VIDEO BEST OF
OPENING CEREMONY
SESSION 1
SESSION 2
SESSION 3
PEACE AND SPORT AWARDS
SESSION 4
SESSION 5
CONCLUSIONS

 

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Michèle Alliot Marie
Former Minister of Foreign Affairs and former Minister of State of the French Republic
Ancien Ministre des Affaires étrangères et ancien Ministre d’Etat de la République Française

 

 

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Mr. Willi Kaltschmitt Lujàn

International Olympic Committee - Executive Board Member, Guatemala
Comité International Olympique - Membre de la Commission Executive, Guatemala

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H.E. Anthony Thomas Aquinas Carmonau

Head of State of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
Chef d’Etat de la République de Trinité et Tobago

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H.E. Mrs. Aminata Maïga Keïta

First Lady of the Republic of Mali
Première Dame de la République du Mali
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H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco

S.A.S. Prince Albert II de Monaco

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Mr. Joël Bouzou
President and Founder, Peace and Sport
Président et Fondateur, Peace and Sport

 

 

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SESSION 1: Sport, a peace-building tool at the service of governments
Sport can be placed at the service of society, and be seen as an instrument of public policy.
How can governments use sport as a vehicle for social cohesion?

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SESSION 2: Adapted sports : a cornerstone of peace processes
Adapted sporting practices represent an opportunity to take action while at the same time allowing for realities on the ground. The development of structured sporting activities
alongside communities can foster lasting social integration.
How can we promote this approach so as to encourage recognition of its values among sporting authorities?

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SESSION 3: Economic models for long-term commitment
Giving the floor to key actors of the peace through sport movement facilitates comparison of existing economic models and identification of specific know-how, with the goal of better understanding the economic environment of peace through sport.
Is there an existing economic model suited to the peace through sport movement?
Which path should we follow to ensure that the peace through sport movement stands the test of time?

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Image of the Year, supported by AFP: A Day for Peace Through Sport

This photography, taken by Emmanuel Dunant, was taken on 23 August 2013 at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. It shows Jacques Rogge, Vuk Jeremic and Novak Djokovic after the historic decision to proclaim 6 April as the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace.
Emmanuel Dunant declared: “I want to thank the Jury for this award. This photography shows that elite athletes can and must encompass their professional environment to contribute to the progress of universal values. The popularity of a champion, won by his or her performances and under strong discipline, can only serve to spread a positive message. The presence of Novak Djokovic, swapping his shirt and shorts for a suit, underlines how important it is to have athletes help raising awareness on sport as a tool to sustainable peace.”
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Champion of the Year: Sébastien Bouche, Champion of France in 2000 with Toulouse Olympique XIII, rugby league
Through his organization “Mixah Solidarité”, Sébastien Bouche uses sport as a means of promoting diversity, solidarity and integration.
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Sport Event of the Year: Encuentro Sociocultural de Pueblos Originarios, from the Gol Illuminado Foundation

This event is a sociocultural gathering for indigenous peoples. It promotes dialogue and cohesion among the 10 indigenous tribes living in Chile.
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Sports Federation of the Year: Oceania Football Confederation

“Just Play” is a program that has been implemented in 11 Pacific countries, targeting 6 to 12 year-olds, helping them to adopt healthier lifestyles.  
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Corporate Initiative of the Year: Ferrero France

Through its program “Kinder s’engage pour l’enfance” and its partnership with French Secours Populaire, Ferrero gives kids from disadvantaged backgrounds opportunities to take part in unforgettable sporting experiences.
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Non-governmental organization of the year: Play 31

“Play 31” organizes football events in Sierra Leone with a view to bringing together communities that have been torn apart by years of armed conflict.
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Special Jury Prize : Sport 4 Peaceful Elections

Following the crisis that took place during the 2007/2008 elections in Kenya, the United Nations Information Centre in Nairobi has developed an advertising campaign to encourage peaceful participation in the 2013 elections. This message of peace has been relayed by Kenyan sporting personalities.
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Adapted program of the Year: N’Tola Sarama Association

Developed in Mali, this pilot project aims to tackle a wide range of social issues by fostering economic growth through a footballtennis program tailored to the participants’ local environment.
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H.S.H. Princess Charlene of Monaco becomes Ambassador of Peace and Sport
H.S.H. Princess Charlene of Monaco hosted the 2013 Peace and Sport Awards Dinner at the Sporting Monte Carlo. Over 700 delegates attended the event which saw the First Lady officially become an Ambassador of Peace and Sport, the international organisation patroned by her husband H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco.
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Yes Will Quen
Yes Will Quen is one of the only duos in France performing freestyle basketball, a new artistic and sport discipline based on visual movement. Their shows feature musically choreographed acrobatics and exciting routines using one or more balls.
   

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SESSION 4: Be an actor for peace
Adapted sporting practices represent an opportunity to take action while at the same time allowing for realities on the ground. The development of structured sporting activities
alongside communities can foster lasting social integration.
How can we promote this approach so as to encourage recognition of its values among sporting authorities?

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SESSION 5: Recommendations
Adapted sporting practices represent an opportunity to take action while at the same time allowing for realities on the ground. The development of structured sporting activities
alongside communities can foster lasting social integration.
How can we promote this approach so as to encourage recognition of its values among sporting authorities?

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Joël Bouzou,

President and Founder of Peace and Sport

 

 

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Wilfried Lemke
Special Adviser to the Secretary General of the United Nations Office on Sport for Development and Peace (UNOSDP)

 

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M. SON Kwang Ho,
Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Sports of North Korea