Noida: “Sport as a universal language can be an incredible asset to advance peace, tolerance and understanding by uniting individuals across borders, cultures and religions”, said Dr. Sandeep Marwah (Global Ambassador of IHRO) at the occasion to observe International Day of Sport for Development and Peace.
“It’s inherent qualities, for example, cooperation, fairness, discipline, regard for the adversary and the rules of the game are understood all over the world and can be harnessed for the advancement of solidarity, social cohesion and peaceful coexistence”, included Dr. Marwah.
“Sports programmes grant experiences on an impartial area and in a domain where animosity can be controlled, regulated and transformed and consequently encourages rapprochement and compromise between opposing parties”, said Alex Teodorescu (a movie producer from Romania) at the event while releasing the poster to mark respect to the day.
“Despite the fact that sport alone can’t stop or solve an intense conflict, it represents an adaptable and cost-effective medium for post-conflict relief work and peace building just as conflict prevention”, said Andra Axentoi (film advertiser from Romania) at Marwah Studios.
“Sport is likewise an essential empowering influence of sustainable development. We perceive the developing contribution of sport to the acknowledgment of development and peace in its advancement of tolerance and respect and the contributions it makes to the empowerment of women and of youngsters, individuals and communities; as well as to health, education and social inclusion objectives”, a message by Secretary General United Nations perused by Sudhir Ranjan of AAFT University of Media and Arts.