The EUSA and EGSLF discussed ways in which inclusion and diversity can be improved in sports ©EUSA

The European University Sports Association (EUSA) and Institute attended the conference and General Assembly of the European Gay and Lesbian Sport Federation (EGLSF), while also having an iSport Project meeting in Munich.

The events were attended by Andrej Pisl, who is the EUSA communications and project manager.

The conference discussed gay and lesbian rights in sports, which was titled "How political is sports?".

A guided tour was given through the exhibition on queer lives between 1900 and 1950, which was at the NS-Doku museum.

Andrej Pisl attended the events on behalf of the EUSA ©EUSA
Andrej Pisl attended the events on behalf of the EUSA ©EUSA

The General Assembly was held at the Trudering Culture Centre, where the EGLSF members were given update on specific projects and a new treasurer was elected.

The host of the next General Assembly was also announced, which will be in Antwerp in 2024.

The Rainbow Youth for Sporting Equality (RYSE) is a project the EUSA is working on alongside iSport, where both aim to improve inclusion and diversity in sports.

Erasmus+, a programme ran by the European Union, is funding both projects.