On July 11th, the 3rd INTERACT+ partner meeting took place online. The partner meeting was necessary to discuss the already achieved deliverables, the general progress and development of the project, and future steps to achieve the project. One highlight of the partner meeting was the presentation of the first successful training of the trainer workshop, which took part throughout June. The Train the Trainers Workshop held under the INTERACT+ project provided a vital platform for building the capacity of trainers representing a wide range of International Sport Organisations. The workshop aimed to equip these trainers with the necessary knowledge and skills to deliver capacity-building workshops as part of the project’s next phase, extending until 2025. In total, 15 trainers from 8 different International or National Sport Organisations participated in the training.

The INTERACT+ partner meeting was followed by the second Theory of Action Building Seminar Led by the University of Limerick. Next to the INTERACT+ partner organisations, the Theory of Action Building Seminar was joined by participants of the INTERACT+ Advisory Board. The Advisory Board comprises 16 International Sport Organisations that support and guide the project partners in developing and implementing the project. Based on the learnings from a literature review and recommendations produced by the former INTERACT project, this mapping aims to produce an evidence-based theory of action for International Sport Organisations and National Federations to promote Sport for All.