Held from 14 to 16 September 2022 under the central theme “Green Sports for a Greener and healthier Europe”, the sixth Outdoor Sports Euro’Meet conference aims to increase the interactivity of the event by highlighting the members of the ENOS network. Thus, in addition to the call for workshop proposals and call for nominees, the organisers are launching a call for research abstract and posters. The aim? To share knowledge by presenting the results of academic research or field examples related to the themes of the conference.

Euro’meet 2022: a knowledge-sharing objective around the theme “green sports for a greener and healthier Europe

As a meeting place for European outdoor sport stakeholders, the Euro’Meet is a unique opportunity to share knowledge on contemporary issues related to outdoor sport. If it is through participation in conferences, workshops or more informal discussions between participants, this dissemination of knowledge will also be encouraged by the presentation of posters during the event.
Indeed, Euro’Meet 2022 aims to be a real platform for the academic world to discuss recent research results and how they can be transferred to practitioners and external stakeholders: policy makers, private actors, civil society, representatives of national and regional authorities, nature sports associations, professionals, park managers, active tourism agencies…

Call for abstracts and posters: a good way to meet this objective

In this context, the organisers of Euro’meet 2022 invite you to submit abstracts and posters – either based on academic research results or highlighting examples from the field – that shed light on the conference themes. These posters will be displayed for three days at the heart of the conference venue and will be visible to the 300 people expected to attend Euro’meet 2022.
Also, while a session will be dedicated to the visit of the poster exhibition on the first day by the participants, the posters will also be accessible online, on the conference website, on the ENOS website and in the conference report.

How to submit a poster?

As with the call for workshops proposals and the call for nominees, this call for proposals involves a selection process. Thus, responding to this call – open to projects funded at all levels of the funding programme (regional, national, European, international) and to any type of project (individual and consortium) – implies creating a poster and an abstract on at least one of the conference themes.
The most relevant projects – submitted until 5 June 2022 – will then be selected and presented.