Inter-Agency Group on Sport for Development and Peace (IAGSDP)
The Inter-Agency Group on Sport for Development and Peace (IAGSDP) was established in line with General Assembly Resolution A/RES/75/18.
The Group works to:
- Strengthen United Nations system-wide coherence in the field of sport for development and peace in the three pillars of the United Nations (peace and security, human rights and development),
- Increase and expand internal coordination and mutual support among entities of the United Nations system,
- Facilicate ongoing collaboration of members within their respective mandates to advance the role of sport as an enabler of development, including through the implementation of the United Nations Action Plan on Sport for Development and Peace and other UNinstruments that focus specifically on sport, in line with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
- Provide opportunities to IAGSDP members to plan collaboratively, identify key joint priorities and strategic opportunities, and implement related initiatives based on the entities’ work plans, within existing resources;
- Share good practices and expertise and promote effective cooperation among the entities in programming and activities at country and regional levels;
- Promote the mainstreaming of sport in the implementation of relevant conventions and internationally agreed development goals and in relevant intergovernmental processes that may not be sport-specific.
WIPO - World Intellectual Property Organization
The goal of this publication is to serve as a reference tool that shall help to guide the development of national strategies in order to sustain sport and its development through IP rights. Certain countries have included IP as part of their national sports strategy (which is, by way of illustration, the case of Jamaica8), or have duly acknowledged the importance of IP for the sports industry.
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization – UNESCO
- Munster Technological University (MTU) Training and Capacity Building on “Transforming the Lives of People with Disabilities their Families and Communities Through Physical Education, Sport, Recreation and Fitness”
- Quality Physical Education (QPE): guidelines for policymakers;
- Quality physical education: policy guidelines: methodology;
- How to influence the development of quality physical education policy: a policy advocacy toolkit for youth;
- Making the case for inclusive quality physical education policy development: a policy brief; and
- Quality Physical Education Policy Project: analysis of process, content and impact.
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
Crime Prevention through Sport tools
- Information Sheet عربي | 中文 | English | Français | Русский | Español | Português
- Line Up Live Up Trainer Manual عربي | 中文 | English | Français | Русский | Español
Other languages: Português / Kyrgyz / Tajik / Uzbek / Albanian / Serbian
- Desk Review on Sport as a Tool for the Prevention of Violent Extremism English
- Line Up Live Up Initiative عربي | English | Français | Русский | Español
- Girls’ Empowerment – On the Move and On the Rise عربي | English | Español
- Technical Guide on Preventing Violent Extremism through Sports English
- Insights from the UNODC: “Line Up Live Up” Pilot Programme English
- Preventing youth crime and violence through sport” https://youtu.be/HCyggaM2GQ8 (video)
United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism (UNOCT), the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI), the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) and the International Centre for Sport Security (ICSS)
- UN Global Programme on Security of Major Sporting Events, and Promotion of Sport and Its Values as a Tool to Prevent Violent Extremism
- Global Programme on Security of Major Sporting Events, and Promotion of Sport and Its Values as a Tool to Prevent Violent Extremism