Our aims: to meet, connect, inspire, and share knowledge! One of the ways we do this is by giving lectures at conferences and knowledge days. Discover where to find us this autumn!

The Wetenschapscafé (‘Science Café’) podcast welcomes guests Lore Cuypers (Howest - Vital Cities) and Sven de Visscher (HoGent), who talk about the ‘Stad in Beweging’ (‘The City on the Move’).

Finding your way through data: measure, understand, and take decisions for an active environment. 

You can read all about it in our white paper! 

Why invest in Exercise Routes? What are the prerequisites for a successful implementation?

You can read all about it in our white paper!

The Learning Platform was developed through the IncluPAS Erasmus+ sports project. It offers inspiration, tutorials, instruments, and practical examples for you to apply in your own particular context, organisation, or project. 

Do you want to get into the school environment and maximise the opportunities that children and young people have to play, exercise, and practise sport, both inside and outside the classroom? 

As part of Howest’s course in Sport & Exercise, students can take the ‘Vital Cities’ elective module. The module can also be taken by external individuals.

In this week-long session, 140 students from Howest’s courses in Applied Architecture, Sport & Exercise, and Physical Education team up on eight specific cases which focus on URBAN SPORTS & CULTURE. 

In 2018, Bruges gained the designation of a ‘child- and youth-friendly city’. Because 2023 marks the fifth anniversary of this award, we want to celebrate our excellent partnership with the city during this day of inspiration, entitled ‘Building a child- and youth-friendly city together’, held at the Sport Innovation Campus on 25 October 2023.