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30 Jan 2023
Sports
ASEAN Women in Sports Ambassadors
#WeScore Campaign Building on the legacy of the Tokyo 2020 Games, ASEAN appointed 10 prominent athletes and sports officials as ASEAN Women in Sports Ambassadors in December 2021. Since then, the ambassadors have been using their influence to promote g
30 Jan 2023
Sports
Driving the Equality and Inclusivity Agenda
ASEAN PARA SPORTS FEDERATION It started with a noble idea to provide persons with disability (PWDs) with a competitive platform to excel in life through sports, apart from strongly driving the message of equality and inclusivity. 
30 Jan 2023
Sports
Traditional Sports and Games: Preserving ASEAN’s Cultural Heritage
The diversity of the ASEAN Community manifests in many forms, from the usual traditional arts or cuisines, to traditional sports and games. Traditional sports and games are an important part of each Member States’ intangible cultural heritage. They ser
2 Feb 2023
Sports
Getting into the Bigger Game: Interview on ASEAN Sports Cooperation
Sports spark joy in almost every community. They are recreational, bring people together, and spur friendly conversations even among strangers. Different kinds of sports are played or watched by people from all walks of life around the globe to feel go
2 Feb 2023
Sports
Sports Development Index: A Fairer Approach to Measure Sports Development
The Sports Development Index (SDI) measures sports development by using a multi-dimensional approach. It is hoped that this index can promote positive changes in terms of health and well-being, as well as personal skills development and economic produc
2 Feb 2023
Sports, Youth
Physical Education and Inclusion
A workshop to improve the quality of physical education and promote sports for people with disabilities takes of.
2 Feb 2023
Sports
People in ASEAN Need to be More Active
Physical activity undertaken through travel, work, and leisure has significant mental and physical health benefits. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), people who are insufficiently active are at a higher risk of death by 20-30 per cent c
2 Feb 2023
Sports
How Universal Design Principles Promote Inclusivity in Sports
Attending sports matches and activities is a socio-cultural tradition in ASEAN. Therefore, it is essential that no segment of the population is excluded from these events on the basis of their disabilities. The increasing interest of ASEAN Member State
2 Feb 2023
Gender, Sports
FIFA Determined to Untap the Huge Potential of Women’s Football
If you want to see how far women’s football has progressed in the last few years, you need to look no further than the ASEAN region, where Viet Nam and the Philippines have made history by qualifying for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023—the first time t
2 Feb 2023
Sports
Advocating for Clean Sport in ASEAN
Sports have always played an integral role in the lives of the people of ASEAN—whether as a way to maintain a healthy lifestyle, develop and enhance one’s physical and psychomotor skills, or perform at an elite level. Sports have also created a platfor
2 Feb 2023
Sports
Fostering ASEAN Identity Through the Safeguarding of Traditional Sports and Games in the Modern World
The ASEAN Leaders’ Vision Statement on a Cohesive and Responsive ASEAN: Rising Above Challenges and Sustaining Growth (Ha Noi, June 2020) highlights the need for ASEAN to continue promoting a sense of belonging in the ASEAN Community. Increasing awaren
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