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    • MOVEment Spaces Challenges: General Challenges
    • MOVEment Spaces Challenges: Active Parks
    • MOVEment Spaces Challenges: Public Square
    • MOVEment Spaces Challenges: Water Facilities
    • MOVEment Spaces Dilemmas: Advocacy / Promotion / Communication
    • MOVEment Spaces Dilemmas: Facility Management
    • MOVEment Spaces Dilemmas: Impact Measurement
    • MOVEment Spaces Dilemmas: Understanding the Target Group
    • MOVEment Spaces Dilemmas: Partnership and Active Citizenship
    • MOVEment Spaces Dilemmas: Connecting Individuals / Communities/ Tackling Isolation

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  1. Encouraging more physical activity in the cities requires that such efforts are part of strategic political priorities. A thorough understanding of the current state of each individual city is required: what are currently the most significant barriers to promoting physical activity? What could other priority challenges be effectively coupled with efforts to promote physical activity? In which areas in the cities interventions have the biggest impact? What population should new policies and strategies target or benefit? Which aspects of people’s everyday life should be prioritized?
  2. People want a greater say in how their local parks and public spaces are managed, but quite often no one asks them!