Commonwealth Youth Sport for Development and Peace (CYSDP) Network Questionnaire
The annual meeting of the Commonwealth Advisory Body on Sport (CABOS), an independent body providing advice on sport policy issues to Commonwealth Countries, will be held between the 7th and 9th of October in Mauritius.
CABOS is an independent body that meets annually providing advice on sport policy issues, particularly as it relates to Sport-for-Development.
For the 2017-2018 period, CABOS membership included Government members from Australia, Canada, Cameroon, Fiji, Malta, Nigeria and Sierra Leone; Commonwealth organisations including the Commonwealth Games Federation and Commonwealth Youth Sport for Development and Peace Network, as well as expert members and institutions from the Caribbean, New Zealand and Malaysia. CABOS reports to the Commonwealth Secretary-General, Commonwealth Sports Ministers Meeting and, through the Commonwealth Secretariat, to member governments and key stakeholders.
The meeting will see representatives gather from a wide range of ministries and organisations across the Commonwealth, and focus on three key priority areas:
Priority area 1: Supporting the development of model indicators on sport, physical education, physical activity and the SDGs;
Priority area 2: Mapping sport integrity vulnerabilities and capabilities across the commonwealth;
Priority area 3: Produce a consensus statement on promoting human rights in and through sport.
CABOS will also include a special session on ‘sport policy innovation’.
The CYSDPs contribution will be to provide the youth perspective on how e-sports relates to each of the three priority areas, and special session. The network will use this survey, previous research undertaken by the group and the first-hand experience of members at e-sports events, to do so.
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