Greetings from the UNESCO Chair in Ireland,
As part of our commitment to advance Action 1 of the Kazan Action Plan, which aims to “elaborate an advocacy tool presenting evidence-based arguments for investments in physical education, physical activity and sport”, we are exploring how the sport sector is addressing human rights in and through physical education, physical activity and sport.
We are asking for 5 minutes of your time to answer 4 questions. Please, click the following link only once and answer all the questions. At the end of the questionnaire, you can add your email to receive a personalised link to follow the discussion and evaluate the comments of other participants. This platform will be active until 30th June 2020, so you’ll be able to check progress and explore responses of other colleagues until then.
Please, note that “sport” is used as a generic term, comprising sport for all, physical play, recreation, dance, organised, casual, competitive, traditional and indigenous sports and games in their diverse forms.
Feel free to share this link with other relevant stakeholders, such as:
✅ National Sports Governing Body (eg. International/National Federation, etc.)
✅Sport professional (eg. Coach/Instructor/Trainer, etc.)
✅Policy Maker/Decision Maker (eg. government, local authority, etc.)
✅Academia (eg. Universities, research centres, etc.)
✅General Public (eg. sport fans, volunteers, etc.)
If you have any question or would like to have more details on this research, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org