UN World Tolerance Day at UTS World Youth Festival 2022

Every 16th of November is the International Day for Tolerance and certainly this day was a special day at the UTS Festival. The event opened with a beautiful performance of the Thai Paralympic moment with a wheelchair dance and Thai youth musician Pakin with a beautiful saxophone solo. The world leaders, athletes and advocates stood

UTS Education Forum Day 2

Day 2 saw an intensive programme of 8 workshops running parallel around the education centre of Srinakharinwirot University with UNESCO young leaders on sports and SDGs, LA Angle City Sports and the amazing Frech Family. ITA delivering on clean sport and the Future opening by WADA President Witold Banka, Mission 89 delivering a workshop on

All Inclusive Good Morning Bangkok

Over 50 youth ambassadors came together to celebrate a morning workout which was held by some true sporting champions. Paralympics and Ezra Frech took the youth ambassadors to a power jump workout while muaythai world champion Janice Lyn took them for a basic workout. Founder of Shefighter Lina Khalifeh showed them amazing self-defence skills while

The UTS All-inclusive Sports Festival

The university grounds of Thailand famous Srinakharinwirot University in the heart of Bangkok has been changed into one massive sporting grounds where over 60 sports organised daily activities in the different zones. Urban, Combat, sport for all, centre court, mind games, main stage, boxing ring, basketball court. Every 2 hours the activities changed with the

UTS World Youth Conference 2022

Over 200 youth were involved in the UTS World Youth Festival which included an educational conference, cultural and sports activities, promoting inclusion.   The opening conference started with an inspirational message from the International Olympic Committee President, Thomas Bach. International Paralympic Committee President Andrew Parsons, Special Olympics International President, Timothy Shiver. It was then that

UTS World Festival Opening Ceremony

The 2022 United Through Sports World Youth Festival opened in style in a spectacle of color, dance andperformance. The VIP area was packed with dignitaries including HRH Prince Tengku Amir Shah ofMalaysia, HRH Princess Dilayl Nahar Al Saud of Saudi Arabia, representatives from United Nations,UNESCO, IOC Member Samira Ashghari, over 50 representatives of embassies and

UTS World Youth Festival 2022, It Has Begun

Over 200 Youth Ambassadors, speakers and representatives have already arrived in Bangkok to be part of the UTS World Youth Festival 2022. Some of the youth have come as far as Uganda, Los Angeles, South Africa, Trinidad, Australia, Palestine, Romania, Singapore, Germany, Philippines, Philippines, Sri Lanka and the list goes on. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

The World is Getting Ready for UTS World Youth Festival 2022

Over 140 international organisations and federations have joined forces for and with the youth of the world for the UTS 2022 World Youth Festival. The event which is under the patronage of the International Olympic Committee, International Paralympic Committee, Special Olympics International and is fully supported by the Sport Authority of Thailand and National Sports

Key speakers lined up for Safe Sport and Sustainable Development focus at IF Forum 2022 in Lausanne

Leading figures from the International Olympic Committee (IOC), International Sports Federations and the global sports movement will be among the speakers at the International Federation (IF) Forum 2022 in Lausanne from 28-29 November 2022. Under the theme of ‘International Federation Impact – Safe Sport and Sustainable Development’, experts from across the full spectrum of international sport will