by Guy Jaouen in Uncategorised
The recognition of TSGs through their integration into the school curriculum is one of the major AEJeST objectives. This is what motivated the declaration of Verona in 2015 (see text). Appel Verona 2015 En 2
This article makes a non exhaustive point of the last decisions going in the direction of TSG recognition through their integration in the school programs.
Iran: The Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports, in charge of Culture, said last week: “Support for the development of indigenous and local sports is a priority.”
It was during a competition that took place at the beginning of May in Quchan (North East), that during a conversation with journalists, Minister Abdulhamid Ahmadi said: “We must support sports programs for villages, and traditional sports. The Ministry and the Federation of Indigenous and Local Games will vigorously organize international events in the field of rural and nomadic sports, as well as indigenous games, with special credits for this section. ”
Spain, Canaria: Friday 8 of February was published the new Canarian law on sport. One chapter is about TSG. “The Canary Islands administration will be guided by the following guiding principles for the recovery, maintenance and development of indigenous and traditional sports and games as an integral part of our culture:
– The organization of leisure and sports activities contributing to reinforce one’s own cultural identity.
– The training of technical staff, arbitration and sports judges.
– The establishment of promotion programs and techniques, especially those intended for the sports initiation of young people of school age.
Philippines: The National Assembly of Philippines has approved a law to preserve the indigenous games of the country. Last end of December 2018 was voted the “Philippine Indigenous Games Preservation Act”. The law (with departments of Culture and Education), will initiate measures to preserve indigenous games in the country, including their inclusion in the appropriate part of the curriculum in the basic education system of the schools.
Andorra, Spain: In September 2018, the official physical education programs of the Principality of Andorra included traditional sports games, sports, dances, nature activities and motor practices (with or without competition).
https://www.educacio.ad/segona-ensenyanca in “ProgrammesRead more
Our colleague and friend Alexey Kylasov, President of Ethnosport World Society is preparing to create a virtual library on traditional games and sports. As a first action, he wants to share in open access a book he wrote that explains the process of institutionalization and sportification of TSG in modern society. The book released by academic publishers and indexed by Thomson Reuter:Read more
300 Primary School students participate in the 1st Traditional Games Exhibition of the Faculty of Education (University of Zaragoza)
by Biel Pubill Soler in Uncategorised
This action is the result of an innovation project coordinated by Carmen Fernández Amat,professor of the Musical Education Area, and carried out with the support of the Musical, Plastic and Corporal Expression Department of the Faculty of Education. She is also member of Council Board of the International Association of Traditional Games and Sports (AEJeST).Read more
París, 8 de diciembre de 2017Read more
Ver galería de fotografías. Voir la galerie de photos. See photo gallery.Read more
by Biel Pubill Soler in Uncategorised
Primera Fila de izquierda a derecha; Première rangée de gauche à droite; 1st rank, from left to right
- Biel PUBILL SOLER (1964) – Cataluña, España Profesor Ed. Física Instituto Flix, Miembro Lo Llaüt (Cataluña).
- José Angel HOYOS PEROTE (1951) – España Vicepresidente de la Federación Cántabra de Bolos, Coordinador del Proyecto Educativo Madera de Ser
- Carmen FERNÁNDEZ AMAT (1963) – España Dra. Filosofía y Letras – Profesora en la Universidade Zaragoza
- Fernando DIESTRO GÓMEZ (1946) – España Director General honorario de Deportes del Gobierno de Cantabria, Presidente honorario de la Federación Cántabra de Bolos
- Pere LAVEGA BURGUÉS (1965) – Cataluña, España Dr en Filosofía y Ciencias de la Educación, Profesor catedrático INEFC, Miembro del Consejo Consultivo de la UNESCO
- Guy JAOUEN (1954) – France MSc chercheur en Anthropologie, Président honoraire de la confédération FALSAB, Secrétaire honoraire de la FILC
- Giorgio Paolo AVIGO (1956) – Italia Président de l’Associazione Giochi Antichi, Président du festival TOCATI
A magazine of 52 pages has been published for the 15th AEJeST anniversary (see the cover).Read more
AEJeST was invited by the Croatian federation Istrie pljočkarski Savez (IPS) for an international tournament of PLIOCKE (game of puck). Several conferences have also been organized with the participation of delegates and personalities of national level.Read more