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ISAPA 2011 Paris Update

Dear colleagues and friends,

The International Symposium of Adapted Physical Activity (ISAPA) is a vehicle to raise awareness and provide an outstanding setting for professionals to interact with world leaders and international colleagues in adapted physical activity. ISAPA 2011 was planned to be held in New Zealand. Because of the earthquake which damaged the city of Christchurch and being aware of the tremendous work the NZ organizing committee has done for more than 4 years, it was decided to relocate the ISAPA elsewhere in the world. Thanks to the strong support from the IFAPA board members, the board of directors of the French National Higher Institute for Training and Research for the Education of Young Disabled Persons and Adapted Teaching Institute (INS HEA - www.inshea.fr), the Sports Sciences Department of the University Paris West and the organizing committee of New-Zealand, it was decided to relocate the ISAPA 2011 in Paris.
 
We wish to keep the program as close as it was planned and all efforts will be made to welcome all participants from New Zealand, Oceania and Asia who planned to attend the Symposium in NZ. And we hope to attract many other persons from other parts of the world. We work hand in hand with the members of the NZ organizing committee and hope that ISAPA 2011 in Paris will give you all the opportunity to make an international contribution to adapted physical activity.
 

I have the pleasure to inform you that a new website has been implemented for ISAPA 2011  http://isapa2011.inshea.fr

This website is still in process but you will find the main information on ISAPA 2011 which will be held in Paris from July 4th to 8th.

For any information you can write to : isapa2011.paris@inshea.fr

 

Hoping that you will join ISAPA 2011, on behalf of all partners, I send you my best greetings.

 
Claire Boursier
IFAPA President Elect
Deputy Director of the INS HEA
58-60 avenue des landes
92150 SURESNES – FRANCE
claire.boursier@inshea.fr

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