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Summary of MINEPS 6 Policy Framework and KAP

(Important organization to note for AFD / CONFEJES)

There is an organization called (CONFEJES) French-Speaking World Conference of Ministers for Youth and Sports. This is important for SSCN in light of its aim to scale up and move into Africa. It’s good to have this organization on our radar when speaking to the AFD.

(The ambition of MINEPS VI is twofold)

2.1 To address the inequalities in sport policy capacities of different countries by supporting, through international cooperation, those that lack financial, technical and human resources;

2.2. And to deliver, through action, against the principles, commitments and recommendations of past editions of MINEPS and the International Charter of Physical Education, Physical Activity and Sport. Such ambition is at the core of the “Kazan Action Plan” (KAP), including a sport policy follow-up framework, proposed for endorsement by MINEPS VI.

(The opportunity to use sport as a tool to address the 2030 vision)

The Conference is an opportunity to interrogate afresh how governments can embrace the potential of sport, while answering the call of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

(MINPES 6 Main objective)

As confirmed at the CIGEPS ordinary session in February 2016, it is important that MINEPS VI focuses on policy implementation.

(Organizations, countries and corporates that supported QPE)

The roll-out of the Quality Physical Education (QPE) Guidelines in five pilot countries1, thanks to the financial contributions to the International Fund for the Promotion of Physical Education and Sport (FIDEPS) by Monaco, Congo and the International University Sports Federation (FISU), and made possible with the support of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and NIKE. These countries and organizations supported the role out of QPE.

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