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  1. 1. SPORTS FOR PEACE ☮️ MADE BY – MUNEEB (60) ABHYUDAYA (33) ABHISHEK (65) MRUTUNJAY (48) APARNA (12) SASTHA (83) SUBMITTED TO – DR. AJIT KUMAR
  2. 2. SPORTS FOR PEACE • Everywhere in the world sport plays an important role in society, for it is capable of conveying basic rules and essential values of peaceful coexistence – such as tolerance, team spirit, loyalty and fair play. • In addition, sport is especially suitable to form character skills, which are important for a fulfilling and happy life, because sport as a medium also gives the value of discipline, endurance, courage and self-motivation. • By conveying the ethics of sport, it also lays the foundations for a more peaceful, humane world.
  3. 3. SPORTS FOR PEACE • Sport embodies the uniting principles of participation, inclusion and citizenship. As a universal language, sport can be a powerful tool to promote peace, tolerance and understanding by bringing people together across boundaries, cultures and religions. • Its intrinsic values such as teamwork, fairness, discipline, respect for the opponent and the rules of the game are understood all over the world.
  4. 4. SPORTS FOR PEACE • Sport doesn’t just support physical well-being, but also creates a recreational space for the youth to promote mental development. • It provides a space for the upcoming generation to interact, learn social skills, have a cultural exchange and develop their personalities in a positive environment, thereby building a community.
  5. 5. SPORTS AGAINST RACISM • Racism is the process by which systems and policies, actions and attitudes create inequitable opportunities and outcomes for people based on race. Racism is more than just prejudice in thought or action. It occurs when this prejudice – whether individual or institutional – is accompanied by the power to discriminate against, oppress or limit the rights of others. • Racism adapts and changes over time, and can impact different communities in different ways, with racism towards different groups intensifying in different historical moments.
  6. 6. SPORTS AGAINST RACISM • An example of this is the spike in racism towards Asian and Asian-Australian people during the COVID-19 pandemic. • Racism includes all the laws, policies, ideologies and barriers that prevent people from experiencing justice, dignity, and equity because of their racial identity. It can come in the form of harassment, abuse or humiliation, violence or intimidating behaviour. However, racism also exists in systems and institutions that operate in ways that lead to inequity and injustice.
  7. 7. SPORTS AGAINST RACISM • Race and racism have been central to the organisation of Australian society since European colonisation began in 1788. As the First Peoples of Australia, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have borne the brunt of European colonisation and have a unique experience of racism. The process of colonisation, and the beliefs that underpin it, continue to shape Australian society today.
  8. 8. INTERNATIONAL DAY OF SPORTS • Sport has the power to align our passion, energy and enthusiasm around a collective cause. And that is precisely when hope can be nurtured and trust can be regained. It is in our collective interest to harness the tremendous power of sport to help build a better and more sustainable future for all." • By - UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina J. Mohammed
  9. 9. INTERNATIONAL DAY OF SPORTS • The International Day of Sport for Development and Peace (IDSDP), which takes place annually on 6 April, presents an opportunity to recognize the positive role sport and physical activity play in communities and in people’s lives across the globe. • Sport has the power to change the world; it is a fundamental right and a powerful tool to strengthen social ties and promote sustainable development and peace, as well as solidarity and respect for all.
  10. 10. • In recognition of sport’s broad influence, the global theme of IDSDP 2022 is, “Securing a Sustainable and Peaceful Future for All: The Contribution of Sport,” which creates an opportunity for the Day’s celebrations to promote the use of sport as a tool to advance human rights and sustainable development. Under this theme, UN Headquarters in New York will recognize the role of sport in addressing the climate crisis and will highlight actions to lower greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate against climate change.
  11. 11. Sport is in a unique position to display leadership, to take responsibility for its carbon footprint, engage in a climate neutral journey, incentivize action beyond the sporting sector, and play a major role in amplifying awareness among its billions of spectators, facilitators and participants at all levels. With the need for urgent action growing more dire every day, the relationship between sport and climate must be better understood and ways of developing policies and taking concrete action to help reverse the impact of climate change through sport must be communicated to as wide an audience as possible.
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