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The 2019 International Cape Town Sport and Peace Conference as in the years before, invites professionals from government, non-profit, educational, corporate and media organizations. In keeping with Madiba’s unswerving internationalism, this year’s conference is also being held in conjunction with the International Peace Research Association (IPRA), and its continental affiliate, the Africa Peace Education and Research Association (AFPREA). For more information on this conference, see link below!
Be the Legacy in Sport and Life
The 1st official OVEP Train the Trainer course recently took place with the Foundation for Sport, Development, and Peace. OVEP means Olympic Values Education Programme, which incorporates the Olympic and Universal values of Respect, Friendship and Excellence in sport and physical activity. The Olympic Values Education Programme is designed to benefit youth from all walks of life, and all levels of athletic ability and interest.
The Foundation for Sport, Development and Peace is partnering with the Global Sport Institute at Arizona State University, as they are hosting the Global Sport Roundtable: Race and Sport. This event took place on Friday, 1 June 2018 in Santa Monica, California.
More information can be found here:
Breaking New Ground: Values and Leadership for Recreation, Sport and Peace
The Power of a Dream
The TAFISA Reach Out Training Programme, developed with IOC support, aims to build national awareness, cooperation and strategic development of Sport for All. The Foundation for Sport, Development and Peace, in partnership with TAFISA highlight aspects related to:
A City Focus on Peace, Sport and Recreation
Global Regions – Global Legacies: Sport and Peace
Building on the 1st Cape Town Sport and Peace Conference held on the occasion of the Cape Town, South Africa Marathon and World Peace Day in 2014, the 1st Boston Roundtable for Sport and Peace is dedicated to promoting awareness and visibility of sport as a means of building peace within communities, and for youth more specifically.
African Visions – Global Legacies: Sport and Peace
“African Visions – Global Legacies: Sport and Peace”
As part of the Sanlam Cape Town Marathon Programme from 19-21 September, and on the occasion of World Peace Day we are happy to present the 1st Cape Town Peace Conference and Expo on African Visions – Global Legacies – Sport and Peace taking place on 19 September 2014 at Southern Sun, Waterfront, Cape Town.
The Conference facilitated discussions, workshops, presentations and community experiences in the field of sport, recreation, community and youth in the development and peace context and will addressed a variety of stakeholders from civil society, government departments, corporates as well as interested parties from tertiary institutions and schools.