Thirty Belgian institutions

While Panathlon Wallonie-Bruxelles is already preparing the Belgian events of September 7th, date of the 2nd World Fair Play Day, the diffusion of the Manifesto continues in the country. We are proud and happy to be able to count on the support of thirty institutions: federations, municipalities, sports centers, schools that are committed to act for more Fair-Play. Proof that our whole society is concerned.

The signatories : Comité Olympique et Interfédéral Belge (COIB), Association Francophone de Golf (AFG), Fédération Francophone de Gymnastique (FfG), Fédération Francophone de Karaté (FFKAMA), FéMA, Ligue Belge Francophone de Rugby (LBFR), Ligue Francophone de Handball (LfH), Ligue Francophone de Hockey (LFH), Fédération de Tir Sportif (URSTB-f), Ministre des Sports Valérie Glatigny, Poullball, Special Olympics Belgium (SOB), Stop Racism in Sport, Urban Youth Games, association Foot Fair Play, Ganshoren Dames Club, Golf de Rigenée, Gym R. S. Auderghem, Parc Auderghem Hockey Club, RCS Sart-Tilman, Royal Kituro Rugby Club, Royal Léopold Club, CSL Thuin, LeuzArena, RCA Lessines, École Saint Cœur de Marie de Hannut, Ville d’Arlon, Ville de Beaumont, commune de La Bruyère et Commune de Rebecq.
Sans compter le soutien de plusieurs personnalités dont Mme Eliane Tillieux, Présidente de la Chambre des Représentants

Active Belgian partners

In addition to the Belgian Olympic Committee a number of organisations have recently joined the WFPD across the country. Their activities is special because one of the 4 founding organisations is the Panathlon-Wallonie-Bruxelles, who handle Fair Play with high priority for many years.
Welcome among our partners the Belgian Olympic Committee, the Special Olympics Belgium, the Urban Youth Games, the Ligue Francophone de Handball, the Association Francophone de Golf, the Ligue Francophone de Hockey, the Parc Auderghem Hockey Club, the Royal Léopold Club and the Association Foot Fair-Play.

The Belgian Olympic and Interfederal Committee (BOIC-COIB), is the National Olympic Committee for Belgium. The administrative seat is located in Brussels. The Belgian Olympic and Interfederal Committee was founded and recognized by International Olympic Committee in 1906.
Special Olympics is a global movement, active in 193 countries, which provides sports activities for people with an intellectual disability (ID). The Belgian program exists since 1979, reaches now 19.173 athletes with an ID and organizes annual National Games with 20 sports. SOB is supported by 11.000 volunteers (65% of them are coming from Corporates). Their goal is to reach more athletes practicing sport with a local development through the Play Unified activities for a more inclusive society and to break the taboo around intellectual disability.
Urban Youth Games: The mission of the Urban Youth Games Movement is to inspire Excellence and bring hope to Every Child in Every Neighborhood.
The Francophone Handball League (LFH) is the French-speaking wing of the Royal Belgian Handball Union (URBH).
The aim of the Association Francophone Belge de Golf ( AFG ) is to work effectively in osmosis with the clubs, golfers, future golfers and the bodies concerned in order to bring golf to a higher level in the Walloon region and in the capital.
The goal of the LFH is to administer, organize, promote and control the development and practice of field and indoor hockey in the French-speaking region and in the bilingual region of Brussels-Capital, in all its aspects and this at a recreational, competitive and high level.
The Royal Léopold Club has been an active sports institution for more than a century. Hockey, tennis, Padel as well as Fitness meet there every day.