Sébastien Bouche. (Generations for Peace)
(ATR) Sébastien Bouche is the Peace and Sport “Champion of the Year.”
The French Rugby League player won the award for the work his organization Mixah Solidarité performed.
The award ceremony was November 7,with eight awards being handed out. Gol Iluminado Foundation won the sport event of the year award and the Oceania Football Confederation was named the Sport Federation of the year award winner.
Peace and Sport president Joel Bouzou with Princess Charlene. (Generations for Peace)
Princess Charlene of Monaco, wife of Peace and Sport patron Prince Albert of Monaco, hosted the awards gala.
Monaco was the venue for the awards ceremony and the Peace and Sport Forum, which took place November 6-8.
Peace and Sport says on its website it “works for sustainable peace, throughout the world.”
Some 700 delegates from more than 100 countries participated. For three days, delegates took part in panel discussions on a variety of topics related to how sport can be used to promote
Charlene was also honored by the organization, becoming a Peace and Sport Ambassador.
Written by Ed Hula III.
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