International Workers and Amateurs in Sports Confederation
Confédération Sportive Internationale Travailliste et Amateur (CSIT)
1913-05-10 Ghent Belgium
10 May 1913, Ghent (Belgium), as International Workers Sport Association. After being affected by World War I and II and other political events in Europe, reconstituted 1946, Brussels (Belgium), as Labour Sports International -- Comité sportif international du travail. Reconstituted as International Workers Sports Confederation -- Confédération sportive internationale du travail (CSIT), 1993, Eilat (Israel). Previously also referred to as International Labour Sports Confederation. Since 2009, registered in accordance with Austrian law.
As an open, international sports organization, aim for establishment of structures and setting up of activities, especially in the field of amateur sports and sports for all, sports within working places and sports for leisure.
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