The Olympic Channel is once again joining forces with the UTS World Virtual Youth Festival organisers to use their multi-platform global media destination to share the spirit of the youth of the world.
The 2021 UTS World Youth Virtual festival will be held be once again under the patronage of the International Olympic Committee, the International Paralympic Committee, Special Olympics International, the Global Association of International Sports Federations, SportAccord, the Alliance of Independent Recognised Members of Sport and the Riyadh 2034 LOC.
Over 100 organisations have rolled up their sleeves to promote the Olympic values of respect, friendship, and excellence standing for inclusion, non-discrimination and equality.
The festival is once again celebrated as part of the United Nations World Children’s Day.
The opening and closing ceremony will see the youth of all abilities from around the world standing in solidarity towards a better tomorrow.
The IOC President Thomas Bach, the IPC President Andrew Parsons. the Special Olympics CEO Mary Davis along with many others will deliver the welcome messages for their respective organisations.
The 7-day event will see the youth of the world come together in sporting and cultural exchange. There will be workshops and panels with over 60 contributors from the world of sport and NGO’s.
Do not miss the launch ceremony on November the 22nd at 19.00 (GMT+3) and the closing ceremony on November the 27th at 19.00 (GMT+3).
Be part of this spectacular international event.
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Stand with and for the youth of the world!
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