Through the Olympic Truce, Sport has the power to promote peace, tolerance and understanding by uniting people together across boundaries, cultures, religions and despite conflicts across the world.
The recent agreement between FIFA and the Council of Europe give us a cue to analyse the importance of sport as a powerful tool of human rights promotion.
8th January 2013, at the Institute of the Italian Culture in Brussels, S.S. Lazio, Ferencvaros, Panionios, Olympiacos, Racing Club de France and Sporting Clube de Portugal signed the so-called “Multisport Declaration”.
It has been a great year of sport and multisport! EMCA and our Multisport Clubs wish you a splendid Christmas! Happy Holidays!
Yesterday, a delegation of EMCA and TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen attended in Brussels the Open Info Day Horizon 2020: “health, demographic change and wellbeing”
Last week, the Hungarian Club held a gala celebration at the Elek Gyula Arena, to hand over for the first time in the club’s history the Fradi Fair Play Awards.
Great title for the hometown of Levski SC: yesterday took place a huge ceremony celebrating sport and the many events that will take place next year.
December is arriving and both our Association and our Clubs are working hard to organise future events and actions in our Multisport framework.
Our Greek friends organize relay races in cooperation with the Municipality of Piraeus and the Foundation of Sport for Young People (OPAN) for fourth consecutive year.
The resolution titled “Building a peaceful and better world through sport and Olympic ideal” calls on nations for the cessation of all global conflict during 2018 Pyeongchang Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.