In line with the United Nations development issues for 2015-2030 which set the umbrella for development in all countries in the world, namely: “Sustainable Development Goals” (SDGs) which specifically stipulated in the field of sports the issue of “Sport for Development & Peace” (SDP). SDP has now become a strategic issue to be disseminated throughout the world and has become an attractive research field for scientists in the fields of physical education and sports. SDP emphasizes that sport is believed to have superiority and noble values to be instilled in efforts to shape human personality like God’s creatures The One and Only in one complete unity, between physical, spiritual, and social and is seen as contributing to improving the quality of life of the people of a nation. The process of transferring the universal values of sports must become basic knowledge for every teacher and/or sports coach because it is one of the key factors in implementing the issue of Sport for Development and Peace and the practice of the development paradigm through sport (Development through Sport) at the micro-level. This value transfer is a process in positioning sports as a vehicle for the development of positive youth (Positive Youth Development / PYD).
The 4th International Conference of Sport for Development and Peace (4th ICSDP) with the theme “The Paradigm of Sport Policy and Development from Sport Outcomes to Societal Outcomes” invite all academics, researchers, and practitioners to share their experiences, ideas, views, visions, and missions related to this topic from various scientific perspectives and expertise.
Theme / Scope
- Sport for Development and Peace
- Sports Policy and Development
- Youth Development through Sports
- Societal Outcomes through Sports
- Physical Education and School Sports
- Sports Science
- Sports Coaching
|7th April 2022
|Abstract Submission Deadline through ICSDP Website
|11th April – 30 May 2022
|Full-Paper Submission Deadline through AJSDP Website
|11th April – 30 May 2022
|Abstract and Full-Paper Acceptance
|1st – 3rd June 2022
|7 – 8th June 2022
|Payment Deadline for Presenter
|30th May 2022
|PowerPoint Upload Deadline
|5th June 2022
Brief CV Keynote Speakers
Experienced Executive Director of Development with a demonstrated history of working in the sports industry. Skilled in Event Planning, Customer Service, Coaching, Sports, and Event Management. Strong community and social services professional graduated in Science of Education from Rome University La Terza Università and Physical Education & Sport Science from University of Rome (ISEF).
Prof Barnett was one of the three lead investigators to develop the Australian Physical Literacy definition and standard – funded through Sport Australia. Developing measurement in physical literacy is a key interest area. Lisa is globally recognized in youth motor competence (National Citation report, Web of Science) and has >150 peer-reviewed publications. Lisa’s research interests are in the development, implementation, evaluation, and long-term follow-up of physical activity interventions in children and adolescents. A key interest is the actual and perceived fundamental movement skill ability’s role in physical activity behavior.
|Prof. Fan Hong
Professor in Asian Studies and the Editor in Chief of the Asian Journal of Sport History and Culture, Academic Editor of the International Journal of the History of Sport (Asia) (SSCI Journals published by Routledge), and Editor of the book series Asian Studies – Within and Without published by EHV and NOVA (New York).
A sports business executive with diverse commercial, strategic and operational experience in client and supplier organizations within the sports and major event industries.