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  • Investing in the best to deliver results on the world stage 47 Olympic and Paralympic sports and 1200+ athletesNumber of key interventions: CoachingTalent IdentificationResearch & InnovationSports Science and MedicineSignificant National Lottery investment and UK Sport’s ‘no compromise approach’ to that investment has enabled Team GB to move: from 36th in the medal table in Atlanta 1996 to 4th in the medal table in Beijing 2008
  • Reminisce about the pitch London made and how you had watched scores of other host city films and presenationsHow you made the London appeal different and distinctiveHow the 30 young people representing the rich mix of ethnic heritages in London were part of the bid teamAnd the words Seb spoke...
  • Debbie on how we turned the promise first into a vision... And then a reality as seen in the film
  • Where we workExplain colour codingExplain countries chosen according to:Development needsUK strategic relationshipSporting criteria – including consultation of IOC and IPC
  • Governance is by the II Foundation – a registered UK charity chaired by LOCOG Deputy Chair Sir Keith MillsUK Sport, UNICEF & British Council delivery partnershipPartnerships with 20 country Governments/Olympic families realised in MOUsDetailed collaborative planning process key to successScoping visit to country Study visit to UKJointly developed 3 year delivery plansMonitoring in UK by II Foundation and in country by national Steering Committees
  • These policies provide the framework to make a lasting difference, but of course for them to hold up the people who work in the schools, training institutions, sports clubs and communities needs to have the capacity to deliver the policy. That is where the second P the Practitioners come in
  • These policies provide the framework to make a lasting difference, but of course for them to hold up the people who work in the schools, training institutions, sports clubs and communities needs to have the capacity to deliver the policy. That is where the second P the Practitioners come in
  • Debbie - flag up that these development needs are being tackled with specific groups, young women and girls, children with disabilities and children and young people at risk of poor health and hand over to Tanni
  • Here is a case study from Mozambique where International Inspiration has laid firm foundations by training practitioners in primary PE techniques and as Youth Sports Leadership Tutors and set up a ‘train the trainer’ model
  • Debbie – Come in after film to summarise the achievements of II Globally and then pose the question they are all asking – so what will II Egypt look like?
  • The Ambassadors have visited country programmes and schools in the UK and are both inspirational icons for the children, young people and teachers and coaches in the programme and inspired by what they see in country.
  • We were delighted to have reached 12 million young people before the London Games and with nearly two years to go to the end of the programmeWe aspire to continue with International Inspiration and have secured IOC and IPC agreement to the use of the name in future programmes and projects carrried out in the same spirit of the UK reaching out to the youth of the world through what Nelson Mandela called the Universal power of sport.
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    • 1. UK Sport Debbie Lye Director of International Development &International Inspiration Programme Director
    • 2. UK SportThe UK’s high performance sport agencyResponsible for 5 key areas of work1. High Peformance2. Major Events3. Governance4. International Relations5. International Development
    • 3. A decade of SDP milestones 2003: UN established International Working Group on SDP 2005: UN Year of Physical Education & Sport 2005: Commonwealth Advisory Body on SportInspiring aSDP Action Plan inworldwide (CABOS) with generation place since February 2011 2007: International Inspiration (II) 2008: African Union Framework for Sport drafted 2008: UN Office for Sport for Development and Peace Report - work plan with 5 thematic areas 2009: Biennial IOC /UN Joint Forum established 2011: London Olympic Truce recognition of II
    • 4. Singapore 2005 – a Promise“ ... to reach young people all around the world and connect them to the Inspirational power of the Games so they are inspired to choose sport”.Lord Sebastian Coe
    • 5. International Inspiration Vision To enrich the lives of 12million children andyoung people of allabilities, in schools andcommunities across theworld, through the powerof high quality andinclusive sport, physicaleducation and play
    • 6. International Inspiration Countries• Azerbaijan • Mozambique• Bangladesh • Nigeria• Brazil • Pakistan• Egypt • Palau• Ghana • South Africa• India • Tanzania• Ethiopia • Trinidad & Tobago• Indonesia • Turkey• Jordan • Uganda• Malaysia • Zambia 20 + UK
    • 7. Delivery and Governance
    • 8. Delivery Model20 country plansbuilt around ‘3 Ps P olicymakerswith uniquenational content tocreate a singleglobal movement P ractitioners P articipants
    • 9. Inspiring PolicySummer 2010 – New Azerbaijan Sports Law includes right tosport for all Azeri children2011 - Municipalities in North East Brazil formally recognizethe right to play and increase public budget allocation tosport following II impact on community developmentMay 2011 – HRH King Abdullah II announces Youth SportLeadership to be a component of King Abdullah II Award inevery school in JordanJune 2012 – Turkey’s Ministry of Education to increase PE andSport in school from 2-5 hours for Grades 1-3
    • 10. Inspiring Practice in Bangladesh 17,000 children drown eachyear II Swimsafe teaches200,000 4-10 year-oldssurvival swimming via 784trained community swimminginstructorsNoor, 18, teaches SurvivalSwimming and saved a girl’slife in her village. She ispictured at the opening of theLondon 2012 Aquatics Centre
    • 11. Inspiring 12 million young lives
    • 12. International Inspiration ScorecardOutcome Target ActualChildren & young people reached 12 million 12 millionII countries 20 20Policy-makers engaged 200 728Policy/Strategy/Legislative 20 36developments resulting from IIPractitioners trained: 20,000 121,000• teachers & coaches• Young Sports Leaders (YSL) 20,000Schools linked 600 564Safe Spaces to play 60 180
    • 13. International Inspiration AmbassadorsDavid BeckhamTanni Grey-ThompsonChris HoyColin JacksonDenise LewisOscar Pistorius “International Inspiration uses sport to ensure no child, no matter what their ability, gender or social status, is excluded. This is an Olympic and Paralympic legacy to be proud of and I am excited to be part of it.“ Baroness Grey- Thompson
    • 14. Future International Events Legacy Opportunities to continue the spirit of International Inspiration through UK Sport’s Major Events Programme• 10 World and Euro Championships already secured (Athletics, Triathlon, Gymnastics, Canoe Slalom, Hockey, Eventing, Squash)• Including World Athletics Championships 2017 – LEAP Programme with UKA• Live bids for 2016 World Track Cycling and 2016 Euro Swimming