A new peace perception in development for sport
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The father of the Olympic Games in the Modern Times, Pierre de Coubertin, utilized a strategy in 1919, post-First World War to promote his ideas. He decided that the Games should be accessible to a global population from all walks of life; available for all and not open only for competition purposes. He vouched and supported for the democratization of sport for all in terms of physical practice.
This book chapter is not available at CUD collection. The version of scholarly record of this book chapter is published in Reinventing sport and Olympic games after COVID-19: return to Pierre de Coubertin (2020), available online at: https://www.emuseudoesporte.com.br/us/home
Mataruna, L. (2020). A new peace perception in development for sport. In Todt, N., Miragaya, A. & DaCosta, L. (Eds.). Reinventing sport and Olympic games after COVID-19: return to Pierre de Coubertin (pp. 179-191). eMuseum of Sport. https://www.emuseudoesporte.com.br/us/home