2 The recognition of sport for development and peace? Sport can play a role in improving the lives of individuals, not only individuals...but whole communities. I am convinced that the time is right to build on that understanding, to encourage governments, development agencies and communities to think how sport can be included more systematically in the plans to help children, particularly those living in the midst of poverty, disease and conflict. Kofi Annan, Secretary-General of the UN
3 Whattypeof sport are we talking about?
5 Sport for all?
7 and luxurious leisure activity?
8 Sport as a developmental tool?
10 The UN Inter-Agency Task Force report 2003 Sport for Development and Peace: Towards Achieving the Millennium Development Goals views sport as......all forms of physical activity that contribute to physical fitness, mental well-being and social interaction. These include play; recreation; organized, casual or competitive sport; and indigenous sports and games. The concept of sport for all is central to this understanding of sport. Sport for all initiatives aim to maximize access to and participation in appropriate forms of activity. Emphasis is placed on participation and the inclusion of all groups in society, regardless of gender, age, ability or race.
11 The history of sport for development and peace
13 The first initiatives and projects were often privately initiated and mostly of an uncoordinated and donor driven nature
14 Often, their focus was on the development of top performance sport in the South
15 In the year 2002, sport for development and peace also reached the highest political levels
16 The Salt Lake City Roundtable Forum Held in Salt Lake City, USA, in February 2002 during the Winter Olympic Games Hosted by the international Canada-based humanitarian organisation Right to Play
17 Participants: top officials from various UN agencies, including the Secretary-General Kofi Annan, the president of the IOC Jacques Rogge, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and the famous ice hockey athlete Wayne Gretzky Outcome: establishment of the UN Inter-Agency Task Force on
18 The Magglingen Conference on Sport and Development Held in Magglingen, Switzerland, in February 2003 Hosted by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation and the Swiss Federal Office of Sport
19 Participants: from the UN system, governments, science, business, media and the sports world Outcome: the Magglingen Declaration highlighting the link between sport and physical, mental and social development expressed in the fields of sport and peace, sport and health, and sport and education
20 The UN Inter-Agency Task Force report 2003: Sport for Development and Peace: Towards Achieving the Millennium Development Goals Findings: The potential of sport to contribute to achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in the fields of health, education, sustainable development, peace, communication, partnerships and HIV/AIDS
21 Recommendations of the report: The integration of sport for development and peace in the development agendas of UN agencies, governments, and national and international development organisations The mobilisation of resources amongst UN agencies, governments and sports organisations for sport for development and peace programmes
23 Participants: UN agencies officials, government officials, national and international NGOs, and sports federations
24 ac The toolkit... Content: Best practices of Sport for Development in the fields of: Sport and HIV/AIDS Sport and poverty Sport and disability Sport and health Pra cti l tools for: Effective project management Building rewarding and lasting partnerships Capacity building Stakeholder analysis, etc.
25 Athens Roundtable Forum Held in August 2004 during the Summer Olympic Games in Athens, Greece Hosted by Right to Play
26 Participants: government representatives and UN agencies officials Outcome: establishment of the International Working Group on Sport for Development and Peace
27 The International Working Group on Sport for Development and Peace Aim: - Produce a best practice collection of sport for development and peace initiatives - Develop Guidelines for Inclusion of Sport for Development in National Programmes and Policies leading to national policies on sport for development and peace Official launch in New York on 24th May 2005 Secretariat: Right to Play
28 The International Year of Sport and Physical Education 2005 Proclamation: UN General Assembly resolution 58/5 entitled Sport as a means to promote Education, Health, Development and Peace, 17th November 2003
29 The International Year of Sport and Physical Education 2005 The overall goal of the International Year of Sport and Physical Education is to highlight the vital contribution sport and physical education can make in the achievement of global development goals. Through a series of conferences, events and the publication of
30 Expected outcomes: 9Sport becomes a partner in development 9Sport for all is recognized a national priority 9Sport is recognised as an integral part of quality education 9Sport-related private sector becomes more involved in development 9Sport-based initiatives for development and peace are supported, os40.9x9ec 14
32 The timeline of sport for development and peace
33 Next Step Livingstone What will be our contribution?
35 The United Nations Inter-Agency Task Force on Sport for Development and Peace calls for the incorporation of sport and physical activity into the development policies of countries as well as the development agendas of national and international development agencies, with particular emphasis on young people. Has sport been integrated into development agendas?
36 Have policies led to activities?
37 Have we managed to measure our impact or are we still assuming that we are doing something good?
38 Have we developed appropriate indicators for success?
39 Has research been conducted? What type of research?
41 Member states are invited to establish National Committees or focal points with responsibility for promoting activities related to the observance of the IYSPE The committees should engage and include a wide range of country-level actors, including: Do we need partnerships?
42 What type of partnerships work? Which ones do not work? Why?
43 Partnerships between the North and the South - Are we equitable? Still divided into donors and recipients?
44 Are partnerships in the South equitable?
45 Sport for development and peace requires new forms of partnerships?
46 Between the health sector and sport?
47 Between the educational sector and sport?
48 Between governments and NGOs?
49 Between the South and the South? At a national level? At a regional level?
51 Sport for development and peace in the South?
52 Sport for development and peace
53 Youth and voluntarism
54 Who is a volunteer in the North? Who is a volunteer in the South?
55 Should youths be involved in sport for development and peace? Why? How?
56 The vision... Our vision is clear. We see boys and girls running around new and rehabilitated playgrounds, fields and stadiums. We see schools providing physical education as part of their daily curricula and spaces where children out of school can safely play and spend their time. We see teachers trained in physical education and parents, young people and other community members trained as coaches. We see our children growing up healthy, committed to family and friends, prepared for the workplace and the responsibilities of citizenship. We challenge the world to share this vision and to reclaim children s right to play. Carol Bellamy, UNICEF Executive Director
57 Our way forward...
58 The International Working Group on Sport for Development and Peace......will present interim results of the Policy Guidelines on Sport for Development and Peace at the Winter Olympic Games in Turin will present final recommendations of the Policy Guidelines on Sport for Development and Peace at the Summer Olympic Games in Beijing 2008
59 Can we further strengthen the global network of Sport for Development and Peace......by strengthening the toolkit on sport and development and the international sport and development platform having an active post-conference website meeting again at the educational and sport conference in Bangkok 2nd half 2005 and at Magglingen II Conference, December 4-6, 2005?...by organising another Next Step conference in 2007?
60 BUT FIRST AND FOREMOST, what will be your personal, my personal and our collective contribution after this conference with regards to activities on the dirt pitches of sport for development and peace?
61 Will you contribute to sustainable involvement and practical application in the field? Will you work towards consolidating existing relationships and help to build new partnerships among the UN system, National Olympic Committees, international sports federations and NGOs? Will you contribute to stimulate the development of joint projects using sport as a tool for development?
62 ENJOY the sessions of the conference, the interaction with other participants, and the days in Zambia s tourist capital and town of the Mosi-oa-Tunya Victoria Falls: Livingstone! President of the Republic of Zambia Mr Levy Patrick Mwanawasa
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