International Organisations and Sport Federations Are Called to Forge Links at Geneva Forum 21 January 2016
Geneva, Switzerland (UNOSDP) – The International Conference Centre of Geneva today became a networking hub for organizations seeking cooperation on sport for development and peace projects.
Wilfried Lemke Receives Extension as UN Special Adviser on Sport 8 January 2016
Geneva, Switzerland (UNOSDP) – The Special Adviser to the United Nations Secretary-General on Sport for Development and Peace, Wilfried Lemke, has been reappointed to his role for a further year by the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
Note to Correspondents on the awarding of the Olympic Cup to the United Nations 10 December 2015
New York , 10 December 2015 - The Secretary-General was honoured to learn about the decision by the International Olympic Committee to award the Olympic Cup to the United Nations. He is pleased to receive it on behalf of the Organization.
"All Equal Cup" Celebrates Tolerance and Diversity Through Universal Game 10 December 2015
Geneva, Switzerland (UNOSDP) – Human rights experts, United Nations officials, European Union diplomats and students of the Geneva Academy were joined by a World Cup winner Christian Karembeu today on a football pitch at the Palais des Nations for a symbolic tournament against racism and discrimination.
UN Geneva Hosts Discussions on Sport and SDGs 9 December 2015
Geneva, Switzerland (UNOSDP) – The 7th edition of the UN Geneva Seminar Series, dedicated to the role of sport in addressing the newly adopted Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), wraps up today at the Palais des Nations.
Special Adviser Joins Prince William in Birmingham to Honor Young Football Ambassadors 9 December 2015
Geneva, Switzerland (UNOSDP) - On December 7th his Royal Highness Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge, was accompanied by Mr Wilfried Lemke, Special Advisor to the United Nations Secretary-General on Sport for Development and Peace, and Kashif Siddiqi, Co-Founder of Football for Peace, supporting the “City for Peace” Initiative in Birmingham, run by Football for Peace Global.