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Obesity is a problem that nearly every nation in the world is facing, but there is much that we can do to fix it. ---->>>

Sport allows us to engage in dialogue and to build bridges, and it may even have the capacity to reshape international relations. The Olympic Games embody perfectly this universal mission.

Sport allows us to engage in dialogue and to build bridges, and it may even have the capacity to reshape international relations. The Olympic Games embody perfectly this universal mission.

Sport is and should remain a great school of life that supports young people in their personal development. It teaches respect for others and also for oneself. ---->>>

Sport is a great equalizer that can build bridges, transcend borders and cultures, and render even the fiercest conflicts temporarily irrelevant.

Sport is a great equalizer that can build bridges, transcend borders and cultures, and render even the fiercest conflicts temporarily irrelevant.

Sport is one of the few spaces where people can learn about different cultures in a spirit of trust and friendship. ---->>>

Inspiration, in its rich variety, must be present in any discussion about Africa. We need role models - they are essential to the advancement of our society. ---->>>

Africa's informal economy is one of the most innovative and inventive environments in the world. Yet it is an environment with little regulation in which workers are often exposed to hard conditions and live without a safety net. ---->>>

Not only do African students deserve excellent universities, they deserve good elementary and secondary schools, too - and then, to have access to ongoing vocational and job training to ensure their skills remain as relevant as possible to African organizations. ---->>>

In the organization of any major sporting event or the planning of a building, long-term thinking is key. ---->>>

Even an unsuccessful Olympic bid can be the source of change within a city if organizers adhere to their vision. ---->>>

Improving Africa's farming sector would have multiple positive outcomes for African people. ---->>>

Africa's agricultural sector has enormous scope for development, which would benefit both the continent's economy and its people. ---->>>

Culturally, it is commonplace for African women to work. ---->>>

If women are the key to Africa's future - and I believe they are - we must figure out how to take away the barriers to their participation. ---->>>

It is my firm belief that action on the issues that matter for Africa must emerge from within Africa itself. ---->>>

The cost of infrastructure development to host a mega-event can be offset against economic growth over future decades. ---->>>

When kids are young, before the age of ten, there is a critical window of opportunity when their habits and motivations can be influenced. ---->>>

Bringing more large sporting events to Africa would help the continent develop sports policies and at the same time optimize its peoples' chances of achieving competitive success. ---->>>

Female success stories from sporting events like the Olympic Games have played a role in shifting the Indian perception to see the female athlete as a hero and a role model for young Indian girls. ---->>>

For African societies, no issue looms larger than employment. Only vibrant entrepreneurship and thriving small businesses can hope to provide the millions of jobs that are needed. ---->>>

Sporting achievements bestow a sense of unification on the cultures and societies in which they take place and create an outpouring of nationalism and pride. ---->>>

As African economies boom and businesses are created, one of the big questions this growth raises is that of third-level education: how can Africa develop a knowledge infrastructure to rival that of the west, a sort of Harvard University in Africa? ---->>>

Sporting events like the Olympics have developed and maintained a clear message of promoting gender equality as an essential criterion in the success of any international event. ---->>>

The factors that have been holding farmers back are similar to those that threaten other types of growth in Africa. Infrastructure and transport are in many cases quite poor, resulting in the losses of huge amounts of produce. ---->>>

The symbolic significance of individual athletes' achievements has sometimes proved more productive than the negotiations of diplomats or politicians. ---->>>

What the Olympics and other mega-events have shown is that the significant investment required to host an international games successfully has the power to transform a region, and even a nation. ---->>>

Global sports tournaments have a range of benefits that go far beyond the games themselves. They can transform the image of a country or a region. They bring people together and reveal new possibilities to a nation's youth. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: Moroccan
Born: 11-19, 1959
Birthplace: Fes, Morocco
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Occupation: Businessman
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Richard Attias (born November 19, 1959) is a Moroccan events producer, founder and former chairman of PublicisLive and currently the executive chairman of Richard Attias and Associates. He is also the founder of The New York Forum and the co-founder of the Global Clinton Initiative and the Nobel Laureates Conference (wikipedia)