El 25 de marzo el Panathlon Club buenos Aires organizó una reunión presencial y virtual en el Salón Auditorio del Comité Olímpico Argentino para tratar el tema "El deporte contra el amaño de los partidos: cuando comenzar ...?" en el que se presentó las normas del Comité Olímpico Internacional en relación al tema y el programa SAMF.  Se encontraron presentes autoridades del Comité Olímpico Argentino, su presidente Mario Moccia, la vicepresidente Alicia Massoni y el secretario general Víctor Sergio Groupierre, el presidente del Distrito Argentina del Panathlon International Jorge Minuto, presidentes de los clubes de Argentina, panathletas, profesores de educación física, alumnos universitarios, y panathletas de América a traves de zoom. 

Se inició la reunión con la bienvenida del Presidente del Comité Olímpico Argentino, quién mencionó las tareas realizadas para despertar a la sociedad sobre este tema que preocupa a todos, luego la presidente del P.Club Buenos Aires Eva Szabo introdujo al orador Dr. Estanislao Osores Soler, abogado, consejero del Comité Olímpico Argentino quién explicó los problemas y manipulaciones que se ven en los deportes que interesan a multitudes y las medidas que aconsejadas por el COI.- Fabio Figueras desde el P.Club Lisboa explicó de que se trata el programa en el que están trabajando y de que forma tratan de lograr que los deportistas que recién se inicien estén al tanto de la problemática, mediante comics y presentaciones con el programa de SAMF. Finalizó la presentación la Secretaria General del P.I. Simona Callo, con información del programa SAMF y noticias del Panathlon Internacional.

La concurrencia pudo realizar preguntas a los oradores, finalizando la reunión con el agradecimiento a todos los participantes.

     

  

Thursday, 04 April 2024 13:58

Photo Contest 2024 - 30 finalist photograph

 

The PHOTO CONTEST 2024 - NATURE LOVES TO HIDE «The nature of sport – Sport in nature » is in its final stages. From the 148 competing photographs - coming from Europe, South America and Asia - the Panathlon jury selected the 30 finalists, who will be the subject of the exhibition which will be set up at the UNIMORE University of Reggio Emilia starting from 26 April. The prizes for the 3 photographs judged best by the Jury made up of members of the Palazzo Magnani Foundation, the Sports Foundation of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia and the Panathlon International – Domenico Chiesa Foundation will be awarded on 4 May during the awards ceremony of the OFF Circuit of PHOTOGRAFIA EUROPEA.

The organizers thank all the authors who participated and invite the Panathlon Clubs of the world to vote for the winning shot of the Panathlon Club Special Prize.

Link to view the 30 finalist photographs: photogallery

 

 

Thursday, 04 April 2024 13:58

Photo Contest 2024 - 30 finalist photograph

 

The PHOTO CONTEST 2024 - NATURE LOVES TO HIDE «The nature of sport – Sport in nature » is in its final stages. From the 148 competing photographs - coming from Europe, South America and Asia - the Panathlon jury selected the 30 finalists, who will be the subject of the exhibition which will be set up at the UNIMORE University of Reggio Emilia starting from 26 April. The prizes for the 3 photographs judged best by the Jury made up of members of the Palazzo Magnani Foundation, the Sports Foundation of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia and the Panathlon International – Domenico Chiesa Foundation will be awarded on 4 May during the awards ceremony of the OFF Circuit of PHOTOGRAFIA EUROPEA.

The organizers thank all the authors who participated and invite the Panathlon Clubs of the world to vote for the winning shot of the Panathlon Club Special Prize.

Link to view the 30 finalist photographs: photogallery

 

 

Thursday, 28 March 2024 13:14

IOC Webinair - Good Governance 

As part of the implementation of Recommendation 14 of the Olympic Agenda 2020+5, the IOC Executive Board approved the updated version of the Basic Universal Principles of Good Governance in the Olympic Movement (BUPG). These principles are an implementing provision of the IOC Code of Ethics.

In this context, and with a view to strengthening the Olympic Movement through good governance, in 2024 the IOC is organising webinars focusing on various topics to which Panathlon International has been invited to participate

The meetings, which will take place quarterly, will deal with different thematic areas. In the first session on 20th March the Secretary General Simona Callo and the Administrative Secretary Rossi Monica participated and the theme was "Transparency and control mechanisms". The session provided some useful tools and practices that we can use to strengthen transparency and control mechanisms within our organisation.

The objective of these webinars is to explain and define the steps to be taken to achieve basic levels of good governance in sports organisations.

These meetings allow participants to exchange good practices, share their common challenges and benefit from the support provided by the IOC's Ethics and Compliance team through practical examples developed by the International Partnership Against Corruption in Sport (IPACS).

Next webinar planned for 19 June!!!

  

 

Sessão mensal do Panathlon Clube de Lisboa de 21 de março 2024

Decorreu no passado dia 21 de março de 2024, na Sala de Troféus do Ginásio Clube Português, a sessão mensal do Panathlon Clube de Lisboa (PCL). O PCL tomou a iniciativa de Aceitar o pedido de contribuição lançada pelo Panathlon Internacional (PI) a todos os seus Clubes,  e que tinha como objetivo a discussão e disseminação do Projeto Erasmus+ “Sport Against Match Fixing (SAMF)”. O Projeto SAMF tem como pano de fundo o tema da prevenção da manipulação de competições, que dada a sua importância tem, recorrentemente, sido tratado pelo PCL. 

Foram vários os sócios, convidados e interessados a encherem a sala, esgotando os lugares disponíveis. A sessão contou, também, com uma forte presença online e já consta no canal YouTube do PCL, por forma a poder ser recuperado por quem não tenha tido a possibilidade de assistir ou que queira rever a sessão.

A sessão começou à hora prevista e foi aberta pelo Presidente do PCL, Eng. Mário Almeida, que explicou o propósito, bem como a importância que este tema tem para o PCL. Aproveitou, ainda, para referir outras atividades do PCL em preparação, tais como a próxima edição do Ética Summit.

Depois da abertura do Presidente, seguiu-se uma apresentação do Vice-presidente do PCL, Fábio Figueiras, que integra, em representação do Panathlon Internacional (PI), o Projeto Erasmus+ “Sport Against Match-Fixing (SAMF)”, e que partilhou com os presentes os objetivos do Projeto SAMF, bem como os resultados obtidos. Assim, foram, por exemplo, divulgados os documentos que o Consórcio SAMF, composto pelo Panathlon Internacional, Federação Portuguesa de Futebol (FPF), Federação Europeia de Basquetebol (FIBA Europa), Associação de Futebol de Malta, Sport Evolution Aliance (SEA), Federação de Futebol da Lituânia e EUNIK, produziu ao longo dos últimos dois anos, bem como a disseminação internacional que tem sido feito pelo PI e pelos Embaixadores que para o efeito nomeou.

Dos documentos produzidos, Fábio Figueiras destacou, por exemplo, a Banda Desenhada, que foi também distribuída por todos os que estavam presentes na Sala, bem como o jogo SAMF, os posters e as entrevistas com jogadores que decidiram dar o seu testemunho.

Finda a apresentação, entrou-se numa mesa-redonda de debate, liderada por Diogo Guia e que contou com a participação de Rute Soares (Coordenadora do Projeto SAMF pelo FPF), Thiago Santos (Investigador do Projeto SAMF pela SEA), Fábio Figueiras (Co-Project Manager do Projeto SAMF pelo PI) e João Paulo Almeida (Diretor Geral do Comité Olímpico Portugal). 

No decurso da mesa-redonda de debate, foram os participantes desafiados pelo moderador Diogo Guia para providenciarem as suas opiniões com respeito ao problema das competições desportivas, tendo ainda havido a possibilidade de dissecar alguns dos resultados do Projeto SAMF. 

Serviu, ainda, a mesa-redonda de debate para os participantes partilharem as suas preocupações com respeito ao tema em discussão. 

Por fim, foi aberto o período de questões e respostas ao público presente, tendo depois a sessão sido encerrada pelo Presidente, Eng. Mário Almeida.

Fábio Figueiras

 

           

 

 

Friday, 22 March 2024 13:14

Institutional Meetings 14-15 March 2024

P.I. International Board – 14/15 March 2024

The meeting of the PI International Board took place at the General Secretariat in Rapallo. The meeting began with a minute's silence in memory of IB Member Eugenio Guglielmino, who died suddenly and prematurely last January. The International President then greeted and welcomed the new Board members: Fabiano Gerevini and Andrea Tortora who took over following the resignations of Patrick Van Campenhout.

After the reports on the activities of the President, Treasurer and Secretary General, there was a discussion on the projects, the recognition of the PI's 'athletes-testimonials' who will be appointed by the next Board meeting, the next General Assembly and Round Table and the Erasmus projects to which PI has applied through Fabio Figueiras and the Secretary General (seven projects).

The reports to be presented at the General Assembly were discussed and unanimously approved, together with the final balance sheet, the budget and the IB's reasoned proposal regarding the membership fees for the next two-year period (2025-26).

On this point, the Treasurer presented a proposal for an adjustment of the membership fees, which have not been increased for more than 20 years. He explained how this is indispensable to have financial independence from the IOC contribution and necessary to be able to profitably continue the numerous and increasingly intense international relations.

The International Board members, having asked numerous questions and discussed the matter in depth, agreed on the proposal.  The AC considered the work positive and presented its report. The Nominations received for the election to International bodies were then submitted and their reopening was decided, limited to the EU and SA continent and the CH District (has already been sent circular) as the candidates of the International Board are not enough to fill the positions destined to the non-Italians.

The Ethics Commission was then set up to be in line with IOC directives and to ensure that PI (its organs, clubs and individual members) comply with the fundamental principles of the Code of Ethics that will be adopted by the General Assembly in Agrigento to guarantee neutrality, non-discrimination and integrity of behaviour.

The Collaboration agreement with the International Dart Federation was then approved and discussed about the opportunity to equip us with a "Mascot of the PI". For this proposal a specific project will have to be drawn up and a survey will be made among Clubs. The same thing will be applied for the official anthem of the PI.

The usual meeting with the of the PI-D. Chiesa Board took place on Friday to discuss the projects aimed at spreading our values in synergy through the international photo competition and short film competition. In this regard, it was decided to extend the photo competition to 31 March.  

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The International Olympic Committee (IOC) reaffirms its strong position against the politicisation of sport. This position is a Fundamental Principle of the Olympic Charter, which says:

“Recognising that sport occurs within the framework of society, sports organisations within the Olympic Movement shall apply political neutrality. They have the rights and obligations of autonomy, which include freely establishing and controlling the rules of sport, determining the structure and governance of their organisations, enjoying the right of elections free from any outside influence and the responsibility for ensuring that principles of good governance be applied.”

Press Release

Enrico Prandi, Vice President of the Cultural Foundation Panathlon International Domenico Chiesa, talked about the Photo Competition 2024 reminding that the exhibition of the selected works will be organised inside the Unimore in Reggio Emilia, viale Allegri.

The competition will expire next 17 March and the award ceremony will be on 4 May always in Reggio Emilia.

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Next 21 March, the Club of Lisbon has organised an in-person and online event to disseminate the results of the Erasmus SAMF project.

The invitation is open to anyone who would like to participate.

Below is a link for registration 

https://forms.gle/RnD72pi3qNAXwg458

Link YouTube Stream - 

https://www.youtube.com/live/9p-P3iL72UM?si=DF9fBYarVMF9C4Hf

 

 

The Panathlon Club Buenos Aires invites you to the next meeting to be held in Buenos Aires.

A Zoom link will be available for those interested in the event. We will discuss the theme developed by the organization SAMF: "SPORT AGAINST MATCH FIXING: when to start" with the participation of the Argentinean Panathlete Estanislao Osores Soler, the Portuguese Fabio Figueiras and Simona Callo, Secretary General of PI. 

Below is the registration form

https://forms.gle/BimHfSio1WLDUVg27

 

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