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News Archive 2007
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  1 million US dollars to Assist Governments Implement the Convention   1 million US dollars to Assist Governments Implement the Convention
30-11-2007 (UNESCO) - The recent 500,000 Euro contribution from the Russian Federation to the Fund for the Elimination of Doping in Sport will greatly boost global anti-doping efforts.  More...

 

  World Conference Resolves to Intensify the Fight against Doping in Sport   World Conference Resolves to Intensify the Fight against Doping in Sport
30-11-2007 (UNESCO) - The 3rd World Conference on Doping in Sport urged all governments to become States Parties to the International Convention against Doping in Sport before 1 January 2009 and endorsed a series of amendments which strengthen the World Anti-Doping Code.  More...

 

  UNESCO signs a Partnership Agreement with Futbol Club Barcelona and its Foundation   UNESCO signs a Partnership Agreement with Futbol Club Barcelona and its Foundation
26-11-2007 (UNESCO Flash Info N° 180-2007) - On 23 November 2007, Mr Koïchiro Matsuura, Director-General of UNESCO, signed a partnership agreement with Mr Joan Laporta, President of Futbol Club Barcelona, at UNESCO Headquarters in which they made the commitment to raise public awareness of the role of education and sport in the development and well being of children and youth and to promote dialogue and mutual understanding.  More...

 

  The Director-General sends message to the 3rd World Conference on Doping in Sport held in Madrid   The Director-General sends message to the 3rd World Conference on Doping in Sport held in Madrid
16-11-2007 (UNESCO Flash Info N° 175-2007) - Mr Koïchiro Matsuura, Director-General of UNESCO, sent a message for the opening ceremony of the 3rd World Conference on Doping in Sport, which took place in Madrid, Spain, on 15 November.  More...

 

  UNESCO partners the World Sports Forum   UNESCO partners the World Sports Forum
06-09-2007 (SHS e-News 18 / September 2007) - While France is hosting the Rugby World Cup 2007, the city of Saint-Denis, which will host some of the most challenging games in its Stade de France, is organizing a World Sports Forum, under the patronage of UNESCO. From anti-doping to the fight against racism and the position of women in sports, 8 debates will suggest a different sport in a different world…  More...

 

  UNESCO reaches out to young tennis champions   UNESCO reaches out to young tennis champions
02-08-2007 (UNESCO) - UNESCO organized a series of anti-doping activities designed to promote sporting ethics and develop attitudes such as solidarity, fair play and mutual respect during the BNP Paribas Cup Stade Français - Youth Tennis Open, held in Paris from 9-15 July 2007.  More...

 

  UNESCO and the European Athletics work together promote anti-doping to young athletes from around the world.   UNESCO and the European Athletics work together promote anti-doping to young athletes from around the world.
26-07-2007 (UNESCO) - UNESCO’s anti-doping education materials were a key feature of the anti-doping education programme launched at the European Athletics U23 Championships held in Debrecen, Hungary from 12 to 15 July 2007.  More...

 

    "Winning is important but not at any price": interview with Justine Henin
16-07-2007 (UNESCO) - Justine Henin addressed, on 9 July, an audience of a hundred 13 to 14 year old athletes from more than 60 countries. The Belgian tennis player is UNESCO Champion for Sport  More...

 

  Arab region pledges support for anti-doping   Arab region pledges support for anti-doping
21-06-2007 (UNESCO) - After three days of debates, participants in the regional conference on sporting ethics and anti-doping in Tunisia, issued a declaration reaffirming their commitment to the fight against doping in sport.  More...

 

  UNESCO champion Justine Henin triumphs at French Open   UNESCO champion Justine Henin triumphs at French Open
13-06-2007 (UNESCO) - Following her victory at the Roland Garros grand slam, on 9 June 2007, the Belgian player became the first woman in 15 years to win the title three years in a row.  More...

 

  WADA announces research grants in the field of anti-doping   WADA announces research grants in the field of anti-doping
01-06-2007 (WADA) - The World Anti-Doping Agency, WADA, is inviting applications for its 2008 Social Science Research Grant Program.  More...

 

  Jamaica establishes inter-agency task force against doping in sport   Jamaica establishes inter-agency task force against doping in sport
10-05-2007 (UNESCO) - The Prime Minister of Jamaica and Minister of Sport, Ms Portia Simpson-Miller, convened the taskforce to ensure a close collaboration between government agencies in the fight against doping in sport.  More...

 

  Americas renew commitment to anti-doping   Americas renew commitment to anti-doping
10-05-2007 (UNESCO) - Anti-doping issues were at the forefront of discussions at two high-level intergovernmental sport meetings, held in Puerto Rico from 15 to 21 April 2007.  More...

 

  UNESCO signs agreement with French sporting club   UNESCO signs agreement with French sporting club
29-03-2007 (UNESCO) - The agreement, aimed at promoting sport ethics and the anti-doping message amongst young athletes, was established between the Organization and the RC Villebon, on 28 March 2007.  More...

 

  Hosting of Olympics must depend on ratification of anti-doping convention   Hosting of Olympics must depend on ratification of anti-doping convention
29-03-2007 (UNESCO) -   More...

 

  Conference of Parties approves list of banned substances in sport   Conference of Parties approves list of banned substances in sport
12-02-2007 (UNESCO) - The Conference of Parties to the International Convention against Doping in Sport approved the World Anti-Doping Agency's list of prohibited substances in a meeting held in Paris from 5-7 February 2007.  More...

 

  Nine countries contribute to the International Fund to Eliminate Doping in Sport   Nine countries contribute to the International Fund to Eliminate Doping in Sport
09-02-2007 (UNESCO) -   More...

 

  Canada first to contribute to the Fund for the Elimination of Doping in Sport   Canada first to contribute to the Fund for the Elimination of Doping in Sport
02-02-2007 (UNESCO) - On the day of the entry into force of the International Convention against Doping in Sport (1 February 2007), Canada announces a contribution to the Voluntary Fund.  More...

 




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