Welcome to the website of the Federal Ministry of Movement Affairs (BMfB) of the Repubic of Austria.
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The BMfB is the youngest ministry in Austria, and so far the only one of its kind in the world.
The Federal Ministry of Movement Affairs celebrates its 5 years anniversary at the Vienna Hofburg.
Presidential section, section1, section2, section3;
A short film about the foundation of the Austrian Ministry of Movement Affairs (BmfB).
The official Anthem of the Austrian Federal Ministry of Movement Affairs is the first Anthem in world history that was created to be danced instead of sung.
The 9 New Austrians will enhance well-being in Austria by way of transforming typical Austrian activities into sequences of exercise. The exercises foster health and support a relaxed way of dealing with Austrian myths, history and everyday life.
As a result of industrialization and the digitalization of the means of production many traditional crafts, rites, rituals and celebrations are ceasing to exist or have already vanished in the face of globalisation.
In the framework of the “Plan for the International Promotion and Distribution of the Activities and Principles” of the BMfB the initiative for the founding of a Department of movement Affairs of the Swiss Confederation was launched.
In an initiative to relocate the experience of citizens into the field of the sensual, the BMFB initiates the first Universal Database of Favourite Movements and dance steps.
One of the most peculiar forms of movement is standing still. And no one can stand still like a guard of honor does.
Movement Affairs (INAM) belongs to the first initiatives supported in the framework of the ‚Plan for the International Promotion and Distribution of the Activities and Principles‘ of the BMfB with the objective of creating an International Network of Movement Development Administrations in Latin America and the Caribbean.
In the last 5 years the Austrian Ministry for movement Affairs has been present in numerous events focusing on cultural policies in Europe and abroad, lobbying for the existence of an updated discourse on body and perception in the political field.