Sport et Citoyenneté

Le sport a ce pouvoir unique de transcender les barrières existantes entre les êtres humains pour les fédérer dans l’effort. A ce titre, il fait partie des meilleurs remèdes contre l’obscurantisme, la discrimination et l’intolérance. C’est un langage universel ayant le pouvoir de rendre à l’homme son humanité, sa dignité.   Voilà le constat du… » read more

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The European Healthy Stadia Network publishes a set of new guidance materials to help sports organisations implement effective tobacco control policies at sports stadia. Developed in close consultation with venue managers, security managers and tobacco control experts from World Heart Federation, the guidelines were officially launched to UEFA’s 54 member associations at the European House… » read more

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The social and inclusive dimension of sport is not anymore to prove. However, too little is set up to facilitate its access to disabled people. Among the 80 million disabled people living in the EU, 50% declared they had never participated to any sport activity. This observation was the central issue at yesterday’s conference on… » read more

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The integrity of sport is under threat and the challenges are both global and constantly evolving. Without integrity, sport is meaningless. Breaches of integrity not only damage the values of sport, but also erode its popularity, commercial viability and ultimately, its survival. In response to these threats, the ICSS has established a specialist Sport Integrity… » read more

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An exclusive Repucom study for the Sport and Citizenship think tank published in November 2015 outlines various trends in the way French people do sport. At home, outdoors, in a gym, in the workplace or on daily journeys…. These are the main conclusions of the enquiry.   In 2015, 4 out of 5 French citizens… » read more

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