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Sport a growing interest. 1. The Berlin PE World Summit (1999) - The PE situation 2. The Berlin Agenda for Action for Government Ministers and Appeal.

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1 Sport a growing interest

2 1. The Berlin PE World Summit (1999) - The PE situation 2. The Berlin Agenda for Action for Government Ministers and Appeal to the General Conference of UNESCO 3. Post- Berlin Initiatives 4. MINEPS III Declaration of Punta del Este (2002) 5. Council of Europe Recommendations Brussels (2003) 6. UNESCO Round Table Communiqué (2003) 7. UN Resolution 58/5 (2003) 8. MINEPS IV Athens Declaration (2004) 9. WHO Global Strategy (2004) 10. UN 2005 Year of Sport and PE 11. Bangkok Agenda for Actions on PE & Sport (2005) nd World Summit on Physical Education (Magglingen, Dec. 2005) 13. Council of Europe Recommendations Brussels (2006) 14. Council of Europe Recommendations Copenhagen (2008) 1. The Berlin PE World Summit (1999) - The PE situation 2. The Berlin Agenda for Action for Government Ministers and Appeal to the General Conference of UNESCO 3. Post- Berlin Initiatives 4. MINEPS III Declaration of Punta del Este (2002) 5. Council of Europe Recommendations Brussels (2003) 6. UNESCO Round Table Communiqué (2003) 7. UN Resolution 58/5 (2003) 8. MINEPS IV Athens Declaration (2004) 9. WHO Global Strategy (2004) 10. UN 2005 Year of Sport and PE 11. Bangkok Agenda for Actions on PE & Sport (2005) nd World Summit on Physical Education (Magglingen, Dec. 2005) 13. Council of Europe Recommendations Brussels (2006) 14. Council of Europe Recommendations Copenhagen (2008) Some International Documents for Sport

3 Sport for peace and development Australia, Austria, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, China, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Germany, Greece, India, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Mongolia, Romania, Russian Federation, Slovenia,Switzerland, Tunisia and United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

4 Emphasizes and encourages the use of sport as a vehicle to: foster development and strengthen education for children and young persons; prevent disease and promote health, including the prevention of drug abuse; empower girls and women; foster the inclusion and well-being of persons with disabilities; and facilitate social inclusion, conflict prevention and peace building;

5 National identity Economical benefits Democratisation of the society Health of population Social impact

6 Political impact at local level Community interest Local identity Promoting local initiatives

7 Promotion through sport Sport as a interest for investment Sport as a consumer

8 No national structure of sport for all organisations Not enough sport infrastructure Not easy to find sponsors Not important as elite sport is

9 Growing interest of the society and of the government Increased income of the individuals and families RESEARCH

10 IS THE BEST WAY TO FIND FACTS THAT HELP US TO SHOW THE IMPORTANCE OF SPORT FOR THE SOCIETY

11 1 EURO IN SPORT= 3.8 EURO IN HEALTH People that do sport live better and longer 140 billion $ medical care for obesity related illness in USA 30 SECONDS= 2,5 MILLION USD South Africa in World Cup 4 billion investments = 8 billion benefit

12 Sport in History Sport in International Relations: A Case for Cross-Disciplinary Investigation Aaron Beacom University of Exeter The political and cultural dimensions of sport are widely recognised and international sport is generally accepted as contributing to the dynamics of international relation

13 Role of Sport in the National Policy Role of Sport in the International Policy National Promotion through Sport. Role of Sport in Diplomacy. 4. Recomandations

14 Sport important, interesting, activity for free time

15 Instituti Kerkimor Shkencor i Sportit

16 FE = 8 - 8,5 % e weekly load in EU(7% college) hour/week.

17 PE in EU from year 2000 In 25 % of the countries increased in volume Në 56% remains the same volume Në 19 % of the countries diminuished but not less than 2 hour per week.

18 Consider universities of sport as partners Consider physical education in school important Organize national system of sport for all organizations Find stakeholders


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