You are passionate about table tennis? You strive for social development? You care about gender equality and you want to take action? And you’ve always wanted to be part of the ITTF Foundation family? PERFECT! Because we are looking for World Table Tennis Day Promoters!
It feels like yesterday that we celebrated the 2020 edition of World Table Tennis Day from home. We believe, that these unique and challenging times have made us and the World Table Tennis Day movement even stronger!
On 6 April 2021, our focus will be even more on inclusiveness and we hope you will join us. So, save the date and take this opportunity of celebrating this special day to raise awareness of gender equality in your community! Because table tennis is FUN and should be shared with everybody.
At the ITTF Executive Committee meeting held in Chengdu, China, in October 2019, the ITTF Sustainability Working Group was created, aimed at tackling the key issue of sustainability in table tennis.
A year on from its formation, the ITTF Sustainability Working Group is broadening its horizons and - with exciting plans in the pipeline - is keen to invite those with expertise and knowledge in the field to express their interest in collaboration.
“The power of table tennis – what's in it for me?”
For late comers or all those too busy to watch 1,5 hours presentation: here comes the brief summary about current opportunities for you to get involved with the ITTF Foundation. as showcased in last week’s presentation.
We had the privilege of being the first of six online presentations in the build up to the 2020 ITTF General Annual Meeting. The video conference was successfully conducted on Monday 1st September from the Foundation's headquarters in Leipzig.
Still facing one of the biggest global challenges due to Covid-19, we all must work together to recover as soon as possible. Recently, UN Women informed in a Policy Brief that gender equality is facing a step backwards due to the pandemic and encourages governments and different organisations to actively “build back better”.