Save the Dream and the Turkic Council have joined forces to participate at the Second World Nomad Games in the Kyrgyz Republic this week to help promote sport values and inter-cultural dialogue to athletes and young people around the world.
As part of Save the Dream’s objective to strengthen inter-cultural dialogue through the power of sport, the participation at the World Nomad Games builds on the partnership signed with the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) at the 7th Global Forum of the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Save the Dream travelled to Issyk-Kul Lake in Kyrgyzstan and gained special access to the World Nomad Games to capture special images and exclusive interviews at one of the world’s largest ethno-sports events, which is taking place this year from the 3-8 September.
With the aim of highlighting how the World Nomad Games are an example of how sport encourages inclusion, diversity and inter-cultural dialogue between different people and communities, Save the Dream and Turkic Council will use the exclusive content captured at the event to produce a special new promotional film to be broadcasted on social media and TV stations across the Middle East and around the world.
Speaking on the collaboration, Mohamed Hanzab, President of the International Centre for Sport Security and Founder of Save the Dream, said:
“The Second World Nomad Games in Kyrgyzstan is an incredible celebration of diversity, culture and inter-cultural dialogue that highlights the unique power of sport to bring different people of communities together.
“Following a visit to the ICSS headquarters in June, on behalf of Save the Dream, I am delighted that Save the Dream have joined forces with the Turkic Council and have collaborated together to capture and promote the uniqueness of the World Nomad Games through this new promotional film.
“Building on a successful last few months for Save the Dream, which included a range of workshops and activities in Los Angeles, Paris and Rio de Janeiro to name a few, this collaboration with the Turkic Council is another important step forward that will inspire many more young people to experience the power of sports and the positive values that it promotes.”
Secretary General of the Turkic Council Ambassador Ramil Hasanov said:
“Sport plays a vital role in inspiring young people around the world and the Second World Nomad Games, which takes place in Kyrgyzstan on 3 – 8 September, will provide an important platform to bring different people and cultures together under the banner of sport.
“The Turkic Council is excited to collaborate with Save the Dream on this new promotional film about the World Nomad Games and I hope that it will bring to life sport’s role in promoting inter-cultural dialogue and positive change in society.”
“As a foundation that is committed to sharing the values of sport with young people, Save the Dream has already brought many young people together around the world through the power of sport and teaching them about the important values and lessons it teaches. As the Turkic Council, we will continue to work to enhance our partnership with the ICSS and the Save the Dream with new projects in the field of Youth and Sports.”
For more information about the World Nomad Games, visit http://worldnomadgames.com.