Program

DETAILED PROGRAM DRAFT
(subject to changes)

 

WEDNESDAY 15th NOVEMBER 2017
Arrival of delegates, speakers and guests
Registration and check-in
14:00 –18:00 Regional Meetings
–     Europe
–     Asia/Oceania
–     Africa
–     America
19:00 –21:00 Informal Opening

THURSDAY 16th NOVEMBER 2017
 10:00 –10:30 Opening Ceremony

 

Welcome Words
Words by Prof Ju-Ho Chang, TAFISA President
Words by Dai Soon Lee, OC Chair
Words by Patrons:
–     IOC
–     UNESCO
Words by City of Seoul
Words by Korean Sport Ministry

Intermezzo

Keynote Speech 1
“The Role of Sport for All in the Sustainable Development Goals”
Ban Ki-moon, former UN Secretary General, Korea

Intermezzo

10:30 –11:00 Break/Poster Opening
11:00-12:30 Symposium Session I – “Active World 2030”

Moderator: Jong-mi Ju, Hoseo University

Keynote Speech 2
“Active World 2030 – Defining a New Horizon”
Catherine Forde, Vice-President, TAFISA

Words by Congress Rapporteur
–     Jacqueline Kronenburg, Knowledge Centre for Sport, Netherlands
–     Claire Kim, Sport for All Korea Association, Korea

Theme Panel with representatives from:
–     IOC
–     TAFISA
–     International Working Group on Women and Sport
–     UNESCO
–     European Union
–     World Taekwondo

12:30 –14:00 Lunch
14:00 –15:30 Language Tables

Moderator: Bae Schilling

Speakers:
–     N.N., Korea (TBC)
–     Matthew Geschke, Nike/Designed To Move, USA (TBC)
–     Maria Luiza Souza, SESC Sao Paulo, Brazil (TBC)

15:30 –15:50 TAFISA General Assembly Registration
16:00 –19:00 TAFISA General Assembly
19:00 – Welcome Reception hosted by TAFISA President

FRIDAY 17th NOVEMBER 2017
 09:00 –10:30 Symposium Session II – “Active World 2030”
House of Commons DebateModerator: Peter Barendse, TAFISA, NetherlandsKeynote Speakers:
–     Wendy Gillett, Bluearth Foundation, Australia
–     John Marsden, City of Liverpool, UK
–     Dr Wanshik Hong, Advisor, Korea
10:30 –11:00 Break
11:00-12:30 PARALLEL SESSION 1:

“The Yin-Yang of Sports – Grassroots and Elite”

Moderator:
–   Leonard Thadeo, Sport Ministry, Tanzania

Impulse Speaker:
–   John Shearer, Badminton World Federation (TBC)

Case Study Speakers:
–   Yeonsu Kim, KSOC, Korea
–   Hyacinthe Erdoth, Ski Federation, Togo
–   Liu Guoyong, All China Sport Federation, China
–   Finn Berggren, Gerlev Sports Academy, Denmark
–   Efi Mouzourou, Cyprus Sport Organization, Cyprus

PARALLEL SESSION 2:
“Building Strong and Good Governance”Moderator:
–   Attila Czene, Leisure Sport Federation, Hungary
Impulse Speaker:
–   Wolfgang Baumann, TAFISA, GermanyCase Study Speakers:

–   May Kim, Korea University, Korea
–   Solly Reikeletseng, National Sports Council, Botswana
–   Janez Sodržnik, NOC, Slovenia
–   Jorma Savola, NOC, Finland

PARALLEL SESSION 3:
“Next Generation = Active Generation”
Moderator:
–   Yasuo Yamaguchi, Kobe University, JapanImpulse Speaker:
–   Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar, Minister of Youth and Sports, Malaysia (TBC)

Case Study Speakers:
–   Yoonkyeong Kang, SAKA, Korea
–   Michael Leyendecker, DJK, Germany
–   Uwe Pühse, University of Basel, Switzerland
–   Hayono Isman, FORMI, Indonesia

12:30 –14:00 Lunch
14:00 –15:30 TAFISA Workshop
“Building a Movement – DTM Case Study” – Supported by Nike
“The Active Well-being Initiative” – Supported by IOC
“Project Active World 2030” – TAFISA’s New Strategy
“Sport Clubs for Health” – Supported by EU
Moderators: Bae Schilling
15:30 – 16:00 Break
16:00 – 17:30 PARALLEL SESSION 4:
“Building the Member Network”Moderator:
–   Mitra Rouhi, Sport for All Federation, Iran

Impulse Speaker:
–   Vitor Pataco, Institute of Youth and Sport, Portugal

Case Study Speakers:
–   Sunglok Song, Kyungdong University, Korea
–   Ramil Gabbasov, RUMA, Russia
–   Robert Benyhe, HLSA, Hungary
–   Stanley Mutoya, African Union Sports Council, Zimbabwe
–   Tomohiko Yoshida, Sasakawa Sports Foundation, Japan

PARALLEL SESSION 5:
“Making Sport for All “Sexy”Moderator:
–   Yasuo Yamaguchi, Kobe University, Japan

Impulse Speaker:
–   Jacqueline Kronenburg, KCsport, Netherlands

Case Study Speakers:
–   Joonho Kang, Seoul National University, Korea
–   Alex Jovanovic, Rightcolours, Germany
–   Mutlu Turkmen, Sport for All Federation, Turkey
–   Ofra Abramovich, Mamanet, Israel

PARALLEL SESSION 6:
“Peace and Collaboration”Moderator:
–   Herzel Hagay, Sport for All Federation,Israel

Impulse Speaker:
–   Anders Levinsen, Cross Cultures Project Association, Denmark

Case Study Speakers:
–   Susan Kim, Korea National Sport University, Korea
–   Henry Daut, Mindanao State University, Philippines
–   Ravi Sahu, H.V.P. Mandal, India

17:30 – 20:00 Free Evening

SATURDAY 18th NOVEMBER 2017
09:00 –16:00 Global Sport for All Festival

– World Walking Day
– Danish National Dance & Parkour Demonstration
– Zurkhaneh Demonstration
– Han-gung Contest
– Kettlebell Championship

16:00 –18:00

Celebration of “Project Active World”
“Mission 2030: For an Active World” Launch
TAFISA President Speech

Supporter Statements
–   IOC
–   UNESCO
–   Nike/Designed To Move
–   N.N., Korean Government

Intermezzo

Testimonies from various target groups and continents

Congress conclusions from Rapporteurs
– Jacqueline Kronenburg
– Claire Kim

Signing “Mission 2030” Ceremony

19:00 – 22:00 CLOSING BANQUET
Awarding Ceremony
Invitation Speech to TAFISA World Congress 2019, Japan
Gala Dinner
Farewell Party

SUNDAY 19th NOVEMBER 2017
 Check-out and departure of delegates.