February 21st: International NO VIOLENCE IN SPORT Convention in Florence

We invite you to the European Conference “Creating the EU network of schools, sport clubs, federations and associations against violence in sport” that will be held in Florence (Italy) on February 21st.

The Conference is organized within the European project NOVIS – No Violence In Sport – www.novisport.eu, funded by the European Commission within the program Erasmus + Sport.

PROGRAM OF THE CONFERENCE DEDICATED TO STUDENTS
Cinema-Teatro della Compagnia, Via Camillo Cavour, 50/R Firenze – h. 9:30 – 12:30

h. 9:30

Meeting of the participants

h. 10:00

Introduction to the International Conference – Germano Lanzoni (comic actor)

VIDEO NOVIS project presentation and video screening on Candido Cannavò “violence in sport”.

Gianfelice Facchetti read Candido Cannavò.

h. 10:20

Greetings by Stefania Saccardi Regional Councilor Right to health, welfare, social and health integration and sport and Dario Nardella Mayor of Florence.

Direct facebook directly from Nelson Mandela’s cell reproduced at the Mandela Forum.

Intervention by Marco Malvaldi, writer of “Sports stories”.

Video projection made by the students.

h. 11:10

Greetings by Matteo Biffoni Mayor of Prato and Marco Arpino CONI Director at the Italian National Olympic Committee.

Speech by Don Gino Rigoldi Founder of the Comunità Nuova Onlus.

Alessando Cannavò tells and reads Candido Cannavò.

h. 12:15

Performance by Gianfelice Facchetti “We were almost in the sky”.

h. 12:30

Jury Award and Social Award for the best videos made by the students.

PROGRAM OF THE CONFERENCE DEDICATED TO COACHES, SPORT DIRECTORS AND PARENTS
Palazzo Strozzi Sacrati, Sala Pegaso, Piazza Duomo Firenze – h. 15:00 – 18:00

h. 15:00-18:00

Opening of the Conference – Alessandro Cannavò (Corriere della Sera, Fondazione Cannavò)

The figure of Candido Cannavò as a symbol of a sport that brings values – Gianluca Pasini (Gazzetta dello Sport, Fondazione Cannavò)

What is violence in sport. How it manifests itself. From where it originates – Prof.ssa Francesca Vitali (Psicologa Università di Verona)

Just one click to unleash violence? – Dott.ssa Tania Kyriakidou (Grecia)

Nelson Mandela, resilience through sport – Franco Arturi (Editorialista Gazzetta dello Sport, Direttore Fondazione Cannavò)

Sports and results, parents’ expectations – Ricard Ventura (Formatore Spagna)

Violence in youth football, a direct testimony – Alessandro Birindelli (Ex-calciatore Juventus e Empoli, Allenatore)

Creating a culture of encounter: the pedagogical revolution of Pope Francis – Josè Maria Del Corral (Direttore Scholas Occurrentes Argentina)

Diversity compared – Giacomo Galanda (Former Player Italian Basketball Team) and Giulia Sautariello (Italian National Silent Basketball)

Potential and objectives of the NOVIS project – Prof. Salvatore Conte (Director of Studies Center CGFS)

Subscription of the international protocol SPORT CHART, AND AFFILIATION PROGRAM
Stefania Saccardi, Vicepresident Regione Toscana
Marco Arpino, Director Special Projects CONI
Francesco Panzera, President Centro Giovanile di Formazione Sportiva

REGISTER HERE to participate in the event

https://www.eventbrite.it/e/biglietti-novis-no-violence-in-sport-53642701765

Train the trainers in Prato: let’s start!

During the months of November and December in Prato at the sports center of Mezzana managed by the CGFS, meetings were held for the training of teachers qualified to do the NOVIS project.
The course, with teachers Monica Casalini and Martino Angelini, was developed in four mornings and saw the presence of 11 sports educators and coaches of the CGFS, 3 of the Club Scherma Lucca T.B.B. and 1 of the ASD Montemurlo Basketball.
The objective is to transmit the skills learned in the meeting in Bucharest and transfer them enriched with new elements. This is to make possible the interventions of NOVIS not only in schools but also in gyms, playgrounds and swimming pools.
The days have received a positive interest and it is believed that the 15 participants are able to give life to their e-camps in schools and in their sports clubs.