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International Sporting Association

Post by Macawi on Sun Feb 24, 2013 12:43 pm



The International Sporting Association is an organisation, founded & currently based in Opera City, Macawi, with the sole intention of spreading world Peace through participation in sport in an independent way, no matter which race of its peoples or conflict any nation is involved in. Today, the International Sporting Association consists of 4 Active Members.

Through National Sporting Committees, The International Sporting Association organizes three international sporting competitions: The Sportsmanship Games, The Winter Games & The Youth Sportsmanship and Winter Games. The Games are held every year, with the Sportsmanship Games in Autumn, The Winter Games in December, and the Youth Sportsmanship Games occurring 2 weeks after each. The First ever Sportsmanship Games are due to be held in August 2013, But no voting has occurred.

Application Form:

Code:
[b]Name of Nation:[/b]
[b]Name of National Sporting Committee (NSC):[/b]
[b]President of National Sporting Committee (NSC):[/b]

[b]Do You Accept the Main Role & Aim of the ISA?:[/b]

Upon Joining the the International Sporing Association, your nation will be issued with a NSC Logo

Mission:
The ISA's role is to:
  • Encourage and support the promotion of ethics and good governance in sport as well as education of youth through sport and to dedicate its efforts to ensuring that, in sport, the spirit of fair play prevails and violence is banned
  • Encourage and support the organization, development and coordination of sport and sports competitions
  • Ensure the regular celebration of the Games
  • Cooperate with the competent public or private organizations and authorities in the endeavor to place sport at the service of humanity and thereby to promote peace
  • Take action in order to strengthen the unity, to protect the independence of the Sporting Movement, and to preserve the autonomy of sport
  • Encourage and support the promotion of women in sport at all levels and in all structures with a view to implementing the principle of equality of men and women
  • Encourage and support measures protecting the health of athletes
  • Oppose any political or commercial abuse of sport and athletes
  • Encourage and support the efforts of sports organizations and public authorities to provide for the social and professional future of athletes
  • Encourage and support the development of sport for all
  • Encourage and support initiatives blending sport with culture and education


Structure:
The ISA General Board is the general meeting of the members of the International Sporting Association, held once a month in which each member has one vote. It is the ISA’s supreme organ and its decisions are final. Extraordinary Sessions may be convened by the President or upon the written request of at least one third of the members.
Among others, the powers of the Board are:
  • To adopt or amend the ISA Charter.
  • To elect the members of the ISA & The honorary President
  • To elect the President, the Vice-Presidents and all other members of the ISA Executive Committee.
  • To elect the host city of the Sportsmanship & Winter Games.


The ISA Executive Committee consists of the President, four Vice-Presidents and ten other members. All members of the ISA Executive Committee are elected by the General Board, in a secret ballot, by a majority of the votes cast. The ISA Executive Committee assumes the general overall responsibility for the administration of the ISA and the management of its affairs. The ISA General Board elects, by secret ballot, the ISA President from among its members for a term of 2 Weeks. The ISA Currently has no president, however, one will be elected when the current voting has finished. The 'temporary President' is the leader of the Macawegian National Sporting Committee, Mia Laniser.

List of National Sporting Committees:
  • Libera Sports Committee
  • Macawegian National Committee*
  • Momotsuu Federal Sports Committee
  • Roskish National Committee


President*


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Re: International Sporting Association

Post by Rosko on Sun Feb 24, 2013 12:59 pm

Name of Nation: The Kingdom of Rosko
Name of National Sporting Committee (NSC): Roskish National Committee
President of National Sporting Committee (NSC): George Paron

Do You Accept the Main Role & Aim of the ISA?: Yes

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Re: International Sporting Association

Post by La Libera on Sun Feb 24, 2013 2:23 pm

Name of Nation:La Libera
Name of National Sporting Committee (NSC):Libera Sports Committee
President of National Sporting Committee (NSC):Matt Rhowne

Do You Accept the Main Role & Aim of the ISA?:Yes

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Re: International Sporting Association

Post by Momotsuu on Sun Feb 24, 2013 6:46 pm

Name of Nation: Momotsuu
Name of National Sporting Committee (NSC): Momotsuu Federal Sports Committee
President of National Sporting Committee (NSC): Lester Polk

Do You Accept the Main Role & Aim of the ISA?: Yes

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Election Announcement

Post by Macawi on Wed Feb 27, 2013 10:39 am



Now That the International Sporting Association has 4 members, it is time to elect a full-term President, who will take control of the Organization for 4 Weeks. Becoming the President means you decide when the Games will be held, and, as the first president, it will be their duty to write the International Sporing Association Charter. The President, however, will not have to be distracted with greetings messages, I'll take care of those. The President also receives two votes in every election.

All Members can put themselves forward as a candidate below, with the following Template:

Code:
[b]Name of National Committee:[/b]
[b]Name of Candidate:[/b]
[b]Will you be willing to take the ISA Oath at the beginning of your term, and abide by it?[/b]
[b]Policies:[/b]

The Election will be held on Saturday, 2nd March GMT.


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ISA Presidency Announcement

Post by La Libera on Wed Feb 27, 2013 10:49 pm

It seems that I'm the first one! I may be putting too much on myself, with all of my duties in the CSS, but I want to at least try!




Name of National Committee: Libera Sports Committee
Name of Candidate: Matt Rhowne
Will you be willing to take the ISA Oath at the beginning of your term, and abide by it? Of Course!
Policies: To bring the Internationsl Sporting Committee to life in this new region! It has so much potential! To incorporate all Member Nations of the CSS into some sort of Regional Games, and just make it into a fun, competitive sports-oriented region!

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Re: International Sporting Association

Post by Macawi on Thu Feb 28, 2013 9:35 am

Haha, Very Happy well hopefully You'll cope!

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Re: International Sporting Association

Post by Macawi on Sat Mar 02, 2013 4:43 am

I Guess I'll put myself forward Razz

Name of National Committee: Macawegian National Committee
Name of Candidate: Mia Laniser
Will you be willing to take the ISA Oath at the beginning of your term, and abide by it? Yup!
Policies: To Turn the ISA Into a diverse, sporting community, with almost weekly events and yearly worldwide competitions.

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