National workshop on "Sports for Peace and Development" in Kazakhstan

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A national workshop on the strengthening of sports’ contribution to sustainable development will be held in Astana, Kazakhstan, on 12 October 2018, with the participation of the National Olympic Committee of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Committee on Sports and Culture of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the UNESCO Cluster Office in Almaty.

The meeting will be held in the framework of the Kazan Action Plan, which was adopted at UNESCO’s Sixth International Conference of Ministers and Senior Officials Responsible for Physical Education and Sport (MINEPS VI) by UNESCO’s Member States, the Intergovernmental Committee for Physical Education and Sport (CIGEPS) and its Permanent Consultative Council, as well as other experts and practitioners in the field of physical duration, physical activity and sport policy.

The workshop will consider three main areas of the Kazan Action Plan, namely:
- Formation of a comprehensive vision of inclusive universal access to sport, physical education and physical activity;
- Ensuring the maximum contribution of sports to sustainable development and the preservation of peace;
- Protect the integrity of sport.

As a result of the workshop, concrete initiatives and proposals regarding the development of sport as a means to promote sustainable development in Kazakhstan will be identified, with a view to establishing a closer partnership between the National Olympic Committee of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the UNESCO Cluster Office in Almaty.


Details

Type of Event Category 7-Seminar and Workshop
Start 12.10.2018 11:00 local time
End 12.10.2018 18:00 local time
Date to be fixed 0
Focal point Myassoyed, Arina
Organizer UNESCO
Contact Arina Myassoyed, a.myassoyed@unesco.org
Country Kazakhstan
City Astana
Venue
Street
Room
Permanent Delegation Contact
Major Programme
Language of Event English, Russian
Estimated number of participants
Official Website
Link 1 MINEPS VI - Kazan 2017
Link 2 Kazan Action Plan
Link 3 Sport and Anti-doping
Link 4

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