European Traditional Sports and Games Association
Viewing posts from: September 2019

QUINA CANYA! JOGUINETES

by Biel Pubill Soler in Books

The book Quina canya! Joguinetes, written by Miqui Giménez and Biel Pubill, has just been published! The book has more than 150 pages filled with instructions to build more than 60 popular toys and instruments designed to chop, scratch, blow, throw, scrub, think… And, mostly, to share! Of course, all the toys and instruments are made of cane.

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17th edition of Tocatì in Verona

by Biel Pubill Soler in Festivales

Several delegations of AEJeST were present at the 17th edition of Tocatì in Verona from 12 to 16 September 2019.

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AEJeST in Madagascar

by Biel Pubill Soler in Meetings, UNESCO

Pere Lavega president of AEJeST participates in the First Regional Conference of African Ministers on the Implementation of the Kazan Action Plan (KAP) in Africa, in Antananarivo, Madagascar (10-13 September 2019).

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2nd Meeting of UNESCO-Listed Martial Arts Promotion Committee

by Biel Pubill Soler in Meetings, UNESCO

From 27th August to 2nd September Pere Lavega president of AEJeST has attended the 2nd Meeting of UNESCO-Listed Martial Arts Promotion Committee.

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Project of creation for a Croatian National Association of Traditional Games and Sports

by Biel Pubill Soler in Meetings

Members of Istarski Pljockarski Savez (IPS) was for the second year guests on one of greatest manifestation held in Croatia, in locality of Brodjanci on the eastern Slavonia. The manifestation started in 1973 and this year was the 47th edition, with about 900 participants in 20 disciplines.

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The Slingshot with Honda Balear exhibited in León

by Biel Pubill Soler in Festivales

On August 8th, coinciding with the “XXIV Valdearcos Cultural Week”, a small town in the south of the province of León (Spain), Mr. Pep Ribas from Ibiza, President of the Balearic Federation, hold a conference on the history of sling shooting which was entitled ‘The mercenary slingers of the Balearic Islands in Roman times’. On Sunday, August 11th there was an exhibition and a competition with free registration.

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