Presentation of the study on Olympic education activities and resources
The Olympic Studies Centre at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (CEO-UAB) has presented the international study Olympic education: activities and resources commissioned...
Nelson S. Todt joins the CEO-UAB research team
Dr. Nelson Schneider Todt has joined as invited researcher the research team at the Olympic Studies Centre at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (CEO-UAB). His stage at the UAB will...
The Olympic Studies Center (CEO-UAB) promotes the work of the International Solidarity Sports Foundation at the UAB
On Thursday 19 April, as part of World Health Day organized by the Solidarity Foundation, will disseminate the objectives and activities of the NGO International Solidarity Sports, chaired...
Defining Olympic education
El Olimpismo de Coubertin
The text corresponds to the introductory chapter in the book Pierre de Coubertin 1863-1937: Olimpismo: selección de textos (Lausanne : CIPC, 2012) summarising the conference given by Dr. Norbert...
Olympic values in the 21st century: between continuity and change
Olympic values may be narrowly tied to the 20th century and its values. Although sports had their beginning in the 19th century, they may be affirmed to have assumed their virtually universal popular...
Torino 2006 Olympic Games
Dossier produced by the CEO-UAB team on the occasion of the Torino 2006 Olympic Games, describing the environment strategy and the Olympic education initiatives promoted by TOROC. In addition, a selection...
WP115 | Olympic education experiences: the sponsorship role in the promotion of Olympic values
Anna Laura Rezende
WP056 | The Aspirations of Olympism: a framework for considering the athlete’s experience in the Olympic Movement at the close of the twentieth century
Universidad y estudios olímpicos = Universidade e estudos olimpicos = University and Olympic Studies: Seminarios España-Brasil 2006
Miquel de Moragas; Lamartine DaCosta
Shaping the future : IOC interim report 2009-2010
International Olympic Committee (IOC)
Disrupting the rhetoric of the rings: a critique of olympic idealism in physical education
Geoffery Z. Kohe
The Beijing olympics prompted educationalists to develop new curriculum resources. These resources focus on the socio-cultural elements of the games, olympism and olympic values, the moral and ethical...
Deporte y medio ambiente
PNUMA (Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Medio Ambiente)
Olympic Movement's Agenda 21 : sport for sustainable development
Sport and Environment Commission, International Olympic Committee (IOC)
Moral and cultural dimensions of Olympism and their educational application
Paper given in the 34th Session of the Olympic International Academy (Olympia, 1994). The author explores the cultural, educational and moral dimensions of Olympism – fair play, contest, education in...
Olympic Movement as an expression of the world's power systems : an analysis of motives, attitudes and values
Paper presented in the 33rd Session of the Olympic International Academy (Olympia, 1993). In the text, the author analyses "the relationship of the Olympic Movement as an expression of the system of world-wide...
Changing nature of the ideology of Olympism in the modern Olympic era
Doctoral thesis presented in 2005 to the University of Loughborough (Great Britain). The thesis intends "to identify and evaluate the changing nature of the olympic ideology in the modern era towards...
Toward the essential meaning of fair play as an aspiration of Olympism
Deborah P. McDonald
Communication given at the 3rd International Symposium of Olympic Research organized by the Center of Olympic Studies of the University of Western Ontario (Canada, 1996). Following the premise of fair...
Olympic Values in the twenty-first century : between continuity and change
Communication given in the 8th International Symposium of Olympic Research organised by the Center of Olympic Studies of the University of Western Ontario (Canada, 2006). In the text, the author analyses...
Olympic Idea as a moral challenge
Paper presented in the 2nd Summer Session of the Olympic International Academy (Olympia, 1962). The contribution is part of a series of three talks. In the text, Carl Diem analyses the main challenges...