International Committee of Sport Pedagogy and its Contribution to the Development of Physical Education, Physical Activities and Sport in the World and Building Related Policies

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The explosion of information and the development of information and communication technologies contribute to serious worldwide problems – sedentary life styles and physical inactivity of people, all with related health, economic and social consequences. International organizations are actively addressing these current problems of the world. Good example of successful cooperation between international bodies is ICSSPE’s International Committee of Sport Pedagogy (ICSP) and its participation on international projects: “International Position Statement on Physical Education”, “Benchmarks for Physical Education”, “Designed to Move”, “Global Voices on Quality of Physical Education and Sport”, “International Charter of Physical Education, Physical Activities and Sport”, “Quality Physical Education Guidelines for Policy Makers”, “Madagascar project”

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