Next Step 2014 presentation by Rama Shyam from Saher
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Next Step 2014 presentation by Rama Shyam from Saher



Next Step 2014 presentation by Rama Shyam from Saher

Next Step 2014 presentation by Rama Shyam from Saher



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Next Step 2014 presentation by Rama Shyam from Saher Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Next Step 2014: Using Sport for Good 10-14 February 2014, New Delhi India Using Sport for Development in Conflict and Post-disaster Situations …Operating in a Multicultural World
  • 2. ‘Us’ and ‘them’ in a Diverse World Building Global Competency to Operate amidst Diversity Approaching Positive Peace in its complex whole Drawing upon Community Resources to build in inclusion Utilising Sport for large scale impact
  • 3. Elements of a Post Conflict Society Breakdown of relationships: cultural, social and economic Mistrust and alienation: Hardening of Stereotypes and self-Exclusion Constructing the anti-state narrative: Paving way for structural discrimination Ghettoising the Gendered Space: Women as passive receptors and non-initiators
  • 4. How can we use Sport for Building Multicultural Citizens Literate citizens in a diverse democratic society should be reflective, moral, and active citizens in an interconnected global world. - James Banks ‘Starting’ where it matters most: Playing with children and ‘transgressing borders’ Influencing where it can ‘impact’: Working with parents Creating ‘buy in’ where it is ‘sustainable’: Building Capacities of Leaders Creating ‘access’ where it makes meaning: Influencing and Building Capacities of Teachers in Schools Building ‘resources’ through sustainable spaces: Advocating with Governments and creating global coalitions for Sport and Peace
  • 5. The Next Step…Is Sport Enough? Identity Development in a global interconnected world Beyond Sport: Paving the way for integrating tools Deepening the Local, Impacting the Global: Strengthening community development through sport to build global experiences and illustrations for change We live in a political world and we are ‘political’. Can we really detach from what’s happening around us? Gender mainstreaming: Moving beyond tokenism participation and into shaking up the status quo of