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The manual provides opportunities to build table tennis tables locally to foster sports development and development through sport.
The main goal is to provide resources for teaching values in boys and girls from age 6 who benefit from the practise of table tennis being an essential tool to use sport for change.
The toolkit's mission is to assist teachers in their work to instil in children the values of respect, equity and inclusion through engaging physical activities.
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Albanian, Amharic, Arabic, Chinese, Dari, English, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Latvian, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Tongan, Urdu and Welsh.
From event ideas to impact evaluation, the 2022 World Table Tennis Day toolkit helps table tennis enthusiasts around the world organise memorable WTTD events.
The inspirational women series are a set of interviews that spotlights women from our table tennis community – those who made it in the male-dominated world and who choose to go above and beyond. We hope it will inspire others to make not only their dreams come true do, but to help other girls and women to follow their dreams no matter how big or small. We definitely need more of these everyday heroes to achieve equal rights for everyone, everywhere.
The guidelines assist organisations in transforming their intentions to empower women and girls and advance gender equality into actual practice, based on measurable and concrete actions and indicators.
Language shapes cultural and social attitudes. To promote gender equity and fight gender bias, gender-inclusive language is powerful, avoids bias toward a particular sex or social gender, and therefore is less likely to convey stereotypes.
Media companies, sports rights holders and brands can change the perceptions of women sport by changing the used visuals. Join and choose to shine a more inclusive, intersectional lens on women and girls in sport and close the visibility gap with equity.
This guide and the accompanying research aim to answer the question of how Sport for Development organisations are taking action to include transgender, non-binary and gender non-conforming (trans) youth.
This guide will help people in the media understand the history of LGBTQ+ participation in sport and provide facts and context to support accurate, respectful and inclusive coverage, especially of transgender athletes.
This toolkit provides sports organisation principles and guidelines that they can use to safeguard the health and well-being of athletes when it comes to harassment and abuse.