IOC Calendar 2019

Event Start Date End Date Location
IOC Commission Meetings 11 January 20 January Lausanne
6th Project Review Beijing 2022 30 January 31 January Beijing
10th Project Review Tokyo 2020 04 February 05 February Tokyo
World Broadcaster Briefing Beijing 24 February 28 February Beijing
IOC Executive Board Meeting 26 March 28 March Lausanne
3rd Project Review Paris 2024 08 April 09 April Paris
International Athletes’ Forum 13 April 15 April Lausanne
Sportaccord 05 May 10 May Gold Coast
8th Coordination Commission Meeting Tokyo 2020 21 May 23 May Tokyo
2nd Coordination Commission Meeting Paris 2024 11 June 12 June Paris
IOC Executive Board Meeting 19 June 20 June Lausanne
IOC Session 24 June 26 June Lausanne
4th Coordination Commission Meeting Beijing 2022 17 July 18 July Beijing
11th Project Review Tokyo 2020 20 July 23 July Tokyo
Chef de Mission Seminar Lausanne 2020 03 September 04 September Lausanne
4th Coordination Commission Meeting Lausanne 2020 26 September 27 September Lausanne
1st Project Review Los Angeles 2028 30 September 04 October Los Angeles
ANOC General Assembly 09 October 10 October San Diego
9th Coordination Commission Meeting Tokyo 2020 30 October 01 November Tokyo
7th Project Review Beijing 2022 04 November 05 November Beijing
IOC Commission Meetings 11 November 18 November Lausanne
IF Forum 14 November 15 November Lausanne
4th Project Review Paris 2024 26 November 27 November Paris
IOC Executive Board Meeting 03 December 05 December Lausanne

Results referenda on hosting the Olympic Games in the last 2 decades

Olympic GamesTypeCity / CantonResult
2002WinterValais, SwitzerlandFor
2006WinterValais, SwitzerlandFor
2010WinterBern, SwitzerlandAgainst
Quebec City, CanadaFor
Vancouver, CanadaFor
2018WinterMunich, GermanyFor
2022WinterGraubünden, Switzerland Against
Krakow, PolandAgainst
Munich, GermanyAgainst
Oslo, NorwayFor
2024SummerHamburg, GermanyAgainst
2026WinterCalgary, CanadaAgainst
Graubünden, Switzerland Against
Innsbrück, AustriaAgainst
Valais, SwitzerlandAgainst

IOC; Learn about Olympic Agenda 2020 The New Norm (Video by the International Olympic Committee)

Learn about Olympic Agenda 2020 The New Norm

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Find out how the IOC is re-imagining, re-designing, re-thinking and re-shaping the organisation of the Olympic Games through Olympic Agenda 2020 The New Norm
 

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IOC; Olympism in Action Forum Buenos Aires 2018 – Videos Working Zones

The following videos of the Working Zones held during the Olympism in Action Forum in Buenos Aires are worth watching;

 

Working Zone 5 – Active Cities & Healthy Societies

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By 2050, more than two-thirds of the world’s population is expected to be living in cities. While urban living brings benefits and opportunities for people, it poses a specific set of risks and challenges that can negatively affect public health. Cities must re-think the way they approach urban planning and growth in order to enable their citizens to be more active and healthy. This interactive session will explore concrete ways in which the sport and health sectors can collaborate to combat noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) more generally. It will also take an in-depth look at solutions designed for urban populations. City officials, multilateral institutions, NGOs, and sports organisations will share their experiences in implementing policies and programmes in complex ecosystems.

Facilitator: Bill Morris LVO, International Events Consultant Ex-Director of Culture, Ceremonies, Education and Live Sites, London 2012, United Kingdom

– Eleonora Bauer, Director of the Buenos Aires Ciudad Activa Project, Buenos Aires City Government, Argentina
– Fiona Bull, Programme Manager, Surveillance Population Based Prevention, Prevention of Noncommunicable Diseases (PND), World Health Organisation
– Espen Granberg Johnsen, Mayor of City Council, Lillehammer Municipality, Norway
– Maurice Smith, Clinical Director, Living Well, NHS Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group, United Kingdom

 

INFO: This video contains content from International Olympic Committee, who has blocked it from display on other websites on copyright grounds. Therefor, links to this video will open in a new window.

 

Working Zone 6A – Economics, Legacy & The New Norm

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Hosting major sporting events is frequently used by city and national governments as a catalyst for positive change, whether it be increasing tourism, expanding transport infrastructure, or raising a city’s global stature. However, what is initially planned by organisers as a positive legacy initiative takes time to be realised and is sometimes in stark contrast to the post-event expectations. The organisers of the Olympic Games have faced challenges such as oversized venues or venues that are underused for some years before finding a viable future. Considering these challenges of the past, the International Olympic Committee has developed a set of 118 new reforms, which comprise “The New Norm”. These reforms aim to completely transform how the Olympic Games are delivered (from candidature phase to Games organisation) and how they can create an impactful, positive legacy. In this working zone, leading economists and experts will discuss challenges of bidding for and hosting the Games and debate what needs to be done to ensure the Games are organised in a more economically beneficial and flexible way.

Facilitator: Sonali Shah, Broadcaster and Journalist, United Kingdom

– Fraser Bullock, COO CFO, Salt Lake City 2002, United States
– Holger Preuss, , Professor, Johannes Gutenberg-University, Germany
– Andrew Zimbalist, Chairperson and Robert A. Woods Professor of Economics, Smith College, United States

 

INFO: This video contains content from International Olympic Committee, who has blocked it from display on other websites on copyright grounds. Therefor, links to this video will open in a new window.

 

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