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[Challenge:Future] Pass it on!


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[Challenge:Future] Pass it on!

  1. 1. Nemanja Radojevic Milena Plazinic (teamleader) Nikola Rajic Andreja IgnjatovicOgnjen Pejovic We come from Belgrade, Serbia. We study at WE MAKE A CHANGE.
  2. 2. WHAT?HOW? Unprivileged Group: Unprivileged children, especially Roma children Strategy: Built peaceWHO F and parity through sport Moto: Pass it on! (Globally)
  3. 3. What is Generations for Peace?Generations For Peace is an international non-governmental charitableorganization dedicated to the innovative and sustainable use of sport forpeace building and development. Founded by HRH Prince Feisal Al Husseinof Jordan, Generations For Peace is based in Amman but supports sport forpeace and development activities in 47 countries and territories worldwide.Generations For Peace is one of only two peace-through-sport organizationsofficially recognized by the International Olympic Committee.Through its intensive Pioneer Certification Programe, Generations For Peacehas trained more than 500 delegates from Middle East, Africa, Asia andEurope. Following a cascading approach, these delegates have becomecertified Generations For Peace Pioneers by passing on their skills: traininganother 4,200 leaders of youth in their communities and in turn reachingmore than 62,000 children with their activities.
  4. 4. OLYMPIC COMMITTEE OF SERBIA started cooperation with Generations for Peace this year. Its’ assignment is to spread the knowledge about inclusion of unprivileged children in Serbia and to educate next delegates. Serbia is ONLY COUNTRY whose Olympic Committee has this kind of agreement. OTHER should have it too! OKS Chooses Delegates visit young GfP camp in delegates Sochi Generations for Peace organizes educational camps each year. Cycle represents how OKS is involved in this inclusion project. Delegates getThey pass on education the about theknowledge! inclusion They come back to their country
  5. 5. The easiest way to include all children in anaction is to give them a ball to play!Games ruin all the boundaries!OK Serbia knows that in order to THINKGLOBAL, we have to ACT LOCAL!All countries should have their delegateswho will come to GfP camp, come backhome and pass the knowledge in all thedirections as much as they can!
  6. 6. We create projects in each country!1.Organizing games day at primary schools2.Providing pupils with We are like to play t-shirts Primary3.Visiting faculties and high schools and giving „Pass it schoolson“ t-shirts along with brochure (text about importance Universitiesof inclusion, pictures of pupils playing at school, manual and highabout how to treat unprivileged in their surrounding) schools
  7. 7. • Africa Jordan• Burundi Kyrgyzstan• Cote d’Ivoire Lebanon• Gambia Nepal• Ghana• Kenya Oman• Lesotho Palestine• Liberia Pakistan• Madagascar Sri Lanka• Nigeria Tajikistan• Rwanda• Senegal Timor-Leste• Sierra Leone Turkmenistan• Somalia United Arab Emirates• South Sudan Yemen• Sudan• Togo Europe• Uganda Armenia• Zambia Azerbaijan• Zimbabwe Belarus• Asia Bosnia and Herzegovina• Afghanistan Cyprus• Bangladesh The Former Yugoslav Republic of• India• Indonesia Macedonia• Iraq Kosovo Russian Federation Serbia Ukraine
  8. 8. This model is good because:- It has a potential of spreading globally- OK Serbia already have results in Serbia- In Serbia Roma children are main target group , butthis model can be applied to any other unprivilegedgroup of children.