The Hellenic Cultural and Educational Club for UNESCO, in association with professional educators and sport coaches, organizes 25 June – 02 July 2023 the 2nd World Olympic Summer School under the auspices of the International Olympic Academy. The School is also supported by the UNESCO Chair in Intercultural Policy for an Active Citizenship and Solidarity, University of Macedonia, Greece.
The World Olympic Summer School aims to raise awareness relating to the Olympic Values and to prepare the next generation of the Olympic Values Ambassadors.
In the World Olympic Summer School are welcome to participate students between 14 – 16 years old from all around the world. Teachers can also participate in the Summer School. The official languages of the Symposium are English and Greek.
Focusing on Respect, one of the three core Olympic Values, the students will learn the importance of respecting themselves, the others, the world tangible and intangible cultural heritage and the planet (the R-Project). The four pillars of the Program are Education, Sports, Culture and Environment.
The World Olympic Summer School is promoting the Sustainable Development Goals focusing on: Goal 3 – Good Health and Well-Being, Goal 4 – Quality Education, Goal 5 – Gender Equality, Goal 12 – Responsible Consumption and Production, Goal 13 – Climate Action, Goal 15 – Life on Land, Goal 16 – Peace Justice and strong Institutions and Goal 17 – Partnerships for Goals.
The World Olympic Summer School will be hosted in the International Olympic Academy. The deadline for the submission of the participation form is the 10th May 2023.Information is uploaded on the official site of the School www.olympicsummerschool.com