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IOC President Thomas Bach congratulated for World Fair Play Day

IOC President Thomas Bach congratulated for World Fair Play Day

The International Fair Play Committee announced the International Fair Play Day on 7thSeptember. 

The Fair Play celebration,  launched by 4 international organizations, will be celebrated on the same day every year in the future all around the world. A number of organizations have already joined the initiative, including national Olympic Committees and international sport federations.

Sport Values Education Partnership Toolkit is ready!

Sport Values Education Partnership Toolkit is ready!

International Fair Play Committee has joined forces with the IOC, UNESCO, WADA, IPC and ICSSPE. This Education Partnership aims to embed sports values across school-based curricula. The Toolkit is ready in English, so you can download it right now on the link below!

Manifesto of World Fair Play Day

Manifesto of World Fair Play Day

Download the Manifesto of World Fair Play Day here!

World Fair Play Day took place on 7 September 2020

World Fair Play Day took place on 7 September 2020

/Press release/ The World Fair Play Day took place on 7 September 2020 in Brussels; an initiative of the sports world, aimed at promoting Fair Play and ethical values in the practice of sport. The ambition of this Day is to enable the values of Fair-Play and sporting ethics to be understood as a real component of education in and through sport, society and life itself. On this occasion, all sports players, whether practitioners or supervisors, are invited to present the outstanding examples of Fair Play they have witnessed over the past year and in the future.

 

Opening speech of the President

Opening speech of the President

On the occasion of the announcement of the World Fair Play Day, President of the International Fair Play Committee, dr. Jenő Kamuti gave an opening speech. Please, find it below.