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Kazan Action Plan
News 18 Jul 2017

Sport ministers and senior officials adopt the Kazan action plan

Sports ministers and stakeholders from 116 countries met in Kazan on 13-15 July 2017, as part of 6th International Conference of Ministers and Senior Officials Responsible for Physical Education and Sport (MINEPS VI) to discuss and agree on a concise action plan for developing sports strategies. The countries developed a comprehensive vision of inclusive access to sport with a view to promoting sport and physical activity among women and men of all ages and physical condition. They also sought ways to maximize the contribution of sport to sustainable development and to protect the integrity of sport, including professional sport.

The Kazan Action Plan is available here.

Sports ministers and stakeholders from 116 countries met in Kazan on 13-15 July 2017, as part of 6th International Conference of Ministers and Senior Officials Responsible for Physical Education and Sport (MINEPS VI) to discuss and agree on a concise action plan for developing sports strategies. The countries developed a comprehensive vision of inclusive access to sport with a view to promoting sport and physical activity among women and men of all ages and physical condition. They also sought ways to maximize the contribution of sport to sustainable development and to protect the integrity of sport, including professional sport.

The Kazan Action Plan, which is a follow-up of the Berlin Declaration adopted in the MINEPS V in 2013, sets out concrete actions in the field of sport ethics, inclusion and sustainability. The actions include the elaboration of an advocacy tool presenting evidence-based arguments for investments in physical education, physical activity and sport, the development of common indicators for measuring the contribution of physical education, physical activity and sport to prioritized SDGs and targets, support to sport ministers’ interventions in the field of sport integrity, the conduct of a feasibility study on the establishment of a Global Observatory for Women, Sport, Physical Education and Physical Activity.