade unions, human resources associations, health organisations and insurances, public executives, media, other sport federations…), the objective is to gather at least 500 companies and 13,000 participants all over Europe.Communication targeted actions to provide AWHL, EWoS and company sport, a local, national and European visibility and dissemination activities will ensure durable and regular collaborations with companies to implement physical activity and sport in European citizens daily and weekly’s routine.AWHL intends to prove the relevance and necessity of a regular sport activity within or around the workplace and provide private and public decision makers tools and support to tackle the high level of physical inactivity in Europe.
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