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Wednesday, July 5 • 20:00 - 20:45
A bout de souffle - quelle place pour le sport dans la ville

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Dans nos villes, le sport est devenu omniprésent. Qui, en 2017, ne connaît personne qui fréquente la « salle » ? Quelle ville n’a pas sa politique en faveur « de la jeunesse et des sports » ? La forme physique, le bien-être et la performance sont devenus le nouvel impératif. Transformé en culte du corps, le sport n’était-il pourtant pas, à l’origine, davantage ? Comment le sport peut-il transmettre les valeurs permettant de vivre en société ? Comment en faire un levier d’accomplissement et d’émancipation citoyenne, une initiation au vivre ensemble et au respect de l’autre ? Comment la ville peut-elle rendre la pratique sportive accessible à toutes et à tous ?

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Solène Manouvrier

OuiShare
Curious and energetic, highly interested in social innovation and entrepreneurship. A doer, always on the lookout for exciting opportunities. Fully committed to make OuiShare Fest 2017 an inspiring, insightful and invigorating experience.

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Alexandre Gau

Physical education teacher & Coach, AC Bobigny 93
Former rugby player, physical education teacher for ten years now in a middle school located in a "priority education area" in the suburb of Bobigny. Alexandre is currently the head coach of Bobigny's women's rugby team which evolves in the first division (TOP8).   Also manager... Read More →
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Haifa Tlili

Research engineer, Paris Descartes University
After completed a Ph.D. in Sociology at Paris Descartes-Sorbonne University (2008), she was offered a Postdoctoral Fellowship with the Critical Health Research Group (2009-11) at the Simone de Beauvoir Institute at Concordia University in Montreal. She has conducted research on... Read More →


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