INTERNATIONAL BENCHMARK on Centre of Excellence on Sport and Disability
5-6 NOVEMBER 2015

THURSDAY 5 NOVEMBER

9:30 to 10:30: Opening - Introduction and presentation of the Sport & Handicap Pole
Presentation of the Sport & Handicap Pole project by the County Councils of the Seine-Saint-Denis and of Paris: target groups, vision of CD93 on the social and territorial issue, etc.
> Pascal Mathieu, Head of the Sport and Recreation Department, Department of Culture, Heritage, Sport and Recreation, County Council of Seine-Saint-Denis, France
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> Béatrice Niderkorn,
Head of Disabled people, Department of Aging Population and Disabled People, County Council of Seine-Saint-Denis, France
Presentation of the report of Sciences Po students on the expectations of local actors with respect to the pole.
> Enzo Dauphinot, Edgar Savary, Louis Souchière, Hanaa Trifiss, étudiants en Master Urbanisme, Sciences Po Paris
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10:30 to 12:30: Roundtable 1 - The objectives of a pole of excellence on sport & handicap
What coexistence of different sporting activities? What coexistence of different sports? A dynamic site bringing together all type of audiences: what relationship to the neighbourhood, what social and economic project? Metropolitan influence and local based integration (social inclusion, integration, ...), event leverage, image ...
> Therese Conway, UNESCO Research Policy and Development Coordinator, "Transforming the Lives of People with Disabilities, their Families and Communities, Through Physical Education, Sport, Recreation and Fitness". Department of Health & Leisure Studies, Institute of Technology Tralee, County of Kerry, Ireland
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> Adam Crowle, Disability Development Officer, The Albion Foundation and Sporting Club Albion, West Midlands, United Kingdom
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> Christian Laroche, architect of Lycée-EREA Toulouse-Lautrec, Vaucresson, France
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> Vincent Moisselin, Head of Department, Department of Culture, Heritage, Sport and Recreation, County Council of Seine-Saint-Denis, France
> Delphine Hammel, Head of Department Elderly Population and Disabled People, County Council of Seine-Saint-Denis, France

 

2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.: Roundtable 2 – Infrastructure, equipment and operational instruments
How to share and optimize the use of the equipment? What transports, what accessibility? Equipment, resources, funding: pooling and rationalization
> Vincent Bardou, Directeur général, Centre de Montrodat et complexe Euroméditerranéen
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> Jo Richards, Development Director of British Wheelchair Basketball, based at SportPark. University of Loughborough
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> Sarah Boudinet, Project Manager Traveller Services, Services Policy, Syndicat des Transports d'Ile de France (STIF- Paris region transport authority), France
> Bruno Hennebelle, Sports and Tourism Officer, AEDE, France
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4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.: Roundtable 3 - Intangible pole: functions and resources
What place for training in the Pole? Awareness: to whom, what and how? Networking of stakeholders, training, research (R & D), coordination, resource centre ...
> Stéphane Saint Amand, Director of Automation Resource Center, Odyssée 2023 - Automation and Health Pole, Gueret, France
> François Lhuissier, MD, PhP, sports physician and physiologist, Avicenne Hospital, Associate Professor at Paris 13 University, France
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> Philippe Bissonnet,
Head of National Resources Pole Sport et Handicaps, Bourges, France
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> Ann O Connor, UNESCO Chair, "Transforming the Lives of People with Disabilities, their Families and Communities, Through Physical Education, Sport, Recreation and Fitness". Department of Health & Leisure Studies, Institute of Technology Tralee, County of Kerry, Ireland
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FRIDAY 6 NOVEMBER
Implementation and conclusions

9.30-11.00: Roundtable 4 - Implementation: Pole formalization and governance
The Pole and La Motte site: what physical embodiment of the Pole? A multitude of actors: which network do we want to set up? Sport and Handicap Pole: what originality, what role relative to other poles? Which sectors to integrate and how?

11.00-12.00: Conclusions Roundtable with speakers on cross-discussion on governance models of each case

 

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