What a great kick-off on 26 October! International experts from the IOC, TAFISA and UN will share their knowledge on how to address the global climate challenge. Learn from the keynotes and success story case studies. The first congress session at 10.30 am is devoted to international, national and local initiatives from around the globe.
Daniela Bas, UN Director of Division for Inclusive Social Development, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, USA
The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development recognizes sport as an important enabler of sustainable development. In her keynote presentation, Daniela will explore the growing contribution of sport to the realization of development and peace, highlighting the important role that UNDESA and the UN system are playing to advance this, including through analytical work and capacity development.
Marie Sallois-Dembreville, Director Corporate and Sustainable development, International Olympic Committee, Switzerland
The IOC’s sustainability achievements and future goals
Wolfgang Baumann, Secretary General, TAFISA, Germany
TAFISA Mission 2030 and its Significance for Active Cities
The world is facing challenges and threats on a diverse scale never seen before – from climate change to civil unrest, non-communicable diseases, isolation, oppression, terrorism and even the threat of nuclear war with the Covid-19 pandemic on top of the list. These issues are universal problems. Without immediate and effective action, generations to come will not enjoy the world as we know it.
One of TAFISA Mission 2030 themes is “Active Cities” that have a key role and responsibility to promote physical activity in all places where people live, work, learn and play and can thus make more people physical active. Sport for All has the power to make a change and to contribute to solving the world’s problems like little else can.
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