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3rd INTERNATiONAL FORUM ON SPORT fOR PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT

CREATING A COMMON VISION

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1. FoReWoRDs
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Message from the President of the International Olympic Committee, Dr Jacques Rogge. . . . 3 Message from the Special Adviser to the UN Secretary-General on Sport for Peace and Development, Wilfried Lemke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

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OPENING CEREMONY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Olympic Order Award Ceremony . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 SESSION I Integrating and Mainstreaming Sport in Development and Peace Moving from Communication to Organizational Objectives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 SESSION II The Culture of Peace through Sport Concrete Actions and Challenges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 SESSION III Sport and Social Inclusion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 SESSION IV Sport and Social Development Legacies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 SESSION V Capitalizing on Partnerships and Networking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 SESSION VI Next Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

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5. list of paRticipants

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1. FoReWoRDs
1.1. Message from the President of the International Olympic Committee, Dr Jacques Rogge

Today, sport is at work for peace and development in countries around the world. That has happened thanks to increased collaboration and partnership between the entire sports movement and its stakeholders such as the UN agencies, UN member states, governments, institutions and individuals within and outside the sports world. We have thus made significant progress in Creating the Common Vision, which was the theme of the third International Forum on Sport, Peace and Development. There could not be a better place to host this Forum than the UN headquarters in New York, illustrating the strong bond between the IOC and the UN, which share the same philosophy and values. We also cannot forget the role of sport as an invaluable tool to assist in achieving the Millennium Development Goals as well as the post-2015 agenda. Let me thank the UN Office on Sport for Development and Peace (UNOSDP) and the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) for their strong support in the organisation. I also wish to thank all the participants who, by adopting a declaration including a call for the creation of a United Nations International Day of Sport, showed their strong determination and commitment to placing sport at the service of humanity for the benefit of society as a whole. However, much remains to be done to ensure that sport is used systematically and in a concerted manner. And as UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in his opening address: By working as a team we can use the power of sport to build the peaceful, prosperous future we want. Thus let us continue to work together to tap into the full potential of sport.

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1.2. Message from the Special Adviser to the UN Secretary- General on Sport for Peace and Development, Wilfried Lemke

This edition of the International Forum on Sport for Peace and Development co-hosted by the United Nations Office on Sport for Development and Peace (UNOSDP) and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) at the United Nations (UN) in New York was our third and our most successful gathering to date. I would like to thank all of those who were involved in organizing and presenting at this remarkable event. The Forum highlighted the close collaboration between the Olympic Movement, led by the IOC, and the UN. In less than five years, the Forum has evolved into a solid cooperation platform. It was a special honor to have UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and IOC President Jacques Rogge provide the opening addresses for the Forum. This is the latest testimony of our strong partnership and their dedication to promoting the use of sport as a tool to achieve common development and peace objectives. I was encouraged by the dialogue and discussions during the Forum this year, and it is heartening to know that we welcomed over 500 participants from all parts of the world, united by one common vision: sport has the power to foster social change. During the Forum we heard examples from around the globe about the different ways in which Sport for Development and Peace can be realized. We learned about the importance of working with and for youth through sport programmes, especially in post-conflict areas and underprivileged communities. We received a deep insight into how to implement protection and safeguarding policies into sport and physical activity programmes. It is essential that we all, in good faith, can send our children and youth to enjoy sport, physical activity and play in safe and protected environments. We also learned that sport can have the power to unite nations and build bridges in areas of conflict. Further, we have seen a strong commitment of governments, International Sport Federations and NGOs to work together as partners to achieve the goals of Sport for All. In closing, I would like to extend my sincere congratulations to Dr Jacques Rogge on his 12-year reign as IOC President. I thank him and the IOC for their continuous leadership, support and cooperation in our field. I wish Dr Rogge all the best for the future and we, at the UN, already look forward to collaborating with the new IOC President. I would like to thank all Forum participants for their great passion, knowledge and contributions. I look forward to the fourth UN-IOC Forum in two years time. In the meantime let us reflect on the insights gained during this edition, act on our declared commitments and goals, and strengthen our collaboration to make them a reality.

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2. PROGRAMME OF THE FORUM


5 June 2013 OPENING SESSION
Master of Ceremony: Mr Peter Launsky-Tieffenthal, Under-Secretary General for Communication and Public Information, United Nations Keynote addresses Mr Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary-General Dr Jacques Rogge, IOC President Olympic Order Award Ceremony Introduction by Mr T. A. Ganda Sithole, IOC Director of International Cooperation and Development Presentation of the Order to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon by IOC President Jacques Rogge Short remarks by Mr Ban Ki-moon Inauguration of a sport exhibition

SESSION I Integrating and Mainstreaming Sport in Development and Peace Moving from Communication to Organizational Objectives
Moderator: HE Ms Isabelle Picco, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Principality of Monaco to the UN Keynote addresses HE Mr Jaime David Fernandez Mirabal, Minister of Sports, Government of the Dominican Republic Mr Wilfried Lemke, Special Advisor to the UN Secretary-General on Sport for Development and Peace Dr Mario Pescante, Permanent Observer for the International Olympic Committee to the UN Ms Marianna Muffy Davis, Paralympian and IPC Athlete Ambassador Q&A session

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SESSION II The Culture of Peace through Sport Concrete Actions and Challenges
Moderator: HE Mr George Papandreou, Vice-President of the International Olympic Truce Foundation Panel discussion The Rt Honourable Hugh Robertson, Minister of State for Sport and Tourism, Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Ms Judy Cheng Hopkins, Assistant-Secretary-General for Peace Building Support, United Nations Mr Jos Quiones, President of the Peruvian National Olympic Committee Q&A session

SESSION III Sport and Social Inclusion


Moderator: Prof. Vicki Michaelis, Carmical Distinguished Professor in Sports Journalism and Society, University of Georgia, USA Panel discussion Sir Philip Craven, President of the International Paralympic Committee Ms Debbie Lye, International Development Director, UK Sport Mr Thuso Jones, Coordinator of the Kimberly site, Grassroot Soccer, South Africa Q&A session

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6 June 2013

Session IV Sport and Social Development Legacies


Moderator: Mr Lawrence Probst III, President of the United States Olympic Committee Panel discussion HE Mr Aldo Rebelo, Minister for Sport, Federal Government of Brazil HE Mr Ma Young Sam, Ambassador for Public Diplomacy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Korea Mr Patrick Chamunda, IOC Member and Board Member of the Zambia Olympic Youth Development Center Q&A session

Session V Capitalising on Partnerships and Networking


Moderator: HE Mr Khaled Khiari, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Tunisia to the UN Panel discussion Mr Alexander Zhukov, First Deputy Chairman of the State Duma, Russian Federation Mr Marwan Jilani, Head of Delegation and Permanent Observer of International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies to the UN Mr Amir Dossal, Chairman, Global Partnerships Forum Ms Caitlin Morris, North America Executive Director of Access to Sport, NIKE Inc. Q&A session

Session VI Next Steps


Moderator: HE Ms Fanny Palli-Petralia, Vice-Chairperson of the International Olympic Truce Foundation Presentation of the final declaration by the General Rapporteur, Ms Nicole Hoevertsz, Permanent Secretary to the Council of Ministers of Aruba and IOC Member Adoption Closing remarks Dr Mario Pescante, Permanent Observer for the International Olympic Committee to the UN Mr Wilfried Lemke, Special Adviser to the UN Secretary-General on Sport for Development and Peace

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3. SUMMARIES
3.1. OPENING CEREMONY
Keynote addresses

Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations

Original presentation
The link between sport, peace and development had been growing substantially over the years, and had led the whole UN system to embrace sport as a valuable tool to achieve its objectives. Several UN programmes, funds and agencies were working with the IOC, the sports movement and famous athletes in this regard. Mr Ban further paid tribute to Dr Rogges commitment to the Olympic ideals and the UN Charter principles. The joint visit they had made in 2012 to Zambia had further strengthened the close ties between the IOC and the UN. Peace, dignity, equality, justice and fairness were a common ground for action for both organisations. Among the projects visited, the Olympic Youth Development Centre was an important initiative as it not only provided access to sport but also served as an essential community resource for educating young people about healthy lifestyles, gender empowerment, life skills development and literacy promotion, giving them energy and a great sense of hope for their future. UNODSP Youth leadership camps had also been implemented with the same approach. Likewise, sport was a meaningful tool to tackle gender equality and to promote a change of mentalities and the respect of human rights and integrity of girls and women world-wide. And sports personalities were role models who had a responsibility to stand against violence towards women and racism of any sort. The work of the IOC and the International Paralympic Committee in enabling of a safe and inclusive environment for people with disabilities was also commended. He concluded in encouraging governments to increase their use of sport as a tool for social and economic development, and hoped that the forum would be useful for sharing best practices and ideas to move forward on this path.

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Dr Jacques Rogge, President of the International Olympic Committee

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Much progress had been made towards creating a common vision in the field of sport, development and peace since the first forum in 2009. Collaboration had increased among a wide range of partners from the Olympic Movement, other sports organisations, athletes, UN member states, NGOs and countless individuals who supported this global effort. Commending the UN Secretary-General for his invaluable support, Dr Rogge praised the long-time relationship between the IOC and the UN, which was based on many shared values and principles. Recognition of the contribution of sport, physical activity and the work of this IOC had materialised since the70s through several actions such as the adoption of the UNESCO Charter on Physical Education and Sport, the biennial Olympic Truce resolutions of the UN General Assembly, or the granting of Permanent Observer status to the IOC. Similarly, he recalled a number of IOC-supported initiatives in favour of communities in need which embedded this philosophy into action, such as the Olympic Youth Development Centres in Zambia and Haiti, the joint projects for refugees with the UNHCR, the collaboration with UNAIDS to educate athletes about HIV and AIDS, the OlympAfrica centres and the Youth Olympic Games. All these projects benefited from the close collaboration of National Olympic Committees, International and national federations, and other sports partners. However, he stressed that more could be done to tap into the full potential of sport for peace and development, and its contribution should continue to be valued in the framework of the Sustainable Development Goals. Progress could also be more significant in advocating for a more active and healthy life through sport and physical activity. In concluding, he reiterated the IOCs strong focus on reaching out to young people and its commitment to putting sport at the service of community building, socio and economic development, and education in the future.

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3.2. Olympic Order Award Ceremony


The President of the IOC took the opportunity of the 3rd IOC-UN International Forum on Sport for Peace and Development to present to the UN Secretary-General the Olympic Order in Gold. The citation outlining the reasons why the IOC had decided to bestow Olympisms highest honor to the UN Secretary-General was read out by the IOC Director of International Cooperation and Development, T.A.G. Sithole and is reproduced here in its entirety. President Rogge and Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon also launched the permanent IOC-UN sports exhibition which will occupy pride of place in the visitors lobby when the works to the UN Secretariat building are completed.

Mr Ban Ki-moon, born on 13 June 1944, citizen of The Republic of Korea, as UN SecretaryGeneral, is the worlds No. 1 Civil Servant. He has served in this position since 1 January 2007. His second term began on 21 June 2011, when he was re-elected unopposed. Mr Ban has been acknowledged worldwide as a peacemaker since the time he served his nation and his government in various capacities, especially as Minister of Foreign Affairs. Since becoming UN Secretary-General, Mr Ban has increased the level of cooperation between the IOC - and the Olympic Movement as a whole and the United Nations higher than ever. He was at the Olympic Congress in 2009, has visited the IOC on two occasions to discuss collaboration, and attended the 2nd IOC-UN Forum on Sport for Peace and Development in Geneva in 2011. It was during his watch that history was made when the IOC was invited by the United Nations to participate in the work of the General Assembly as a Permanent Observer in 2009. Last year, at his suggestion, history was again made when the IOC President, Jacques Rogge, and the Secretary-General undertook a joint visit to Zambia, not only to witness the power of sport being applied for real to developmental problems from which the community is suffering, but also to demonstrate that the international community had to embrace this effective tool. The two organisations are at one in their determination to address poverty, ignorance, HIV and AIDS and NCDs, among others. Mr Ban is the embodiment of the UN Charter Peace. Dignity. Equality. Justice. Fairness. Those too are values enshrined in the Olympic Charter. It is for this reason that President Jacques Rogge, on behalf of the International Olympic Committee and the Olympic Movement, awards the Olympic Order to: His Excellency Mr Ban Ki-moon Secretary-General of the United Nations

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3.3. SESSION I Integrating and Mainstreaming Sport in Development and Peace Moving from Communication to Organizational Objectives
The positive impact of sport and physical activity on humans, society and development has increasingly been recognized and harnessed. Sport as a tool has been factored into national development peacebuilding plans. The UN General Assembly sessions have, over the years, increased the time allocated to discussing sport and adopting resolutions on the subject. The sports movement is also now committing more resources to development, education and peace through sport. However, it is just as clear that sport is still being used as a communication tool by most non-sporting organisations when it has the capacity to positively impact human lives. Challenges also remain with regard to availability of funding that would ensure sustainability of projects, and to the design of well contextualised programmes, or to evidence-based research and monitoring and evaluation tools. The purpose of this session was to reflect on these challenges while proposing better and more systematic ways to integrate and mainstream sport in development and peace. Among the topics discussed was the role that sport has played in support of the MDGs and if it was necessary to define a role for sport in the post-2015 agenda.

HE Jaime Fernandez Mirabal, Minister of Sports, Government of the Dominican Republic

Original presentation and videos 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 (Spanish)

Sport was a cross-cutting link to overcome all forms of poverty, violence and marginalisation. With this in mind, the Dominican Republic had developed a number of programmes and initiatives that benefited its population. It had created a campaign with the motto education and diversity to build peace, using sport as the vehicle to attract, entertain and bring the whole community together. Sport provided a comprehensive definition of health as a state of physical, mental and social well-being. The cross-cutting nature of gender equality in sport was also a priority in his country, as girls and women who engaged in sport enhanced their self-esteem and leadership. Among the initiatives implemented in this framework, over 300 female coaches were being trained in collaboration with universities around the country, and a sports festival had recently been held for women to stimulate participation. Similarly, mobilising the population at large to engage in physical activity and sport was also an objective. Policies of inclusion, unity and diversity were a priority for the government and sport played a big role in realising them. A diversity festival was being organised in June 2013 to promote sport as a means of achieving integration. Engaging in sport was an instrument of peace and development and enabled a transition from concept to practice, from excessive bureaucracy to greater involvement and commitment from the international community. On the peace-building side too, the Dominican Republic was collaborating with Haiti to offer physical education and sports training for students and sports monitors in high schools of Haiti.

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Wilfried Lemke, Special Adviser to the UN Secretary-General on Sport for Development and Peace

Original presentation
The UN and the IOC had a unique partnership as they shared similar goals towards achieving peace and supporting the Millennium Development Goals. This Forum was emblematic of the strength of this partnership. Today it was widely recognized that sport and physical activity could play an important role to support the achievement of development activities. However, it was also clear that development through sport depended on a strong and engaged sports community and civil society. The growing appreciation for the power of sport around the world had led to the creation of UN policies and resolutions about sport and physical activity, and the adoption of the Olympic Truce by the UN General Assembly every two years. Sports Federations were also taking part in promoting sport for development initiatives. The UN and the IOC itself had enjoyed much successful collaboration, including initiatives to promote gender equality, HIV/AIDS prevention and awareness, education and empowerment of young people. The goal was now to reflect and build on the accomplishments by preparing for the next steps and tackling some of the new challenges that had emerged. Mr Lemke further stressed that education, equality and partnership were three main pillars similar to three of the Millennium Development Goals to consider in utilising sport as a tool for development and peace. Education was fundamental to securing a better future for children, and sport played an important role in this. Equality of access to sport enabled people with physical and intellectual disabilities, and other marginalised groups, to be supported and integrated. Lastly, partnership and opportunities to strengthen collaboration were critical to advance common objectives and deliver concrete projects on the ground.

Mario Pescante, Permanent Observer for the International Olympic Committee to the UN

Original presentation
In his intervention, Mr Pescante paid tribute to the UN commitment to peace and development through sport, which was further reinforced with the recognition of the IOC as a Permanent Observer at the UN General Assembly and the numerous Olympic Truce resolutions adopted since 1993. Indeed, sport should not be considered only as a purely leisure-time activity, but as a real driving force in politics, culture, health and the economy. As such it was a useful tool for the United Nations since it embodied both development and peace; it taught respect, acceptance of diversity and respect for the rules, among other things. It was the bridge that united people and nations, such as with China and the USA through table tennis; it brought smiles to kids in Sarajevo, Kabul or Sudan. The embrace of the Russian and Georgian athletes, medal winners in Beijing 2008, on the podium was

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another example highlighted, along with the two Koreas marching together at the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games. And despite tragic events such as the Mexico or Munich killings, or the recent attack during the Boston marathon, sport was continuing to promote togetherness, well-being and understanding, with strong determination. Mr Pescante further stressed that the time had come to scale up action in the field of development and peace through sport, and go beyond the mere advocacy of the values of sport. He proposed the creation of a joint UN/IOC taskforce which would focus on the implementation of concrete, realistic projects in communities in need, benefiting children and young people, among others. In concluding, he called upon all interested stakeholders, Member states and the sports movement in particular, to renew their commitment towards action.

Marianna Muffy Davis, Paralympian and IPC Athlete Ambassador

Ms Davis shared some of the experiences she had gained and learnt through sport in her life. She had been born in 1972, the year when a major change in the US Constitution had happened, with the inclusion of Title IX which formally empowered women and girls to participate equally in sport. She had learnt about goal-setting, tenacity, teamwork, sportsmanship and never giving up. When her life had changed following an accident which left her paralysed from the chest down, she had had to draw on the goals that she had learnt from sport. She explained more about her fears concerning not being able to participate in the Olympics, the dream she had set for herself. Despite all difficulties, sport had remained possible and vital in her life. She had had to get used to life in a wheelchair and had decided that she would thrive and accomplish her dreams of winning a gold medal. In concluding, she urged everyone to draw more on athlete representatives. Athlete ambassadors had enormous power in encouraging people to participate in sport and physical activity. There were many athletes who would like to get involved but did not know how to do it. It was therefore important that the stakeholders dealing with sport for development and peace programmes proactively approached athletes, and athletes should not hesitate to offer help.

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3.4. SESSION II The Culture of Peace through Sport Concrete Actions and Challenges
Examples of how sport and physical activity can contribute to conflict-prevention and peace-building work have increased over the years. The Olympic Truce around the Olympic Games has become a part of the organisation of the Games, with Organising Committees investing more in related activities and dedicating the Olympic Torch Relay and the educational programmes to the Olympic Truce. Part of the legacy of the Olympic Games is the massive programme to engage young people and to imbue in them a culture of peace. It has been said that peace is not just the absence of war. Outside the Olympic Games period, many nations, particularly those coming out of conflict, have found sport to be a unifying force. Yet it is fair to acknowledge that sport alone cannot solve all the ills of society. It cannot bring peace by itself. It can, however, contribute greatly given the opportunity and used in well-designed programmes. The IOC and the sports movement, partner organisations and the UN, particularly its peacekeeping missions, have applied sport to bring post-conflict communities together, improve their relations, create peaceful and safe environments, and promote the well-being of individuals. This session addressed the contribution of sport to peace-building with interesting examples being presented.

The Right Honourable Hugh Robertson, Minister of State for Sport and Tourism Government of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland

Original presentation and video


Minister Robertson recalled that the power of sport to change lives was unparalleled as it brought communities and people together. He praised the work done by the United Nations and the Olympic family over the years in this regard. The contribution of the Olympic and Paralympic Games and their host nations was part of this work. The London Olympic Games had gathered athletes, visitors and viewers from 204 nations in a peaceful setting. They had also placed the Olympic Truce ideal at the core of their plans, with a number of initiatives implemented both in the United Kingdom and more globally in other countries through the UK High Commissions. Moreover, the commitment of LOCOG Chairman Sebastian Coe to run an international legacy scheme with the Games had led to the implementation of the International Inspiration programme which had reached over 12 million children and young people in 20 different countries through sport. And this initiative was continuing beyond the Games, through an independent charity that perpetuated the International Inspiration plan. Another major contribution was coming from sports organisations, IFs, NOCs, associations and individuals of the Olympic Movement who were also delivering numerous programmes to enable sport and community development that made a difference in young peoples lives and their future. In concluding, he called on the UN and governments to continue to value sport as a tool for peace and development, and encouraged the IOC and Olympic Movement to keep prioritising these dimensions through their daily work.

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Judy Cheng Hopkins, Assistant-Secretary-General for Peace Building Support, United Nations

The benefits of sport to society were unquestionable. In post-conflict contexts these could be less evident, although they were just as crucial and essential. Ms Cheng stressed that in countries which came out of decades of war, over 70% of the population was under 20 years old, with very high unemployment rates, and almost 70% illiteracy. The impact of these tragic settings was manifold: easily recruited child soldiers with life-long traumas, idle and hopeless young people, increased criminality, young drug consumers and traders at the mercy of drug lords, and high sexual violence against girls and women. The UN Peace-Building Support Office was supporting activities to demobilise, disarm and reintegrate young soldiers in society, and also funded programmes for community development and national reconciliation dialogue, through security sector reform and professionalization of the armies. However, implementation was very challenging due to the lack of governance capacity in the countries and results could only be foreseen in mid and long terms. Considering these challenges, she saw sport as the best antidote, an easily implementable, low cost and practical tool which brought results in the short term. It built young peoples physical fitness and health, together with self-esteem and leadership; it served to achieve reconciliation and build dialogue, to diffuse tension before political elections, and to inspire young people through sports figures as role models. Some sports-related initiatives had been developed in selected countries but she was convinced that it was necessary to extend them further in the future.

Jos Quiones, President of the Peruvian National Olympic Committee

Original presentation and video (Spanish)

Mr Quiones presented a specific programme implemented in Peru by the National Olympic Committee, with the support of the IOC and local partners. The link between peace and sport was often not immediately perceived, but the values that sport brought together with the physical aspect made it particularly useful in addressing many social issues that their communities were facing. An indigenous and traditional sport, rowing/canoeing was put at the centre of the peace-building programme and was piloted in two isolated and disadvantaged cities, Puerto Maldonado and Aguaytia, affected by drugs, prostitution and other major social issues. These communities had had no opportunities to engage in sport before. The programme successfully brought children and young people together around Olympic rowing and traditional rowing/canoeing boats and techniques; children often walked for hours to attend it. The communities also received fiberglass canoes, with the support of the Ministry, to complete their boat fleets. Five months later, the first Peruvian team had made and participated in a South American championship, a first in the history of the country and a major morale boost for these young people who had a new sense of purpose in their lives. Building on this success, the NOC was currently planning to replicate this project in other areas of the Amazon where similar social issues could be addressed through sport.

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3.5. SESSION III Sport and Social Inclusion


The inclusion of underprivileged and minority groups, such as persons with disabilities, into mainstream society poses a particular challenge in this fast-paced world. An additional challenge is the exclusion of women and girls from leadership roles in their communities. The sports movement has been playing its part to address this situation. The Paralympic Games are, like the Olympic Games, more than a sporting challenge between athletes. They are as much a statement of athleticism as they are about the ability of a people who can contribute to development of society like everyone else. Women and girls, their equal rights and their important role in society, have also been one of the focuses of the UN particularly since the creation of UN Women the IOC and its partner organisations. Activities in refugee camps, directed as much at eradicating gender-based violence as at providing humanitarian relief, demonstrate the versatility of sport as a multi-faceted tool. The capacity of sport to overcome linguistic and cultural barriers, and the diversity of the forms it can take, makes it a unique tool for raising awareness, addressing stereotypes and fostering integration. Much progress has been achieved. However, much more remains to be done to ensure that marginalised groups enjoy equal rights and freedoms to the fullest. In this session, presentations highlighted the situation from the perspective of different stakeholders, with suggestions on how sport could play an even greater role to socially include these groups in a safe and supportive environment.

Sir Philip Craven, President of the International Paralympic Committee

Original presentations 1 & 2

Sir Philip recalled some of the key values of sport and physical education and how these could help promote social inclusion. They could break down barriers and contribute to vital life skills, such as self-esteem, friendship, harnessing frustration and playing within rules. They strengthened decision-making processes, created positive teamwork experiences and enhanced a healthy lifestyle. He stressed that the Paralympic Movement had adopted a new strong message, enable instead of disabled. The athletes enabled themselves while the Paralympic movement provided the stage to empower them. Reading a quote of Donna Ritchie, captain of the womens wheelchair basketball team in the 2000 Summer Paralympics, Sir Philip underlined this approach: Paralympians do not have the time to worry about what does not work, but they are maximising the capacities which work. He also recalled that the London Paralympics had been an outstanding example on how the perception of impairment of the British public had changed due to the positive interaction they had made. This impact could not be forced by laws and was only possible with positive personal experiences. To ensure this unique educational message, a close cooperation between sport and educational institutions was needed. Local government institutions should be aware of the social benefits of a sport for all approach and guarantee it throughout the school system. Everyone had the right to participate in sport, as stated in the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

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Debbie Lye, International Development Director, UK Sport

Original presentation

Protection and safeguarding in sport was an important topic to ensure that all groups of society, especially the most vulnerable ones like children, women, people with impairments and marginalised minorities, could practise sport in a safe environment without fearing violence, sexual abuse, bullying or discrimination. Extensive research had been done in this area, such as the report of the UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre, and the main findings showed that many countries did not provide the needed structure and systems to prevent and eliminate violence against children and other vulnerable groups in sport. Secondly, a lack of information existed at the level of policy-makers. The absence of empirical data about harm in sport and analysis on how to prevent it, as well as organisational cultures which did not often encourage discussion about abuse in sport, were also identified as main issues. The International Working Group on Sport for Development and Peace (SDP IWG) had therefore decided to focus on this topic across all its thematic working groups, one of the main objectives being to enhance evidence-based knowledge and to exchange best practices, especially on monitoring and evaluation. Highlighting some examples of actions in this field, Ms Lye referred to the Norwegian Olympic and Paralympic Committee and Confederation of Sport, which had implemented several projects to combat gender-based violence in sport, and also worked with the Confederation of Southern African National Olympic Committees to increase womens and girls participation in sport, and ran a regional survey for the sports community to analyse the status of the gender mainstreaming processes in Southern African sport. Likewise the global coalition for safeguarding and protection managed by UNICEF UK was another example of an international network promoting a safer environment in sport, through its 11 standards for the implementation of protection policies.

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Thuso Jones, Coordinator of the Kimberly site, Grassroot Soccer, South Africa

Original presentation

The non-governmental organisation, Grassroot Soccer, mainly used football to provide children and young people with social skills and to raise awareness on the prevention of HIV/AIDS. Having grown up in a rural community outside of Kimberly himself, Mr Jones had directly experienced the difficulties of living conditions for children and young people in South Africa. After joining Grassroot Soccer as a coach, he had realised the extent to which children took him as a role model and followed his behaviour. This respect had motivated him to continue with the efforts to use football as a tool for development and social cohesion. He was convinced that children learnt best from people that they respected and when they were actively involved. It was furthermore important to show them that somebody cared about them and how they felt. Football had been the door-opener to young people and their problems in the community. They were learning, through sport, social values and alternative behaviours. Additionally, they learnt to rethink existing gender roles and received more information about reproductive health and existing health services. In concluding, Mr Jones reiterated that it was important that sport for development and peace (SDP) projects followed a long-term strategy and were not only single events. Similarly, the programmes got more authentic if local peer educators were trained and then running the activities. He further emphasised the necessity of linking different SDP organisations to increase the exchange of experiences. Finally he called for strong partnerships with international organisations and sports federations in order to further ensure the sustainability of programmes.

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3.6. SESSION IV Sport and Social Development Legacies


The debate on the legacy of any major sports competition continues to be a hot topic for discussion. Yet examples abound of the positive legacies that events such as the Olympic Games have bequeathed to host cities, regions and countries. These have now become an economic undertaking, with planners working on models about direct contributions to the growth of the economy, the development of infrastructure, such as roads and transport, as well as the happiness of the community and the availability of accessible sports facilities. Improvements in the field of community sport, education and healthy lifestyles are also generated by the numerous sporting activities and basic sports programmes that occur every day around the world at local and regional levels. The potential for legacies is there but so are limitations, as social development legacies do not happen by the virtues and values of sport alone. Consultation among all actors and capacity-building approaches are among the challenges. Presentations in this session were aimed at disabusing the notion that only major sports events could leave a positive legacy.

HE Aldo Rebelo, Minister for Sport Federal Government of Brazil

Original presentation

As the host of major sports events in the next few years (FIFA World Cup, Confederations Cup, Olympic and Paralympic Games), Brazil would witness a range of social, economic and political impacts that went well beyond the cities where competitions would be held themselves. Minister Rebelo presented a number of figures which attested how, besides renovation of the whole sport infrastructure framework, these events would generate modernisation and important investments in urban infrastructures and services, improve public policies and institutional transparency, and generate business opportunities. Promotion of technological innovation and environmental sustainability would also be at the core of this approach. Furthermore it would bring benefits in terms of social inclusion, with the creation of new job opportunities, international visibility and tourism. Another major legacy was the development of the Brazilian sports sector itself, enabling an increasing number of citizens, and in particular the most vulnerable ones, to access sport in several settings. Building new or renovating sport facilities across the country was one dimension of the plan. In addition, the Ministry was implementing special sports programmes to encourage participation in sport and recreation activities in schools, universities, communities, and socioeconomically deprived segments of the population. Among the existing initiatives, the Segundo Tiempo programme was highlighted. Operating in over 5,000 schools across the country, it aimed to universalise access to sport and physical activity for disadvantaged children and young people while improving their quality of life and favouring their social integration. While recognising that the needs and deficiencies were very important in his country, Minister Rebelo reiterated the commitment of the Brazilian government to use every opportunity around sport to promote the right for all to access sport and to improve their general quality of life.

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HE Ma Young-sam, Ambassador for Public Diplomacy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Korea

Original presentation and videos 1 / 2


Ambassador Ma recalled some of the latest sport events which had brought a number of social and health benefits to the communities in his country, Korea. Among them, the 1988 Olympic Games had contributed largely to ease tensions and build peace further in the region. Relations had been established with the Eastern bloc following that. The positive effect had also been seen on inter-Korean relations, leading, among other things, to a joint team entering various world championships and friendly competitions, North Korean athletes participating in competitions held in the South, and joint teams marching together at the Sydney and Athens Olympic Games. The Seoul Olympics and their thousands of volunteers had also had an important impact on social development, with community service becoming since then an integral part of society. Moreover, a wide range of transport infrastructures and sport facilities had been provided to the community, enhancing the quality of life through sport. The same efforts had occurred around the Football World Cup and the Asian Games of Incheon which had developed a scholarship programme for athletes coming from low- and middle-income countries; the city of Guangzou would also host a youth leadership programme that summer; and the Dream programme of the Pyeongchang Olympic Games was already implementing an exchange programme for young people from other continents. In concluding, he praised the continuous partnership of the UN Office on Sport for Development and Peace, the IOC, Federations and other local partners such as NGOs, and reiterated the Korean Governments commitment to putting sport at the service of social development and peace promotion.

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Patrick Chamunda, IOC Member and Board Member of the Zambia Olympic Youth Development Center

Original presentations 1 & 2


Mr Chamundas presentation focused on the Olympic Youth Development Centre in Lusaka, and how it was generating important social development legacies for the community. Launched in 2010, as a result of a tripartite agreement between the IOC, the NOC of Zambia and the Government, the Centres aim was to provide a multi-purpose sports facility and a positive environment that brought opportunities for sports people and underserved members of the community, such as young people and women, to enjoy, at no cost, 16 different sports and promote the principles of Olympism. The Centre also provided for other social and health programmes, such as HIV&AIDS education, leadership skills development, children rights and protection, basic health checks and nutrition, literacy classes, arts and cultural education, and environmental protection and sustainability. With 68% of the population being children and young people, and with numerous social problems such as youth crime and delinquency, poor health and education services, and limited recreation and active living opportunities, the Zambian government had recognised sport as one of the national development tools which needed further investment. The provision of good sports facilities and wellorganised sport-based programmes was seen as an asset, hence their investment and commitment to the Centre. Since its inception, about 10,000 young people had benefited from sports and non-sports programmes in the Centre. Behaviour change was monitored among the beneficiaries and proved the programmes successful over time.

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3.7. SESSION V Capitalizing on Partnerships and Networking


Partnerships are key to maximising the positive impact of sport, especially outside the competition arena. The MDG 8, Global partnership for development, is a guiding model that makes sport a factor in development. The Olympic Movement and the sporting community at large accept the fact that their expertise in organising sport and mobilising and motivating young people can be very useful outside the sporting context. In order to exploit this potential to the fullest, an increasing number of partnership agreements between sport and institutions expert in the field of human development has been established. Indeed, a Community of sport for development and peace has been created over the years, and various channels and platforms are supporting it. Be it North-South or South-South, the pathways to collaboration are multiple and diverse, and they attest to the power of strong networks with multi-sector actors. In this session, discussions were led on the importance of collaboration between sport and various development organisations as well as with governments. It presented some of the largest networks and organisations and how they have designed models of action that cut across public and private partnerships. Proposals on how to grow the networks and develop better communication and pooling of resources were made and discussed.

Alexander Zhukov, First Deputy-Chairman of the State Duma Russian Federation


Original presentation

Sport was a uniting power which eliminated isolation and facilitated constructive dialogue between nations. Partnerships formed the basis of sports and the Olympic Movement. Mr Zhukov indicated that for the Sochi Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, private and public investments contributed in partnership towards the hosting of the Games, and more than 80 different national and local authorities worked closely to create a lasting legacy. The Russian National Olympic University would also be a part of the legacy of Sochi 2014, with a sports administration programme starting in September 2013. Russia was adopting the same approach for other major sports events it was hosting, such as the 2013 Universiade in Kazan, and the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Attention was drawn to the positive consequences of hosting mega sports events, such as job creation and economic development, environmental sustainability, healthy lifestyle promotion, let alone improved infrastructure, housing, communication, transportation and tourism. They had also a major effect in catalysing the rebirth of the volunteer movement in the country. Similarly, sports facilities became more accessible to the public of the regions hosting these events, including a 72% increase in participation among people with disabilities. The Olympic Games also had a catalyst effect on the adoption of a ground-breaking national anti-tobacco law, which would ban smoking in public areas. All these legacies were instrumental in securing the improvement of the general well-being of Russian citizens in the future.

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Marwan Jilani, Head of Delegation and Permanent Observer of International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies to the UN

Original presentation
Mr Jilani indicated that, since its signature of a joint MOU with the IOC in 2003, the Red Cross Movement had become increasingly engaged in sport, partnering with the IOC and sports organisations generally for programs on youth empowerment. The National Red Cross Societies saw the value of sport as a natural component in their youth programmes as it enabled them to improve the reach of their programmes in many ways. The Red Cross had also been a partner of the first two editions of the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore and Innsbruck, where a series of interactive and educational activities around first aid, promotion of blood donation, HIV/AIDS awareness and healthy life-style had been proposed to the athletes and visitors. Within the IFRC itself, the Youth Engagement Strategy was bringing attention to the opportunities that young people and sport could generate in addressing humanitarian and development challenges. Sport was also used to promote non-violence and peace, emphasising sports ability to bring social harmony. Among the projects in place around the world, a multi-day peace festival had been developed by the Lebanese Red Cross Youth Department, which used creative activities to spread the message of peace, including a Run for Peace race around Beirut. In Kenya, a partnership between the Youth Department of the local government, Kenyan Red Cross and UN-HABITAT had led to a programme focusing on vulnerable groups in the poverty-stricken community of Kibera, aiming to break out of poverty, and to build development opportunities and prosperity. Young people were successfully taught social skills with a focus on empowerment and HIV/AIDS education through sport. These initiatives showed the operational gains associated with the cooperation between the Red Cross and the IOC and sports movement at large, drawing on the two largest volunteer networks and shared values, while advancing issues of mutual concern and empowering young people.

Amir Dossal, Chairman, Global Partnerships Forum

Original presentation

Mr Dossal underlined that the biggest problems in society could not be tackled by one institution alone. This was explained in the context of the report from a High-Level Panel of the Post 2015Agenda that had been released the day before, with partnerships being presented as the underlining focus of the report. Pointing to challenges of poverty, lack of access to education, lack of safe drinking water and high unemployment rate, Mr Dossal proposed building innovative partnerships to reintegrate people and foster improved living conditions.

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Sports power to positively impact on young peoples development, both in keeping them from delinquency and helping them to build a better future, was highlighted. Also, the substantial contribution of sports personalities for educational development was recognised. However, Mr Dossal pointed to the fact that sport often remained as a nice comment within the framework of the UNs programmes, and that there was a need to integrate sport into the technical assistance programmes. In concluding, he proposed that the IOC and the UNOSDP, as well as other actors, create a virtual platform on sport, where one could list success stories, projects and experiences. The portal would be a source of knowledge and inspiration, and an entry point for engaging in new partnerships.

Caitlin Morris, North America Executive Director of Access to Sport, NIKE Inc.

Original presentation

NIKE acknowledged that all people should have the right and opportunity to benefit from the privilege of sport. They worked with numerous collaboration partners and grassroots organisations in different areas to raise awareness and build capacity on how to use Sport for Change and to address the health challenges faced in the world today. Sport was clearly considered by her company as being uniquely placed to assist in all phases of human development, including social, individual, intellectual, emotional, physical and financial development. Ms Morris shared alarming statistics pointing out current trends showing that physical inactivity had become the norm. This development was having serious consequences for health as well as productivity in the workplace. Multi-stakeholder and multi-sectoral partnerships were therefore necessary to reverse the current physical inactivity trends. In this framework, NIKEs Designed to Move initiative was developed as a catalyst to unite different stakeholders and establish a common framework for action. It was also particularly important to establish healthy habits in young children through ensuring positive experiences with physical activity from an early age. Concrete steps to move the common agenda and contribute to a sustainable future were proposed, encouraging stakeholders to spread the message, and promote the economic benefits of sports; to align to act, to ensure positive experiences with physical activity for children; to integrate physical activity into everyday life; and to broaden the definition of sport.

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3.8. SESSION VI Next Steps

Mario Pescante, Permanent Observer for the International Olympic Committee to the UN

The Forum had shown that the United Nations and sports movement shared many ideas and a vision on sport for development and peace, and this was reflected in the final declaration. He paid tribute to Mr Wilfried Lemke and his diplomatic work to strengthen the ties between the UN family and the Olympic Movement. He was pleased to see that the Forum objectives had been reached and that shared approaches had been reflected in the various interventions of the speakers, coming from different sectors of society. There was a clear recognition that sport constituted a universal language. Recalling Thomas Moore, he concluded with the example of the Olympic Village of the Olympic Games as an Island of Utopia, in a way an ideal form of society, where athletes from various countries were living peacefully and in a spirit of partnership. Sport had the power to achieve this, for a better future for our society.

Wilfried Lemke, Special Adviser to the UN Secretary-General on Sport for Development and Peace

Mr Lemke paid tribute to the UN Secretary-General and the support he had given over the years to the cause of Sport for Development and Peace, as well as to the IOC President for the legacy he left in bringing the UN and the Olympic family closer together. He stressed again the need to put sport at the core of education, and to ensure the protection and safeguarding of all sport participants. It was also important to target youth with sport programmes, especially in post-conflict countries. The investment in a wide range of sports and traditional games could cater for the needs and aspirations of different communities across the world. Furthermore, all different groups of society should have access to sport and benefit from its positive values. Working as partners was reiterated as a key approach, as outlined in MDG 8 (Develop a global partnership for development). He concluded by calling upon all participants to continue their work by setting new goals for development and peace through sport.

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Final Declaration

4. FINAL DECLARATION
The 3rd International Forum on Sport for Peace and Development meeting at the United Nations in New York on 5 and 6 June 2013: Recognizing the common ideals and vision of the United Nations and the Olympic Movement, to strive for the harmonious and peaceful development of society, Noting that sport, as a universal language, has the potential to increase respect for diversity, tolerance and fairness and to inspire, especially children and youth, Recognizing that, while sport by itself can neither make peace nor solve social issues, sport, physical activity and play can be meaningful tools for development, education, and health, altogether creating a culture of peace, Acknowledging the increasing roles of Member States and the United Nations System, the sports movement and civil society in promoting human and social development through sport and physical activity, Recognizing that the International Olympic Committee has been granted Permanent Observer status to the United Nations, Recognizing the potential of sport as an innovative tool to support conflict and violence prevention and peace building, Noting with satisfaction the continued strong collaboration between the United Nations System and the Olympic Movement for integrating sport in all areas of development and peace building, including the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals, Acknowledging the benefits of sports and physical activity for all in order to create healthy societies, in particular in preventing and combating non-communicable diseases that are now becoming a major source of mortality in the world, Further recognizing the values of mandatory quality physical education programmes in schools as a means of ensuring a culture of active lifestyle, Reaffirming also the important role that sport and physical activity can play in the promotion of gender equality and in ensuring inclusion of marginalized groups, in particular persons with disabilities, Welcoming the focus of both the United Nations and the International Olympic Committee on youth activities, in particular through the appointment of the UN Secretary-Generals Envoy on Youth and through the successful establishment of the Youth Olympic Games, respectively, Recognizing that the common vision of the role of sport in the service of development and peace building is being promoted through the mandate of the Special Adviser to the UN Secretary-General.

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Final Declaration

The Forum: 1. Calls on all stakeholders to reinforce their efforts to assist in the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals, and the post 2015 agenda through sport and physical activity by mainstreaming them in a holistic and cross-sectoral manner Encourages resource mobilization for inclusive sport for all and grassroots projects with a view to implementing long-term, sustainable, and cost-effective sports programmes Calls for the systematic inclusion of underprivileged, minority and marginalized groups, such as persons with disabilities and women and girls, in sports programmes Stresses the need for Governments to ensure that adequate financial and other resources are made available for quality physical education in primary and secondary school programmes and that it is fully integrated in formal national education curricula Stresses the need for increased public-private partnerships with all relevant stakeholders, including regional and international financial institutions; Encourages increased investment in the development of sport infrastructures and providing safe and accessible public spaces for physical activity and sport Stresses the need for Governments, the United Nations System, civil society, and the sport sector to increase contextualized and adapted sport-based programmes for peace-building and violence prevention Encourages relevant stakeholders to include social development legacies as part of planning and implementation of all sports events, Calls for the development and strengthening of evaluation and monitoring tools on the social and economic impact of sport and for more interdisciplinary research to provide scientific evidence and good practices

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5. 6. 7.

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10. Recommends the establishment of a United Nations International Day of Sport and Physical Activity to advocate and celebrate their contribution to education, human development, healthy lifestyles and a peaceful world.

New York, 6th June 2013

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5. list of paRticipants
TITLE Dr Mr Mr Last NaMe Abdel Monem Adams Agudelo Loaiza FIRST NAME Mohamed Yehia Mark Carlos ORGANISATION Egyptian Olympic Committee International Olympic Committee (IOC) Institute of Sports & Recreation (INDER) Government of Guatemala, ViceMinistry of Sport & Recreation Georgetown University Samsung International Olympic Committee (IOC) International Olympic Truce Foundation (IOTF) International Olympic Committee (IOC) Qatar Olympic Committee Generations For Peace Qatar Olympic Committee Qatar Olympic Committee Permanent Mission of the Kingdom of Morocco to the United Nations Federal Institute of Education from Cear Sete de Setembro School Saudi Arabian Olympic Committee General Presidency of Youth Welfare International Olympic Committee (IOC) Qatar Olympic Committee Saudi Arabian Olympic Committee Saudi Arabian Olympic Committee Saudi Arabian Olympic Committee Saudi Arabian Olympic Committee Government of Brazil, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Saudi Arabian Olympic Committee Institute of Sports & Recrations (INDER) Honorary Member Member Member Secretary General President Information Technology Director Coordinator of International Affairs Diplomat Hungary Japan United Arab Emirates United States of America Jordan Qatar Qatar United States of America Brazil Brazil Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia Pakistan Qatar Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia humaidhi22@hotmail.com ssa@treetonline.com halibrahim@olympic.qa sg@saudiolympic.org.sa nafa11@yahoo.com al_saeed@ymail.com FUNCTION Chairman of Medical Committee Director of Communications Advisor Public Relations Advisor Graduate Student COUNTRY Egypt Switzerland Colombia EMAIL yehya_mohamed@yahoo.co.uk mark.adams@olympic.org carlos.agudelo@medellin2018.org

Mr

Aguilar Marroquin

Felipe Amado

Guatemala United States of America

felipeaguilarmcd@gmail.com

Ms Mr Dr Mr HRH Princess Sheikh HRH Princess Mr Mr

Ahmad Ahn Ajn Akashi Al Hussein Al Thani Al-Faisal Al-Jefairi Al-Saadi

Nida Jungtae Tams Yasushi Haya Saud Ali Sarah Ibrahim Mohammed Kheder

na364@georgetown.edu ajt5469.ahn@samsung.com tamas.ajan@iwfnet.net yasushi.akashi@nifty.com v.kamerling@hrhoffice.ae hussamnaim@mofa.gov.qa jstikovac@generationsforpeace.org ijefairi@olympic.qa msaadi@olympic.qa

Mrs

Alaoui

Jamila

info@morocco-un.org

Dr Mr HRH Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr HRH Prince Ms Mr Mrs

Alencar Julio Cabral Alencar Julio Cabral Alfarhan Alsaud Alhumaidhi Ali Almarzooqi Almishal Alnafa Alsaeed Alsaud lvarez Alyahya Anaya Maya

Njila Rejanne Gabriel Yazeed Bin Mohammed Mohammed Shahid Hamad Mohammed Hassan Soliman Abdulrahman M Abdullah Saleh Fahad Bin Jalawi Vera Cntia Abdulrahman Yahya M Clemencia

Professor Student Advisor Director General of International Cooperation Member Public Relations Secretary General Delegate Delegate

najila.cabral@gmail.com adeildocs@hotmail.com

Advisor for Saudi Arabia International Relations Minister Head of Coordination for Sports Cooperation Delegate Advisor Brazil Saudi Arabia Colombia vera.cintia@itamaraty.gov.br a.alyahya@saudiolympic.org clemencia.anaya@medellin2018.org

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Last NaMe

FIRST NAME

ORGANISATION Norwegian Olympic and Paralympic Committee & Confederation of Sports Permanent Mission of the Dominican Republic to the United Nations Permanent Mission of Mauritius to the United Nations Russian Olympic Committee Georgian National Olympic Committee Japanese Olympic Committee Istanbul 2020 Bid Committee International Olympic Academy Participants Associtation Permanent Mission of Turkmenistan to the United Nations IOC International Relations Commission IOC Executive Board Government of the Republic of Korea, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Comit Olympique Hatien United Nations International Olympic Committee (IOC) International Olympic Committee (IOC) National Olympic Committee of Rwanda Australian Sports Commission Peace & Sport United States Olympic Committee Permanent Mission of the Dominican Republic to the United Nations Permanent Mission of Germany to the United Nations World Flying Disc Federation Comit Olympique Algrien International Olympic Committee (IOC) Saudi Arabian Olympic Committee Association FOOTATTITUDE

FUNCTION

COUNTRY

EMAIL

Mr

Andersen

Inge

Secretary General

Norway

inge.andersen@idrettsforbundet.no

Ms

Andujar

Luz

Counsellor

United States of America United States of America Russian Federation Georgia

drun@un.int

Mr

Angateeah

Kemrajsingh

Second Secretary Head of Directorate for International Cooperation Head of International Relations

mauritius@un.int

Mrs Ms Ms Mr Mr

Anikina Aptsiauri Arai Arat Arguelles

Elena Rusudan Yukiko Hasan Hector

lebedeva005@inbox.ru ta-na@list.ru yukikoaraibkk@gmail.com hasan.arat@istanbul2020.com.tr hector@ioapa.org

Office of the President Japan President President Ambassador & Permanent Representative Member Vice President Turkey United States of America United States of America Canada Germany Republic of Korea Haiti United States of America Switzerland Switzerland Rwanda Australia United States of America

HE Dr Mr Dr

Ataeva Aubut Bach

Aksoltan Marcel Thomas

turkmenistan@un.int maubut@heenan.ca drthbach@bachtbb.com

Ms

Bae

Yoona

Second Secretary

ynbae11@mofa.go.kr

Mr HE Mr Mr Mr Mr Ms Mr Mrs

Baker Ban Baramia Baumann Bayigamba Beauvais Bellotti Bennis-Hartman

Jean-Edouard Ki-moon Marina Patrick Robert Sophie Stephanie Jeremy Regina

President Secretary General Head of Protocol Member Representative Director of International Sport for Development Senior Development Manager

jedouardbaker@hotmail.com

marina.baramia@olympic.org baumann@fiba.com cnorw@rwanda1.rw Sophie.Beauvais@ausport.gov.au jeremy.bellotti@peace-sport.us

Coordinator of United States International Relations of America Counsellor United States of America United States of America Germany Algeria Jordan Saudi Arabia Cte dIvoire drun@un.int

Mr

Beras

Napoleon

HE Mr Mr Mr HRH Prince Mr Mr

Berger Bernardi Berraf Bin Al-Hussein Binmusaibih Bio

Miguel Volker Mustapha Faisal Turki Ahmad Lemonn Deguitro Regis

Deputy Permanent Representative Executive Director President Member Delegate President

info@new-york-un.diplo.de volker.bernardi@wfdf.org mustberraf@yahoo.fr info@joc.jo t.binmusaibih@saudiolympic.org.sa regislemonn1@hotmail.fr

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Last NaMe

FIRST NAME Susan Scott A. Alejandro William Frederick Lindsey Yohan Andrs Mehrez Cheri Yasmine Rahul Lauren Anders

ORGANISATION United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) United States Olympic Committee Madrid 2020 Uganda Olympic Committee Ball State University French National Olympic Academy International Olympic Committee (IOC) Tunisian National olympic Committee Brock University International Olympic Committee (IOC) Magic Bus USA The World Cup Project Permanent Mission of the Principality of Monaco to the United Nations IOC Executive Board Sunday Mail Federal Institute of Education from Cear Government of the Dominican Republic, Ministry of Sports Berkeley Law International Conflict Research Institute (INCORE) Government of Brazil, Ministry of Sports Peruvian Olympic Committee International Olympic Committee (IOC) University of Athens International Olympic Committee (IOC) Florida State University Palestinian Olympic Committee/Football Association International Olympic Committee (IOC) International Olympic Committee (IOC) International Olympic Committee (IOC)

FUNCTION Education Officer for Youth & Sports Secretary General President President Associate Professor Director of Studies Olympic Center Member Chairman Chair, Associate Professor Personal Assistant to the IOC President Director Media

COUNTRY Switzerland United States of America Spain Uganda United States of America France Colombia Tunisia Canada Switzerland United States of America United States of America United States of America Ukraine Zimbabwe Brazil Dominican Republic United States of America Great Britain bird@unhcr.org

EMAIL

Blackmun Blanco Blick Blom Blondel Botero Phillipsbourne Boussayene Bradish Braeckevelt Brahmbhatt Brown

michelle.stuart@usoc.org crodriguez@madrid2020.es wblick@nocuganda.com lcblom@bsu.edu yohan.blondel@wanadoo.fr nauticabotero@une.net.co m.boussayene@bkassocies.com cbradish@brocku.ca yasmine.braeckevelt@olympic.org rahul@magicbususa.org Theworldcupproject@gmail.com

Mrs

Bruell-Melchior

Valrie

First Councellor

Monaco@un.int

Mr Ms Dr Mrs Ms Mr

Bubka Bulla Cabral Da Silva Cabral De La Cruz Capsuto Cardenas

Sergey Fatima Adeildo Milagros Tara Alexander

Member Senior Sports Journalist Professor Director Student Researcher Head of the Special Advisory Office for International Affairs Guest Member Professor Member Student Adviser Member Guest Member

alla@noc-ukr.org fatima.bulla@gmail.com adeildocabral@gmail.com mcabral@ministeriodedeportes.gob.do tcapsuto@berkeley.edu alexcarmen@yahoo.com

Mr Mrs Mr Dr Mrs Ms Mr Mr Mr Dr Dr Mr

Cardim Carranza Carrion Cartalis Casado Catanach Champagne Chamunda Chang Chang Chaplin Chen

Carlos Henrique Rocio Richard L. Constantinos Marisol Tara Catanach Jrme Patrick S. Jong-Hyok Ung Noema Chong

Brazil Peru United States of America Greece Spain United States of America Switzerland Zambia Austria Austria

carlos.cardim@esporte.gov.br rocio.carranzam@telefonica.com rcarrion@bppr.com ckartali@phys.uoa.gr marisol.casado@triathlon.org tmc12b@my.fsu.edu champagne.jerome@gmail.com pchamunda@zamnet.zm

chang@iocmember.at

United Nations Executive Committee Foundation Programme Member Personal Assistant to Mr Yu Peoples Republic of China cc@sport.gov.cn

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Last NaMe Cheng Hopkins Chikowore Chin Chipaziwa Chmelar Cho Cho Choudhury Choue Cioroslan Coelenbier Colitti Coquelin Craven Craven Mbe Crowley Culver Curtis Daskal Hirschbruch Davis De Crcer De Kepper

FIRST NAME Judy Mercy Devon Chitsaka Frantisek Yang Ho Yangho Ummul Chungwon Dragomir Yann Lucia Melanie Jocelyne Philip Susan Michael Alana Ricardo Marianna Carlos Christophe

ORGANISATION United Nations Meesha Media Group ADA Trough Centre Sports Permanent Mission of Zimbabwe to the United Nations Slovak Olympic Committee Korean Olympic Committee PyeongChang 2018 Organising Committee Bidna Capoeira World Taekwondo Federation United States Olympic Committee Peace & Sport University of Rome Foro Italico International Olympic Committee (IOC) International Olympic Committee (IOC) International Olympic Committee (IOC) Multilateral Consulting, LLC 4POINT4 UK Department for Culture, Media & Sport Government of Brazil International Paralympic Committee Sport and Cooperation Network International Olympic Committee (IOC) Permanent Mission of the Principality of Monaco to the United Nations Madrid 2020 Bid

FUNCTION Assistant Secretary General for Peace Building Support Public Relations Consultant Director Ambassador & Permanent Representative President Vice President Chairman Director President Director Managing Director Head of Rectorate & Administration Office Assistant to Mr Sithole Guest Member President Principal Private Secretary to Minister for Sport & Tourism Diplomat Athlete & Ambassador Managing Director Director General

COUNTRY United States of America United States of America Jamaica United States of America Slovakia Republic of Korea Republic of Korea Great Britain Republic of Korea United States of America Monaco Italy Switzerland Great Britain Great Britain United States of America United States of America Great Britain Brazil United States of America Spain Switzerland United States of America Spain Sri Lanka United States of America United States of America United States of America United States of America India Italy United States of America

EMAIL

mchikowore@gmail.com devchiniphoto@yahoo.com zimnewyork@gmail.com gantnerova@olympic.sk nancypark@koreanair.com realgom96@naver.com Ummul@bidnacapoeira.org president@wtf.org dragomir.cioroslan@usoc.org contact@peace-sport.org lucia.colitti@uniroma4.it melanie.coquelin@olympic.org

diana.taylor@paralympic.org scrowley@multilateralconsulting.com culver.mj@gmail.com alana.curtis@culture.gov.uk ricardo.daskal@itamaraty.gov.br muffydavis@hotmail.com ccarcer@redeporte.org christophe.de_kepper@olympic.org

Mr

De Millo Terrazzani

Johannes

First Secretary

Monaco@un.int

Mrs Mr Mrs Ms Dr Mr Mr Mrs

De Rosa De Silva De Varona Defrantz Delpy Neirotti Demak Dey Di Centa

Daniela Maxwell Nimal Donna Anita L. Lisa Richard Rajib Manuela

mdrosa@madrid2020.es econsult@sltnet.lk d.devarona@gmail.com adefrantz@LA84Foundation.org delpy@gwu.edu richard_demak@simail.com rajib345@rediffmail.com manu@manueladicenta.it

National Olympic Secretary General Committee of Sri Lanka IOC Women and Sport Commission International Olympic Committee (IOC) George Washington University Sports Illustrated Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati International Olympic Committee (IOC) United Nations Office on Sport for Peace and Development (UNOSDP) Member Member Professor Representative Assistant Coach Honorary Member

Mr

Dienes

Eric

Liaison Officer

dienes@un.org

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Last NaMe Donald

FIRST NAME Carmelita

ORGANISATION Papua New Guinea Olympic Committee World Taekwondo Federation Global Partnerships Forum International Olympic Committee (IOC) Commonwealth Secretariat United States Mission to the United Nations Government of the Dominican Republic, Ministry of Sports University of British Columbia Permanent Mission of Austria to the United Nations Swiss Academy for Development Permanent Mission of Chile to the United Nations Peruvian Olympic Committee International Olympic Truce Foundation (IOTF) Norwegian Olympic and Paralympic Committee & Confederation of Sports International Olympic Committee (IOC) Union Internationale de Pentathlon Moderne (UIPM) Somalia Olympic Committee United Nations International Childrens Emergency Fund Atlantic Council of Canada Government of the Dominican Republic, Ministry of Sports Delivery@BBPO_next International Olympic Truce Foundation (IOTF) Kick4Life

FUNCTION Senior Vice President Special Assistant to the President for International Relations Chairman Member Sport Adviser Diplomat Director of the Office of Gender Equality & Sports Public Health consultant Second Secretary Director of Programme Sport & Development Permanent Representative Member Member

COUNTRY Papua New Guinea Republic of Korea United States of America France Great Britain United States of America Dominican Republic Canada United States of America Switzerland United States of America Peru Cte dIvoire

EMAIL mel.donald@global.net.pg

Mr

Donnell

Sephen Kyle

stephendonnell@wtf.org

Mr Mr Mr Mr Mrs Mr Mr

Dossal Drut Dudfield Dugan Duran Vallejo Edwin Emrich

Amir Guy Oliver Hugh Juana Teresa Jonathan Josko

dossal@partnerships.org guydrut@hotmail.com o.dudfield@commonwealth.int USUNPolFax@state.gov teresaduran24@hotmail.com jonathan.edwin@alumni.ubc.ca josko.emrich@bmeia.gv.at

Mrs

Engelhardt

Jutta

engelhardt@sad.ch

HE Mr Mr Mr

Errazuriz Espejo Essy

Octavio Patrick Amara

chile@un.int prensa@lima2019.org amaraessy@yahoo.fr

Mr

Evju

Bjrn Omar

Head of International Department

Norway

boe@idrettsforbundet.no

HRH Prince Mrs Mr Ms Mr HE Mr Mr Dr Mr Mr Mr Ms Mr

Faisal Fahd Abdulaziz Fang Farah Farkas Feller Fernandez Mirabal Ferro Filis Fleming Flynn Fok Ford Fornos Rodrigues

Nawaf Shiny Ya Duran Ahmed Amy Tim Jaime David Fernando Constantinos Peter David Timothy Tsun-Ting Bonnie Jos

Member Secretary General Secretary General Programme Specialist, Children with Disabilities Modern War & Strategy Analyst Minister Head of Research and Development Member Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer

Saudi Arabia Monaco Great Britain United States of America Canada Dominican Republic Brazil Greece United States of America United States of America Hong Kong, China United States of America Brazil

saoc@saudiolympic.org.sa shinyfang@pentathlon.org dfarah.nocsom@gmail.com afarkas@unicef.org timothyfeller@gmail.com ginao.dominguez@hotmail.com ferraofernando@aol.com cfilis@gmail.com pete@kick4life.org david.flynn@laureus.com ttf@fytg.hk Brd58@aol.com guilherme.conduru@itamaraty.gov.br

Laureus Sport for Good Programme Manager Foundation USA International Olympic Committee (IOC) ESPN.com FIFA 2014 World Cup Member Journalist Assistant to the Honorary Ambassador

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Last NaMe Fortes De Almeida Foster

FIRST NAME Marcio Paul

ORGANISATION Autoridade Publica Olimpica APO Madrid 2020 Bid Committee Government of Argentina, Ministry of Social Development Permanent Mission of the United Kingdom to the United Nations UN Women L.A.C.E.S. GlideSlope Streetfootballworld SportsTravel Magazine International Olympic Committee (IOC)

FUNCTION President Consultant Undersecretary Federal Institution and Comprehensive National Secretary for Children and the Family Adviser Communications and Social Media Officer Executive Director Founding Partner Managing Director USA Representative Guest Assistant to Mr Wu

COUNTRY Brazil Spain

EMAIL marcio.fortes@apo.gov.br ipaladini.serviciosexternos@ madrid2020.es

Mr

Franchello

Claudio

Argentina

enaun@mrecic.gov.ar

Ms Ms Mrs Mr Mr Mr Ms Mr Mr Mr Mrs Mrs

Frey Frey Frost Fuller Geddes Gewirtz Ghuneim Gillot Gjonbalaj Goldman

Elsa Beatrice Seren David Mike Jason Mona Sebastien Malsor Eddie

United States of America United States of America United States of America United States of America United States of America United States of America United States of America Switzerland Kosovo United States of America Brazil France

uk@un.int beatrice.frey@unwomen.org seren.fryatt@lacesport.org david.fuller@theglideslope.com geddes@streetfootballworld.org jason.gewirtz@schneiderpublishing.com

Ministry of Culture, Youth & Sport No Holds Barred Brazilian Center for International Relations International Association of Athletics Federation Norwegian Olympic and Paralympic Committee & Confederation of Sports Government of Brazil, Ministry of Sports British Council Permanent Mission of Germany to the United Nations GlideSlope National Olympic Committee of Tunisia Senda Athletics United Nations Office on Sport for Development and Peace (UNOSDP) Georgetown University Australian National University PyeongChang 2018 Organising Committee Madrid 2020 Global Sports Partners

Political Advisor Media Coordinator Research Assistant to the President

Malsor.Gjonbalaj@rks-gov.net nhbnews@gmail.com livia.goncalves.magalhaes@gmail.com Valerie.Gouraissa@iaaf.org

Goncalves Magalhaes Livia Gouraissa Valrie

Ms

Graesholt

Kaja Osnes

Advisor

Norway

kaja.graesholt@idrettsforbundet.no

Mr Mr

Guedes Guimaraes

Fernando Guilherme

Marketing Department Director Sports German Ministry for Economic Cooperation & Development Founding Partner First Vice President Founder & Chief Executive Officer Head of Office

Brazil Brazil

guedes.fernando@gmail.com guilherme.guimaraes@britishcouncil. org.br info@new-york-un.diplo.de

Mr

Guskowski

Gerald

Germany United States of America France United States of America Switzerland United States of America Australia Republic of Korea Spain United States of America

Mr Mr Mr

Guthoff Hachicha Halty

Eric Fathi Santiago

eric.guthoff@theglideslope.com Fathi@hachicha.com santiago@sendaathletics.com

Mr

Hansen

Poul

phansen@unog.ch

Mr Dr Mr Mr Dr

Hasedzic Henne Heo Hernandez Hillyer

Semir Kathryn Wean Francisco Javier Sarah

Graduate Student Research Faculty Staff Delegate Representative

sh1082@georgetown.edu kathryn.henne@anu.edu.au heo@pyeongchang2018.com vramirez@madrid2020.es shillyer@utk.edu

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FIRST NAME Naoto Nicole Kai Md. Junate Severine

ORGANISATION Permanent Mission of Japan to the United Nations International Olympic Committee (IOC) IOC International Relations Commission Ekueshy Jon Tibbs Associates Ltd Norwegian Olympic and Paralympic Committee & Confederation of Sports Around the Rings International Olympic Committee (IOC) IOC International Relations Commission United Nations Buenos Aires City Tokyo 2020 Bid Committee Harlem Wizards One World Futbol Project United States Tennis Association

FUNCTION Minister Member Member Sports Manager Representative

COUNTRY United States of America Aruba Spain Bangladesh Great Britain

EMAIL japan.mission@dn.mofa.go.jp n_hoevertsz@hotmail.com kh@imga.ch junayett@yahoo.com sevi@jtassocs.com

Ms

Huffman

Diane

Advisor

Canada

diane_news@hotmail.com

Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr

Hula Huot Hybl Iakovidis Irarrazaval Iwasaki Iyer Jahnigen James

Ed Alex William Iakovos Francisco Jos Atsushi Manhoman Timothy Dan

Representative Social Media Editor Member Counsellor Secretary of Sports Senior Director of International Relations Customer Support

United States of America Switzerland United States of America United States of America Argentina Japan United States of America United States of America

ebh3@aroundtherings.com alexandre.huot@olympic.org wjhybl@elpomar.org iakovos@mfa.gr firarrazaval@buenosaires.gob.ar atsushi.iwasaki@tokyo2020.jp hoopdreamsmanu@gmail.com tim@oneworldfutbol.com suzie.dyrbus@iftennis.com

National Manager Wheelchair Tennis/US Paralympic Coach

United States of America United States of America South Africa United States of America Saudi Arabia Qatar Great Britain Japan Cameroon Guatemala Republic of Korea

Mr

Jilani

Marwan

International Federation Head of Delegation & of Red Cross and Red Permanent Observer Crescent Societies to the United Nations Grassroot Soccer NGO Committee on the United Nations & Sports Saudi Arabian Olympic Committee Qatar Olympic Committee United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Tokyo 2020 Bid Committee International Olympic Truce Foundation (IOTF) IOC Executive Board Seoul National University, Department of Sport Science United Nations Office on Sport for Development and Peace (UNOSDP) Kids Play International Permanent Mission of Tunisia to the United Nations Site Coordinator Chairman Delegate Director of Planning & Development Corporate Relations Officer Representative Member Member Global Sport Management Programme Administrative Assistant Programme Director Ambassador

ifrcny@un.int

Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Ms Colonel Mr Dr

Jones Jordan Jrais Juma Muhanna Jusnes Kadowaki Kalkaba Malboum Kaltschmitt Kang

Thuso Richard Mohammed Sultan M Fahad Glenn Yuko Hamad Willy Joon-Ho

tjones@grassrootsoccer.org dpiconference@yahoo.com bordellinikr@yahoo.com fjuma@olympic.qa jusnes@unhcr.org yuko.kadowaki@tokyo2020.jp kalkaba.malboum@yahoo.com willi.kaltschmitt@duwest.net kangjh@snu.ac.kr

Ms

Keller

Cordula

Switzerland United States of America United States of America

ckeller@unog.ch

Ms HE Mr

Kelley Khiari

Kate Mohamed Khaled

kate@kidsplayintl.org elkhansa_arfaoui@yahoo.fr

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Last NaMe Khoury Kidane Kikoler Kim Toni

FIRST NAME

ORGANISATION International Olympic Committee (IOC) International Olympic Committee (IOC) Comit Olmpico Brasileiro 2015 Gwangju Universiade Organising Committee Government of the Republic of Korea, Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade International Olympic Truce Foundation (IOTF) PyeongChang 2018 Organising Committee PyeongChang 2018 Organising Committee International Sport & Culture Association (ISCA) Government of Cte dIvoire, Ministry of Youth promotion, Sports & Recreation University of Ottawa Right To Play International International Olympic Truce Foundation (IOTF) Ministry of Culture, Youth & Sport United Nations Office on Sport for Development and Peace (UNOSDP) Japan Sport Council Jigoro Kano Memorial International Sport Institute Women in Sports and Events National Sports Authority International Ju Jitsu Federation United Nations Government of the Republic of Korea, Ministry of Culture, Sports & Tourism Gwangju Summer Universiade 2015 NEST Foundation United Nations Office on Sport for Development and Peace (UNOSDP) Tokyo 2020 Bid Committee

FUNCTION Member Consultant Rio 2016 Chief of Cabinet of Presidency Secretary General

COUNTRY Lebanon France Brazil Republic of Korea Republic of Korea Republic of Korea

EMAIL tbkhoury@inco.com.lb fekroukid@gmail.com cob@cob.org.br apply.yskim@gmail.com

Fekrou Leslie Yoon Suk

Ms

Kim

Yeojin

Director for Diplomatic Missions

manas0423@gmail.com

Mr Mr Ms Mr

Kim Kim Kim Kirkeby

Jinsun Zoohwang Meeran Mogens

Member

jskim@pyeongchang2018.com kingorange@pyeongchang2018.com meeran.kim@pyeongchang2018.com mk@isca-web.org

Director of Republic of International Relations Korea IOC Coordination Manager President Republic of Korea Denmark

Ms

Konate

Djeneba

Researcher

Cte dIvoire

kjny@hotmail.fr

Mr Mr Mr HE Mr

Kope Koss Kouvelos Krasniqi

Jared Johann Isidoros Memli

Graduate Student President & Chief Executive Officer Member Minister Programme Officer & Assistant to the Special Adviser Project Manager Executive Researcher Director Sports Development Officer Vice President Under-Secretary General for Communication and Public Information Deputy Director

Canada Canada Greece Kosovo

jkope007@uottawa.ca JKoss@righttoplay.com isidoros12812@gmail.com memli.krasniqi@rks-gov.net

Ms

Kroeger

Maren

Switzerland

mkroeger@unog.ch

Dr Dr Ms Mr Dr

Kubota Kukidome Kuo Kyei Lanzoni

Jun Takeshi Sophia Williams Igor

Japan Japan United States of America Ghana Italy United States of America

jun.kubota@jpnsport.go.jp kukidome@100yearlegacy.org sophia.wiseworks@gmail.com nanakyei3@yahoo.com jjifworld@mail.com

Mr

Launsky-Tieffenthal

Peter

Mr

Lee

Seunghoon

Republic of Korea Republic of Korea Republic of Korea Switzerland United States of America

ssung4060@gmail.com

Mr Ms

Lee Lee

Lee Nam Chungmi

Media Artist Manager Development Partnership Officer Advisor

partnershipwithu@gmail.com leecm@nest.or.kr

Ms

Lee

Hyunju

jlee@unog.ch

Ms

Lee

Young Sook

youngsook.lee0317@gmail.com

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ORGANISATION United Nations Office on Sport for Development and Peace (UNOSDP) Russian Olympic Committee Fine Holdings Group Madrid 2020 Comit Olmpico Brasileiro Movimiento Nacional Cimarrn Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to the United Nations UK Sport Government of the Republic of Korea, Ministry of Foreign Affairs United Nations Foundation Rio 2016 Self-employed International Olympic Committee (IOC) Government of Chad, Ministry of Youth & Sports Permanent Mission of Cyprus to the United Nations Ministry of Culture, Youth & Sport International Olympic Committee (IOC) Argentine Olympic Committee University of Tsukuba, Faculty of Health & Sport Science BlazeSports America Right To Play New Zealand Permanent Mission to the United Nations Deutscher Olympischer Sportbund Classroom Champions, Inc. Panathlon Club Lausanne University of Georgia Istanbul 2020 Bid Committee World Olympians Association

FUNCTION Special Advisor to the United Nations Secretary General

COUNTRY

EMAIL

Mr

Lemke

Wilfried

Switzerland Russian Federation

wlemke@unog.ch

Ms Mr Mrs Mr Mr

Levchenko Li Lizandra Lobo Lugo

Marina Soo Hung Mireia Sergio Gustavo

annakosinova699@mail.ru Fineusainc@aol.com mlizandra@madrid2020.es sergio.lobo@cob.org.br civernetico2000@yahoo.com

Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Republic of Korea

International Relations Spain Chief Financial Officer Director of International Cooperation Senior Counsellor Director of International Development Ambassador Director of Business Council for the United Nations Media Relations Manager Management, Sport for Development Member Deputy Secretary General First Secretary Political Advisor Head of relations with international organisations Vice President Associate Professor Brazil Colombia United States of America Great Britain

Mr

Lukiyantsev

Grigory E.

rusun@un.int

Ms

Lye

Debbie

Debbie.Lye@uksport.gov.uk

HE Mr

Ma

Young-sam

Republic of Korea United States of America Brazil United States of America Uruguay Chad United States of America Kosovo Switzerland Argentina Japan United States of America

ysma81@mofa.go.kr

Ms Mrs Ms Dr Mr

Maceachron Magalhaes Magat Maglione Rabela Maki

Allison Isabel Paz Julio Csar Charaf-Eddine

amaceachron@aol.com Lourdes.Martins@cob.org.br pazmagat@gmail.com cou@cou.org.uy makicharfadine@gmail.com

Mr Mr Ms Mrs Dr Ms Ms HE Mr Mr Mr Mr

Makriyiannis Maraj Mascagni Masoni De Morea Matsumoto Mattos Mccracken Mclay Merkel-Grafarend Mesler Meylan

Stelios Burim Katia Alicia Tsuyoshi Carolina Kathryn Jim Katrin Steve Cdric

mission@cyprusun.org Burim.Maraj@rks-gov.net katia.mascagni@olympic.org aliciamorea@eyse.com matumoto@taiiku.tsukuba.ac.jp carolmattos8@hotmail.com kmccracken@righttoplay.com jim.mclay@mfat.govt.nz merkel@dosb.de steve@classroomchampions.org cedric.meylan@fgc-fiduciaire.ch

Manager for Policy Permanent Representative Head of International Relations Executive Director Membre Carmical Distinguished Professor in Sports Journalism & Society Executive Assistant Chief Executive Officer

Canada United States of America Germany United States of America Switzerland United States of America Turkey Great Britain

Ms

Michaelis

Vicki

vickim@uga.edu

Ms Mr

Milan Miller

Nicola Mike

nicola.milan@istanbul2020.com.tr mike.miller@thewoa.org

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Last NaMe Mingey Mnara Mohammed

FIRST NAME David Amel Tariq

ORGANISATION GlideSlope Look 2001 Tunisia Khelshala Government of Guatemala, ViceMinistry of Sport & Recreation Classroom Champions, Inc. International Olympic Committee (IOC) International Olympic Committee (IOC) Institute of Sports & Recreation (INDER) UK Sport London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games (LOCOG) NIKE, Inc. United States Institute of Peace Southampton Solent University Kids Play International Government of Liberia, Ministry of Youth & Sports Japanese Olympic Committee Comit Olimpico Mexicano University of Trento, Faculty of Law IOC Executive Board Southeast Psych/ Queens University of Charlotte Government of Japan, Ministry of Foreign Affairs International Olympic Committee (IOC) Government of Israel, Ministry of Culture & Sport International Olympic Committee (IOC) United Nations Olympic Council of Asia Japan Sport Council International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Der Spiegel International Olympic Committee (IOC)

FUNCTION Brand Consulting/ Sports Marketing President Secretary

COUNTRY United States of America France United States of America Guatemala United States of America Italy Republic of Korea Colombia Great Britain

EMAIL dave.mingey@theglideslope.com amel@hachicha.com tqmohammed@yahoo.com

Ms

Molina Ubach

Maria Dolores

Representative

lolamolinamcd@gmail.com

Mrs Mrs Mr Mr Mr

Monarski Moneti Pescante Moon Mora Gomez Morini

Lisa Susanna Dae Sung David Robert

Board Member Guest Member Director Head of International Development Director of Ceremonies, Education & Live Sites North America Executive Director of Access to Sport Distance Learning Project Coordinator Associate Professor Athlete Ambassador Minister Director of the Office of the President Member of the Executive Board Professor & Dean Vice President Sport Psychologist/ Assistant Professor Ambassador Project Manager Sport Supervisor & International Affair Coordinator SDP Honorary Member Adviser Sport Coordinator Project Manager & Academic Relations Director of Development Reporter Member

lisa@classroomchampions.org secretariat@eurolympic.org moon.daesung@gmail.com david.mora@inder.gov.co robert.morini@uksport.gov.uk

Mr

Morris

Stuart Williams (Bill)

Great Britain

bill_morris@sky.com

Ms Ms Dr Ms HE Mr Mr Mr Prof Mr Dr

Morris-Bender Munroe Mwaanga Myler Nagbe Nakamori Nelles Nesi Ng Niilampti

Caitlin Amanda Oscar Cameron Eugene Lenn Yasuhiro Ralph Philipp Giuseppe Ser Miang Nyaka

United States of America United States of America Great Britain United States of America Liberia Japan Mexico Italy Singapore United States of America Japan Switzerland Israel Brazil United States of America Kuwait Japan Germany Germany Switzerland

Caitlin.Morris@nike.com munroe.a@gmail.com oscar.mwaanga@solent.ac.uk cameronmyler@gmail.com eugenenagbe@yahoo.com yasuhironakamori@aol.com presidencia@com.org.mx wgnesi@gmail.com sm1288@singnet.com.sg nniilampti@southeastpsych.com

HE Mr Mrs Mr Mr Ms Mr Mr Mr Mr Me

Nishibayashi Niyonizigiye Nujeidat Nuzman Oikonomou Okafor Okeya Olvech Osang Oswald

Masuo Dominique Ghazi Carlos Arthur Iris Moses Toshiyuki Leandro Alexander Denis

toshio.ida@mofa.go.jp dominique.niyonizigiye@olympic.org gazinu@most.gov.il presidencia@cob.org.br iris.oikonomou@gmail.com mosesoka@yahoo.com toshiyuki.okeya@jpnsport.go.jp lolvech@ittf.com alexander_osang@spiegel.de etude@denis-oswald.com

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Last NaMe Ouedraogo Paessler Palli Palli-Petralia Palmer Pankin Papaioannou Papandreou Paquelet Park Paterson Paulino Pena Cobena Perez Mendez Pescante Phokeer

FIRST NAME Yacouba Tania Theodora Fanny Walter Alexander A. Ioannis George A. Christiane Su Hyun Jan Lus Antnio Jorge Anibal Daniela Mario Jugdish Dev

ORGANISATION Government of Burkina Faso, Ministry of Sports & Recreation Movisports International Olympic Truce Centre (IOTC) International Olympic Truce Foundation (IOTF)

FUNCTION Minister

COUNTRY Burkina Faso

EMAIL yackys105@yahoo.fr taniapaessler@hotmail.com d.pallis@yahoo.gr fpetralia@yahoo.gr walter.palmer@uniglobalunion.org rusun@un.int ioa.papaioannou@gmail.com kari@politicalforum.gr c.paquelet@cob.org.br suhyun.park@pyeongchang2018.com jan.paterson@teamgb.com luis.paulino@esporte.gov.br jorgecocopena@yahoo.com dperezmendez@ncaa.org s.rettondini@eurolympic.org psmys@mail.gov.mu

International Relations Spain Director Deputy Director Vice President Greece Greece Switzerland United States of America Qatar Greece Brazil Republic of Korea

UNI Global Union Sport Head of Department PRO Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to the United Nations Qatar Olympic & Sports Museum International Olympic Truce Foundation (IOTF) Comit Olmpico Brasileiro PyeongChang 2018 Organising Committee British Olympic Association Government of Brazil, Ministry of Sports International Military Sport Council National Collegiate Athletice Association International Olympic Committee (IOC) Government of Mauritius, Ministry of Youth & Sports Permanent Mission of the Principality of Monaco to the United Nations Youth Academy (Powszechna Ajademia Modziey; Warszawa) First Deputy Permanent Representative Olympic Education Specialist Member Cultural Director Special Advisor for International Relations

Director of Great Britain International Relations Head of Advisory Offices Chairman of Sport, Peace & Environment Commission International intern Member Permanent Secretary Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiairy Permanent Representative Leader in Sport Section Brazil Ecuador United States of America Italy Mauritius

HE Ms

Picco

Isabelle

United States of America

Monaco@un.int

Ms Dr Ms Mr

Pietro Pigozzi Pike Pinto

Agata Fabio Rebecca Alessandro

Poland Switzerland Great Britain Qatar The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Nepal United States of America United States of America Peru Colombia United States of America

pietronagata@o2.pl headquarters-ch@fims.org rebecca.pike@princes-trust.org.uk Sakina.Diab@theicss.org

International Federation President of Sports Medicine Princes Trust International Center for Sport Security Olympic Committee of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Nepal Olympic Committee United States Olympic Committee IOC International Relations Commission Peruvian Olympic Committee Institute of Sports & Recrations (INDER) Foundation for Global Sports Development National Programme Manager Manager of Save the Dream Programme Secretary General

Dr

Popovski

Sasho

mok@mok.org.mk

Mr Mrs Mr Mr Mr Ms

Pradhan Probst Probst Iii Quiones Quintero Medina Raffle

Dhruba Bahadur Nancy Lawrence Jos Juan Camilo Melanie

President Guest Member President Advisor Vice President of Operations

dhruba_pradhan49@yahoo.com

USOCInternational.Relations@usoc.org altadireccion@coperu.org juancamilo.quintero@inder.gov.co mraffle@globalsportsdevelopment.org

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Last NaMe Rajoub Rathee Ratzan Rebelo Reedie Reliford Richard

FIRST NAME Jibril Nirmaljit Scott Jos Aldo Craig Lisa Arnaud

ORGANISATION Palestine Olympic Committee Delaware State University Anheuser-Busch InBev Government of Brazil, Ministry of Sports IOC Executive Board United States Olympic Committee French National Olympic Studies Center Government of Mauritius, Ministry of Youth & Sports

FUNCTION President Teacher Vice President of Global Corporate Affairs Minister Vice President Director of Meeting and Event Services Vice President

COUNTRY Palestine United States of America United States of America Brazil Great Britain United States of America France

EMAIL jrajoub2009@gmail.com nrathee@desu.edu Scott.Ratzan@ab-inbev.com aldo.rebelo@esporte.gov.br craig.reedie@boa.org.uk lisa.reliford@usoc.org arnaud.richard@gmail.com

HE Mr Mr Mr
The Rt Honourable

Ritoo Ritschard Rivera Robertson Roebuck Rogge Rogge

Satyaprakash Kuno Hector Hugh Matthew Anne Jacques

Minister

Mauritius Switzerland United States of America Great Britain Great Britain Switzerland Switzerland

sritoo@mail.gov.mu president@iwwfed.com Hector.Riverarivera@eagles.usm.edu

International Waterski & President Wakeboard Federation US Government and Academia UK Department for Culture, Media & Sport Transplant Sport UK International Olympic Committee (IOC) International Olympic Committee (IOC) Government of Guatemala, ViceMinistry of Sport & Recreation United States Sports Academy Government of the Dominican Republic, Ministry of Sports International Olympic Committee (IOC) Peace & Sport International Fair Play Committee Peace & Sport USA Permanent Mission of Chile to the United Nations PhD Student of International Development Minister for Sport and Tourism Consultant Guest President

hugh.robertson@culture.gov.uk matt.d.roebuck@googlemail.com

Mr Ms Dr

yasmine.braeckevelt@olympic.org

Ms

Rosales Hernandez

Monica Ileana

Advisor President & Chief Executive Officer Coordinador of the Programme Dominican RepublicHaiti Member Advisor to the President Treasurer Secretary General Advisor Journalist

Guatemala United States of America Dominican Republic United States of America Monaco United States of America United States of America United States of America Cameroon United States of America United States of America United States of America United States of America Norway United States of America

monicarosalesh@gmail.com

Dr

Rosandich

Thomas

president@ussa.edu

Mr

Ruben Charles

Jean Gary Junior

jean.ruben86@gmail.com

Ms Mr. Mr Mrs Ms Mrs Ms Mr Mr Dr Mr Mr

Ruggiero Rushman Sabharwal Sabharwal Salamanca Salamatou Salman Sandusky Santos De Oliveira Schiller Schiotz Schneider

Angela Nigel Sunil Gabrielle Maria Larai Farisha Patrick Bruno Harvey Jan Eirik Tim

angela.m.ruggiero@gmail.com nigelrushman@rushmans.com sunil@sabharwal.biz gabrielle@peace-sport.us chile@un.int laraivip@yahoo.fr malnyun@kln.gov.my patrick.sandusky@usoc.org delbrasonu@delbrasonu.org

Permanent Mission of Malaysia to the United Nations United States Olympic Committee Permanent Mission of Brazil to the United Nations IOC Women and Sport Commission International Judo Federation (IJF) SportsTravel Magazine

Second Secretary Chief of Communications Diplomat Member Head Director of the Judo for Peace Commission Publisher

hschiller@globaloptionsgroup.com jschiotz@online.no tim.schneider@schneiderpublishing.com

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Last NaMe Seales Sealy Sebwe Sehaibani Selim Shalabi Shimizu Shrestha Shuto Sibilski Sibilski Silva Sithole

FIRST NAME Brian Austin L. Dionysius Mohammed S Amr Susan Satoshi Niva Hisao Agnes Leszek Cristina Venah Sekai

ORGANISATION United Nations International Olympic Committee (IOC) Ministry of Youth & Sports Saudi Arabian Olympic Committee Sports & Fitness Magazine Palestine Football Association University of Tsukuba, Faculty of Health & Sport Science Jon Tibbs Associates Ltd Tokyo 2020 Bid Committee Harvard University University of Maryland United Nations Sheridan College International Olympic Committee (IOC) Austin Community College United States Sports Academy Permanent Mission of Germany to the United Nations SoccerFours United Nations Office on Sport for Development and Peace (UNOSDP) Government of Cte dIvoire, Ministry of Youth promotion, Sports & Recreation Generations For Peace Sochi 2014 Permanent Mission of Australia to the United Nations World Olympians Association United States Olympic Committee Permanent Mission of Japan to the United Nations Embassy of Korea

FUNCTION United Nations Inter Agency Games Coordinator Member Deputy Minister for Sports Delegate Chairman Director for International Relations Dean Public Relations Director of International Communications Student Lecturer United Nations Inter Agency Games Coordinator Student Director of International Cooperation & Development Student Student Development Affairs Strategy Consultant Programme Officer Sport for Development and Peace International Working Group National Director of projects supporting the empowerment of youth organisations Board Member Vice President of Marketing Adviser Partnerships & Events Chief Bid Officer First Secretary Legislative Researcher

COUNTRY United States of America Barbados Liberia Saudi Arabia Egypt sealesb@un.org

EMAIL

austinsealy@sealygroup.com blue_delta_five@yahoo.com m.sehaibani@saudiolympic.org.sa amrselim@sports-mag.com susan.shalabi@gmail.com

Japan Great Britain Japan United States of America United States of America United States of America Canada

y-taku@taiiku.tsukuba.ac.jp niva@jtassocs.com hisao.shuto@tokyo2020.jp sibilski@post.harvard.edu Sibilski@umd.edu silva13@un.org veesithole@yahoo.co.uk

Mr

Sithole

Thomas Amos Ganda

Switzerland United States of America United States of America United States of America United States of America

tomas.sithole@olympic.org

Ms Ms Ms Mr

Sithole Sithole Skale Soldi

Venah Shamiso Tafadzwa Nadine Alessandro

tafysithole@gmail.com taffysithole@gmail.com info@new-york-un.diplo.de alessandro.soldi@gmail.com

Ms

Solstad

Gerd Marie

Switzerland

gmsolstad@unog.ch

Ms

Soro

Sirebe Fereta Nathalie

Cte dIvoire

sn2006_mat@yahoo.fr

Mrs Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Ms

Stikovac Clark Stolyarov Stone Stull Sullivan Sumi Sung

Jadranka Igor Peter Rob Chris Junichi Ki Youn

Jordan Russian Federation United States of America United States of America United States of America United States of America United States of America

jstikovac@generationsforpeace.org IStolyarov@SOCHI2014.COM peter.stone@dfat.gov.au robstull@aol.com christopher.sullivan@usoc.org japan.mission@dn.mofa.go.jp kiyoun.sung@gmail.com

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FIRST NAME

ORGANISATION Norwegian Olympic and Paralympic Committee & Confederation of Sports International Olympic Committee (IOC) US Agency for International Development International Olympic Committee (IOC) Permanent Mission of Brazil to the United Nations International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Ju Jitsu International Federation Thompson Global United States Olympic Committee Government of the Republic of Austria, Ministry of Sports Qatar Museums Authority Foundation for Global Sports Development Foundation for Global Sports Development Peruvian Olympic Committee Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to the United Nations Institute of Sports & Recreation (INDER) Peruvian Olympic Committee Guatemalan Olympic Committee Badminton Ireland Institute of Sports & Recrations (INDER) Deutscher Olympischer Sportbund Olympic Committee of Serbia International Olympic Committee (IOC) University of Virginia Basel Peace Office International Olympic Committee (IOC) Right To Play Presidents Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition Universit Laval

FUNCTION

COUNTRY

EMAIL

Mr

Sverdrup

Magnus

Special Adviser

Norway

magnus.sverdrup@idrettsforbundet.no

Mrs Ms Mr Ms

Szewinska Taheripour Takeda Telles Ribeiro

Irena Mori Tsunekazu Adriana

Member Senior Advisor on Sport for Development Member Diplomat Deputy Chief Executive Officer President Chief Executive Officer Manager Special Projects Head of Department Director of Education Executive Board Member Executive Board Member Member First Secretary IR consultant Member Consultant Chief Executive Officer International Negotiator Director General Secretary General Event Coordinator Student Director Communications Manager Senior Director for Policy, Evaluation & Institutional Partnerships

Poland United States of America Japan United States of America Australia Italy United States of America United States of America Austria Qatar United States of America United States of America Peru United States of America Colombia Peru Guatemala Great Britain Colombia Germany Serbia Switzerland United States of America Switzerland Switzerland

iszewinska@pkol.pl mtaheripour@usaid.gov kazu7276@docomo.blackberry.com delbrasonu@delbrasonu.org

Mr Mr Mr Ms Mr Dr Mr Dr Ms Mr Ms Mrs Mr Mr Ms Dr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mrs

Tepper Theodoroupoulos Thompson Tompkins Treiber Trkulja Ulich Ungerleider Uribe Ustinov Valencia Vargas Vargas Daetz Vaughan Velasquez Vesper Visacki Volken Wang Ware Warner

Glenn Panagiotis Noel Abigail Harald Martin Jelena David Steven Cenaida Evgeny A. Manuela Talia Sergio Richard Alejandra Michael Djordje Mateo Yongshun Alyn Britta

gtepper@ittf.com csenliguria@email.it noel@thompsonglobal.com abigail.tompkins@usoc.org harald.treiber@sport.gv.at jtrkulja@qma.org.qa dulich@sheppardmullin.com drsteven@stevenungerleider.com curibe@congreso.gob.pe rusun@un.int manuevalencia@gmail.com candidatura@lima2019.org sergiovargasdaetz@yahoo.com rvaughan@badmintonireland.com alejandra.velasquez@inder.gov.co vesper@dosb.de gensec@oks.org.rs mateo.volken@olympic.org yw2t@virginia.edu alyn@lcnp.org britta.warner@olympic.org

Ms

Warren

Sarah

Canada

swarren@righttoplay.com

Mr Mr

Watts Webb

Christopher Andrew

Strategic Partnerships United States & Special Projects of America Doctoral Student Canada

Chris.watts@hhs.gov andrew.webb@mc2.ulaval.ca

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FIRST NAME Sandy Gerardo Melissa Patricia Kelly Meredith James

ORGANISATION United States Olympic Committee International Olympic Committee (IOC) International Olympic Committee (IOC) BBC USA Today Adelphi University International Olympic Truce Foundation (IOTF) Nederlands Olympisch Comit* Nederlandse Sport Federatie Brown University IOC Executive Board Japan Sport Council Weatherhead East Asian Institute of Columbia University University of British Columbia PyeongChang 2018 Organising Committee International Olympic Committee (IOC) Madrid 2020 Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to the United Nations IOC International Relations Commission

FUNCTION IT Special Projects Event Planner Member Guest Representative Reporter Assistant Professor Member Head of International Relations Director of Sport & Development Member

COUNTRY United States of America Argentina Guatemala Great Britain United States of America United States of America United States of America Netherlands United States of America Chinese Taipei

EMAIL sandy.weeks@usoc.org gerardowerthein@gmail.com

patricia.whitehorne@bbc.co.uk kwhitesi@usatoday.com mwhitley@adelphi.edu james@wolfensohn.com

Mr Mr Mr Ms

Wolff Wolff Wu Yamada

Herbert Eli Ching-Kuo Etsuko

herbert.wolff@nocnsf.nl eli_wolff@brown.edu ckwutpe@ms15.hinet.net etsuko.yamada@jpnsport.jp

Department of Information & Japan International Relations Visiting Scholar Co-Executive & Treasurer Advisor Member United States of America Canada Republic of Korea Peoples Republic of China

Dr Ms Mr Mr

Yi Yoon Yoon Yu

Jiandong Liv Kangro Zaiqing

yijiandong2002@yahoo.com.cn yoon.liv@gmail.com kimhajung-88@pyeongchang2018.com yuzq@olympic.cn

Mrs

Zabell

Theresa

International Relations Chief Executive Spain Officer Deputy Permanent Representative Member United States of America Russian Federation

swolff@madrid2020.es

Mr Mr

Zagaynov Zhukov

Evgeny T. Alexander

rusun@un.int 9210721@mail.ru

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