We will look for answers and innovative ideas on how to use sport as a tool for achieving SDGs at our Sport for Sustainable Development conference which will be held on 28 November in Paris, France.
Venue: French National Olympic and Sports Committee (CNOSF).
Date: 28 November 2022
Time: 9:30 – 16:15 CET
Deadline for registration: 23 November 2022
Venue: French National Olympic Committee
Maison du Sport Français 1, avenue Pierre-de-Coubertin 75640 Paris Cedex 13, France
9:30-10:00 – Welcome coffee & Registration
Moderator: Ivana Pranjić
Astrid Guyart, Secretary General, French National Olympic Committee (CNOSF)
Sara Massini, Secretary General, ENGSO
Claire Poole, CEO and Founder of Sport Positive
Christian Saleh Hajj, Project Coordinator, ENGSO Youth
11:00-11:15 – Coffee break
Slimane Tirera, Project manager for civic engagement, Paris 2024
Cecile Faye, Secretary General, Project Management Officer for Dakar 2026 YOG, Senegal NOC
Francois Singer, Senior Purpose Partnership Manager, 17Sports
Anett Fodor, Committee member, ENGSO Youth
12:30-14:00 – Lunch break
Etsuko Sone, Japan
Thomas Brichard, France
Leyla Sonko, Senegal
Bence Garamvolgyi, Hungary
Iva Glibo, Committee member, ENGSO Youth
Jana Janotova, Policy officer & international relations, European Olympic Committees, Czech Olympic Committee
Sam Geijer, Researcher, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
Ugne Chmeliauskaite, Chair, ENGSO Youth
Erasmus+ funded Sport for Sustainable Development project united youth leaders, youth trainers, coaches and NGO staff from three continents and involved them in a number of interrelated activities which took place in Senegal, Japan and Europe with an objective to develop their skills on how to use sport as a tool for achieving sustainable development goals.
Participants were equipped with knowledge on how to bring out the potential of the youngsters they work with, and learn how to use sport and act as multipliers for positive change in their local, national and international environment.
The Sport for Sustainable Development project builds on long-term, cross-sector cooperation allowing involved organizations to exchange experiences and methodology in the fields of sport-based non-formal education and youth-led sustainable development, thus also strengthening their capacities for increased levels of action.
The international project team will present the results and outcomes of the project at the closing conference in Paris. Professionals and experts from the field of sport and sustainability will join, to help discuss and explore how we can use sport for sustainable developing and benefit of society.
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