International Student Physical Education and Sports Centre (ISPESC)
1991 Prague Czech Rep
1991, Prague (Czech Rep), as a specialized student structure of U-XB2780 - International Union of Students (IUS). Previously, within IUS, there existed a Sports Council of the International Union of Students. As of 1991 "under reorganization". No recent activity reported since 1991.
Encouraging the mass development of student sport, active student involvement in sports activities and physical education on a national, regional and international level; promote the access of all students to sports facilities and the incorporation of physical education and sports as a part of the regular curriculum irrespective of their field of studies; contribute to the achievement of international understanding, mutual respect, friendship, cooperation and peace among students through various sports activities and student sports exchanges; facilitate the participation of female students in sports activities; facilitate the participation in sports activities of handicapped or disabled students; cooperate with the student and other sport organizations, participate in their activities, and contribute to the strengthening of the international student sports movement.
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Administered by Director. Activities supervised by IUS Executive Secretariat.
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