Gender Equality

  • Gender Equality
    • 2001 - Women and Sport Trophy - Information on the Winners
      12 Sep 2009 · 1 pages · Pdf · pdf (2232 Ko)

    • 2002 - Women and Sport Trophy - Information on the Winners
      12 Sep 2009 · Pdf · pdf (2207 Ko)

    • 2004 - Women and Sport Trophy - Information on the Winners
      11 Oct 2010 · 1 pages · Pdf · pdf (2684 Ko)

    • 2005 - Women and Sport Trophy - Information on the Winners
      11 Oct 2010 · 1 pages · Pdf · pdf (2707 Ko)

    • 2006 - Women and Sport Trophy - Information on the Winners
      11 Oct 2010 · 1 pages · Pdf · pdf (2719 Ko)

    • 2007 - Women and Sport Trophy - Information on the Winners
      11 Oct 2010 · 4 pages · Pdf · pdf (785 Ko)

    • 2009 - Women and Sport Trophy - Information on the Winners
      13 Feb 2012 · 2 pages · Pdf · pdf (673 Ko)

    • 2010 - Women and Sport Trophy - Information on the Winners
      11 Oct 2010 · 2 pages · Pdf · pdf (1001 Ko)

    • 2011 - Women and Sport Trophy - Information on the Winners
      13 Feb 2012 · 2 pages · Pdf · pdf (393 Ko)

    • 2012 - Women and Sport Trophy - Information on the Winners
      06 Feb 2012 · 2 pages · Pdf · pdf (745 Ko)

    • 2013 - Women and Sport Trophy - Information on the Winners
      06 Jul 2013 · 2 pages · Pdf · pdf (218 Ko)

    • 2014 - Women and Sport Trophy - Information on the Winners
      06 Feb 2014 · 2 pages · Pdf · pdf (322 Ko)

    • 2015 - Women and Sport Trophy - Information on the Winners
      06 Feb 2015 · 13 pages · Pdf · pdf (4038 Ko)

    • Athens 2004 - Women Participation at the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad - Statistics
      12 Sep 2009 · Pdf · pdf (4Mo)

    • FOCUS - Women and Sport - March 2007
      01 Mar 2007 · 4 pages · Pdf · pdf (805Ko)

    • Loughborough University 2010 - Gender Equality and Leadership in Olympic Bodies
      02 Aug 2011 · 124 pages · Pdf · pdf (1.8Mo)

    • Olympic Truce
      01 Dec 2017 · 4 pages · Pdf · pdf (342 Ko)

      “Ekecheiria” or the Olympic Truce dates back to 9th century BC Greece. The first truce was a treaty between three kings, Iphitos of Elis, Cleosthenes of Pisa and Lycurgus of Sparta, to ensure the immunity of the sanctuary of Olympia and the region of Elis. During this truce period, athletes, artists and their families, and ordinary pilgrims could travel safely to take part in or watch the Olympic Games and then return to their respective countries. Taking account of the new political realities of which sport and the Olympic Games form a part, how was the Truce integrated into the modern Olympic Games? Find out the answer by consulting this document.

    • Sydney 2000 - Games of the XXVII Olympiad - Women's First
      12 Sep 2009 · 1 pages · Pdf · pdf (17 Ko)

    • Women and Sport Trophy - Information on the winners in 2003
      12 Sep 2009 · 1 pages · Pdf · pdf (19 Ko)

    • Women and Sport Trophy - Information on the winners in 2008
      11 Oct 2010 · 2 pages · Pdf · pdf (1200 Ko)

    • Women, Leadership and the Olympic Movement
      12 Sep 2009 · Pdf · pdf (580Ko)

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