Pre-MED Sport Forum
Sport Nostrum: Fostering Dialogue and Social Innovation in the Mediterranean Region
29th November 2017, 2.40pm – 6.30pm
Venue: Grand Hotel Parco dei Principi, Via Frescobaldi 5, Rome
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Mario Pescante, Permanent Observer of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to the United Nations
Massimiliano Montanari, Executive Director, Save the Dream
Estela Farias, Project Coordinator, Training Athletes for Sport Events Management (TASEM) Samir Ghodhbani, General Secretary, Tunisian Judo Federation
Bushra Shhadah, TASEM participants
Alberto S. Bichi, Executive Director, European Platform for Sport Innovation
Martino Roghi, CSR Manager, A.C. Milan
Constantinos Filis, Director General, International Olympic Truce Center (IOTC)
Alessandra Liquori O’Neil, Officer-in-Charge, UNICRI Fabio Lucidi, Sapienza University of Rome, PsyTool Project
M Levent Akici, International Coordinator, World Ethnosport Confederation
Roland Schilling, Deputy Regional Representative, UNHCR
Fiona May, Head of Commission of Integration, Italian FA
Joao Paulo Almeida, Director General, National Olympic Committee of Portugal
HoneyThaljieh, Save the Dream Ambassador
Raffaele Chiulli, President of ARISF, Association of International Sports Federations recognized by the International Olympic Committee, Member of Save the Dream High-Level Panel
Paolo Magri, ISPI Executive Vice-President
This event was
Organized by: Save the Dream
In Partnership with:TASeM
Supported by:UNAOC, United Nations Alliance of Civilizations
The 3rd edition of ROME MED – Mediterranean Dialogues was preceded by 10 “PRE-MED” Forums on November 29 and 30.
They were intended to address some of the most pressing and topical challenges to the Mediterranean region by bringing together institutional actors, experts, civil servants, and top representatives of the international business community and the media.
Participants were offered the opportunity to discuss viable options to foster dialogue and enhance cooperation in a context of equitable and sustainable growth, address key topics such as business, energy, religion and sport and discuss the role of women, youth, think tanks, policy planners and the media.
All this contributed to turn Rome into a global hub for high-level dialogues drafting a positive agenda for the Mediterranean.