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  • 1. Maidan Sport 4 Development Meet 19 th May 2010 A review of the International Inspiration S4D planning model   Debbie Lye International Inspiration Programme Director
  • 2. International Inspiration Vision ‘ To enrich the lives of 12 million children & young people of all abilities, in schools & communities in 20 countries across the world through the power of high quality & inclusive physical education, sport & play’
  • 3. International Inspiration worldwide International Inspiration Countries 2007-2009 : Azerbaijan; Brazil; India; Zambia; Palau; Mozambique; Bangladesh; Jordan; Trinidad & Tobago; Nigeria; South Africa; Malaysia 2010-2011 : Indonesia; Pakistan; Turkey; Uganda; Tanzania + 3
  • 4.
      • Contributing to healthy physical and mental development
      • Enhancing learning ability & achievement
      • An integral part of high quality & holistic education
      • Helping to increase school participation
      • Providing a powerful platform for social justice & inclusion including gender equality and disability awareness and opportunity
      • Promoting the right to play – CRC article 31
      • Creating an effective medium for intercultural exchange & lifeskills learning
    International Inspiration & S4D
  • 5.
    • The concept is to make a lasting difference by embedding
    • Sport 4 Development initiatives within national legal and policy frameworks while modelling best practice at the grass roots International Inspiration:
    • Engages policy-makers – Government, NOC/NPC, national NGOs
    • Empowers practitioners – teachers, coaches, community youth workers, young leaders
    • Enables participants - children and young people to take part in sport, physical education and play
    Outcomes-based Sport 4 Development partnerships
  • 6.
    • Desktop research into development needs & landscape
    • Scoping visit to meet & engage policy-makers
    • UK Study Visit for policy makers to observe relevant models in the UK & develop jointly owned plan
    • Establishment of Country Steering Group
    • Continued planning in-country co-ordinated by UNICEF & BC officers
    • Plan approved in-country by government, the NOC & NPC: by the IOC /IPC, and by the IIF in the UK
    • Microplanning and implementation through model practitioners – education institutions, NGOs etc.
    Country planning process
  • 7. Sport 4 girls
    • Girls’ education and social roles enhanced through sport in Jordan, South Africa and India
    • Girls break down stigma barriers through sport in Zambia
    • Young women learn new skills and community advocacy in all countries
  • 8. Sport 4 Children and Young People with Disabilities
    • Partnership with the IPC to develop NPCs in II countries
    • Inclusion for children with disabilities in Azerbaijan Malaysia and Jordan
    • For the first time disability sport is part of Azerbaijan’s national strategy for sport
    • New educational resources for children with disabilities in Malaysia
  • 9. Sport 4 healthier, safer lives
    • II is helping:
      • to increase HIV and AIDS awareness in Zambia & South Africa
      • To tackle drugs and gang culture in Trinidad & Tobago
      • to protect children from the ever-present risk of drowning in Bangladesh
  • 10. International Inspiration Statistics
    • 16 countries to date
    • 4.4m children and young people have participated
    • Almost 900,000 regularly engaged in PE and Sport for the first time
    • 163 School links in place involving 326 schools in the UK and overseas
    • 21,000 teachers and coaches trained
    • 1,800 young peer leaders trained
    • 434 policy makers engaged
    • 9 new national policies / strategies
  • 11.