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BUILDING A BETTER SOCIETY, IJF

International Judo Federation, Chilldren Commission
Building a Better Society


The IJF is proud to have recently appointed the Judo for Children commission. The Judo for Children commission’s main aim is to offer a structural and worldwide judo program for children during and after school hours. We would like to accomplish this aim together with the national federations. Therefore we would like to know who is responsible for judo for children in your federation.

The IJF has set itself the target of making judo accessible and available to every child in the world between the ages of 6 – 12. At the moment we are listing the programmes which are already in place and are busy setting up new programmes in cooperation with various countries.

The power of our beautiful sport takes pride of place! Together we want to bring across the social and educational values of judo to young people in order to make our society a better one. We request all federations to support this mission of the IJf and form one powerful front.

In order to be able to work effectively and efficiently we request each federation to send us the name of the person in your federation who is nationwide responsible for the Judo For Children Programme. We need the person’s name, telephone number and e-mail address. You can send this information by email to children@ijf.org.


KOSEI INOUE VISITED MONTREAL CANADA CAMP

KOSEI INOUE VISITING MONTREAL CANADA

2010/01/15

Judo Quebec, with the help of the Canadian national coach, Mr.Nicolas Gill, had the pleasure of inviting Mr. Kosei  Inoue to the Montreal  judo camp held January 8-10, 2010. During the event, Mr Kosei had the opportunity to share his vision of judo, and also teach his nearly perfect judo technique.

Judo Quebec, with the help of the Canadian national coach, Mr.Nicolas Gill, had the pleasure of inviting Mr. Kosei  Inoue to the Montreal  judo camp held January 8-10, 2010. During the event, Mr Kosei had the opportunity to share his vision of judo, and also teach his nearly perfect judo technique.

Mr. Inoue came to  Canada prepared to demonstrate the basic judo techniques that have served him so well during his prestigious career. Over 500 judoka from across Canada, the United States, and Brazil were present to participate in this very special winter camp.

Each year athletes from provincial and national teams must participate in the judo camp. This year, with Mr. Inoue  our honoured guest, the athletes were particularly privileged.


IJF JUDO FOR CHILDREN COMMISSION INSTALLED

IJF JUDO FOR CHILDREN COMMISSION INSTALLED

2010/07/19

Thursday 8 of July the president of the IJF, Mr M. Vizer, installed the new Judo For Children commission.

The commission is composed with former World Champion Ruben Houkes, Ziggy Tabacznik, Saptra Doru, Saso Sindic, Paschini Ubaldo.

The IJF is very proud about the establishment of the commission. The commission has developed a strategy for the upcoming three years. One of the main aims is, stimulating a structural and worldwide offer of judo for (primary school) children during and after school hours.

Judo is a educational activity and is a indispensable link in the education of a child between the ages of 5-12.

In upcoming months School judo programmes, train the trainer programmes, a uniform logo and messages will be developed. And first steps are being taking to implement programmes in several countries.



NUEVAS REGLAS DE SHIAI DE LA FEDERACION INTERNACIONAL DE JUDO

FEDERACION INTERNACIONAL DE JUDO

NUEVAS REGLAS DE JUDO SHIAI


Judo for Peace Commission News

NEWS


2010.03.02
Judo for Peace Commission

During the Judo for IJF Peace Event in Jaipur India, the common value based fundament of judo and Mahatma Gandhi were very well illustrated.

The event was very extensive and consists of seminar, tournament and a training camp. In addition to the JFP event, held the IJF Head refereeing director Juan Carlos Barcos a referee seminar.

The tournament was honored by the presents of IJF President Marius L. Vizer and the JUA president Obaid Al-Anzi. The Governor of the state Rajasthan had a reception of IJF and India Judo Federation officials. The JFP event was conducted by the IJF Judo for Peace director Jan Eirik Schiotz. Totally eight nation participated in the event, mainly from Asia. Two European countries participated, Hungary and Norway.

The Indian Judo Federation had done great efforts to run a marvelous arrangement. At the opening ceremony Mahatma Gandhi life and philosophy was presented by the federation’s vice president Mr. Gupta. This presentation was followed up by Schiotz who presented the main objectives for judo training stated by Kano.

The common fundament for Gandhi and Kano philosophy where very well illustrated. The main topic at the seminar was Human Rights.  An extensive school program had also been carried out and pupil from the D. A. V. Public School participated with cultural programs at the opening and closing ceremony for the tournament.  A special wonderful cultural program was also presented on the fourth day of the event on the schools premises.

2010.01.06
IJF JUDO FOR PACE EVENTS IN 2010
Judo for Peace Commission

Program and project are the main Judo for Peace activities. To get attention and promote the idea of the JFP program, events are arranged. The main IJF Judo for Peace is listed below.

Rajiv Gandhi-International Judo Championships
20th to 24th of February, 2010.   JAIPUR, India

Including Judo for Peace instructor course and non violence activities in local schoolsInvitation and program follows as attachment to mail sent in week 2.
This is the main IJF Judo for Peace event including senior tournament in 2010

Contact information:
Judo Federation of India869, East Park Road, Karol Bagh,New Delhi – 110005Telephone: + 91 112355 9311Email : rajivinternational@yahoo.in
Nelson Mandela Bay launching event for Anti Violence program
To be postpond.

Target groups cadets (sports activities) and executives from federations
1.      Cultural day, targeting groups: all participants and leaders
2.      Educational day,

a.       seminar in human rights and peaceful conflict resolution; targeting group: coach and teachers
b.      Educational activities involving the cadets. Statement from Jigoro Kano shall be illustrated through judo activities

3.      Individual competition, cadets
4.      Team competition for mixed teamFinal program will be mailed all federations.
Contact information:
Cell:   + 27 82 339 9147Tel:    + 27 57 352 3600E-mail: president@judosa.co.za

Sub Sahara Africa Summit
October/November, Bujumbura, Burundi
Following up activities in the region after the First Judo for Peace instructor Course.
Program will be mailed all federation later.
Contact information:
IJF Judo for Peace Commission directorJan Eirik SchiotzPhone: +47 99 79 83 02
E-mail: jschiotz@online.no


International Judo Federation News

INTERNATIONAL JUDO FEDERATION
NOTICIAS DE LA IJF
http://www.ijf.org

2010.03.25
International Judo Federation
2nd Otp Bank Grand Masters & Kata World Championship – Budapest

IJF kATA EVALUATION 2010 (pdf)
2nd Otp Bank World Kata Championship 2010 (pdf)
2nd Otp Bank Grand Masters World Championship (pdf)
2nd Otp Bank Grand Masters World Championship- Forms (pdf)

2010.03.17
A level 1 Coaches Course held in Burkina Faso
Education & Coaching Commission

The Judo Federation of Burkina Faso invited 37 coaches from its different affiliated clubs to take part to an Olympic Solidarity Course organised in the City of Ouagadougou from 26th February to 6th March 2010.

The coaching course was conducted by Mohamed Bouheddou, an IJF expert from Algeria. The expert was quite amazed by the great enthousiasm and motivation of the participants.

Many areas of concern in regards of theoretical and practical aspects of Judo were handled. The new IJF referee rules were also part of the teaching programme.

The organizers, supported by their NOC, provided all requested assistance and conditions to meet the requirements and standards of a successful coaching session.

The Federation wrote to IJF emphasize their deep satisfaction with the expertise put forth during this coaching programme and expressed their wishing expectations to host a second training activity in order to develop and improve their knowledge and skills.