This biannual Session aims to bring together Senior Administrators from Organisations engaged in crea ting Olympic Education programmes and in vo lved in educational and social activities aiming to promote the Olympic Movement. The IOA's role is to coordinate and assist the NOAs in their work, and this Session provides a Forum for the exchange of ideas and educational programmes and the presentation of the activities of the NOAs and NOCs in different countries.
• National Olympic Academies may register two (2) representatives
• National Olympic Committees may register one (1) representative
• International Olympic Sport Federations may register one (1) representative
The airfare cost for one participant per National Olympic Academy is met by Olympic Solidarity.
Short Papers or Presentations
Representatives are invited to prepare speeches on the special topic of the Session, to be presented at the IOA.
Special Subjects of the Joint International Session for Presidents or Directors of NOAs and Officials of NOCs Up until the year 1991, separate Sessions were held for the Directors of NOAs and for the members and staff of NOCs and IFs. As of 1992, the Sessions are unified into one which is held alternately with the Session for Directors of National Olympic Aca-demies.
International Session for Members and Staff of NOCs and IFs (1978-1991)
• The role of the NOCs
• The role of the NOCs in the propagation of the Olympic Idea
• Olympism facing Violence and Fair Play
• Olympism and present reality
• Olympic Education
• Olympic Education through the NOCs and IFs
• The Olympic Movement and some of its aspects
• Exploration of the most effective ways for the col-laboration of NOCs, NOAs and IFs for the propa-gation of Olympic Education.
• Olympic Educational programmes and ways of teaching the Olympic Idea among the Youth: Elaboration, structure and contents of a universal Olympic programme which will take into consi -deration all the different cultural particularities of the major cultural zones of the world.
• The activities of a National Olympic Academy wi t hin the framework of National Education sys tems.
• Olympic Education Programmes in schools. Cooperation between National Olympic Academies and National Olympic Committees.
• Various models of effective education: Options and methods of implementation and evaluation stra¬tegies.
• Doping in Sports.
• Cultural Aspects of Olympism.
• Worldwide Review of the Programmes of Olympic Education.
• National Olympic Committees: The cultural and educational dimension of the Olympic Movement.