Olympic Solidarity (founded in 1961) reflects the Olympic ethic of which the base notions are generosity, understanding and international co-operation, cultural exchanges, the development of sport and its educational aspects and the promotion of a society concerned with human dignity and peace.
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2015 OLYMPIC SOLIDARITY PROGRAMS & COURSES
Applications for Olympic Solidarity funded programs for Olympic Sports only, are now available from FASANOC.
The following National Federations: Archery, Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Boxing, Cycling, Football, Golf, Hockey, Judo, Rugby, Shooting, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis, Taekwondo, Triathlon, Volleyball, Weightlifting, Yachting wishing to benefit from opportunities provided via the International Olympic Committee funded Solidarity Programmes can apply for programs from the following categories:
1. Coaching Clinic/Camp for Athletes - To provide opportunity for a local or overseas Training Clinic or Camp by an overseas based or locally qualified and IF recognised Coach.
2. Courses for Coaches & Techncial Officials - To provide training and upgrading of coaches and technical officials through a course led by an expert from another country, or using local accredited personnel approved by the relevant Oceania Federation.
3. Scholarship for Coaches - Access to high-level further training of a national coach with a miniumum of 4 week attachment at a recognised institution certified by the IF.
4. Continental & Regional Games Athletes Preparation - support is available for multi-sport events that FASANOC coordinates. For 2015, sports participating in the 2015 Pacific Games in PNG will be considered.
5. NOC Administration Development /Training for Sports Administrators - FASANOC & Team Fiji will organise workshops for NF administrators, team officials to the Pacific Games plus workshops on the SportingPulse database and website editing.
6. Oceania Sports Education Program - The course is designed for executive-level sports personnel, including non-Olympic Sports to expand their managerial skills while actively contributing to a unique learning community.
7. Sports Medicine - A workshop for doctors, physiotherapists, psychologists and sports trainers involved with assisting National Federations and Team Fiji will be held during the next quadrennial (2013-2016).
8. Women in Sport - FASANOC WIS Commission will be coordinating activites during the year.
9. Sports For All - The 2015 Olympic Day Run will be held towards the end of June in Suva and Nadi. Suggestions and proposals for other activities are welcome.
10. Sport & The Environment - to implement initiatives linking sport and the environment. A traffic-free initiative in conjunction with Olympic Day Week in June as held last year could be an option.
For further information or interest in any of the above programs contact firstname.lastname@example.org.