IFMA Celebrates International Day for Sport Development & Peace April 6th is United Nations’ symbolic day for sport development and peace. We all believe that sport has a unique power. In football, the yellow and the red card as part of the game in order to keep the game fair. On April 6th each year […]
UNESCO has a long standing history of supporting youth in a proactive manner that places them right where they should be, at the centre. The uniqueness and vast array of qualities martial arts and combat sports have, was given acknowledgement by UNESCO particularly towards positive development of youth. The GAISF family has 15 IOC and/or […]
IFMA’s Youth Ambassador Kiana Guyon has recently returned from Gwangju, South Korea where she received a certification from the United Nations Office for Sport Development and Peace (UNOSDP), for her participation at the Youth Leadership Programme (YLP) where she also completed an introduction to child safeguarding and protection.