The Change Foundation going Beyond The Games in Glasgow

The Change Foundation’s Chief Executive, Andy Sellins, is part of a discussion panel at The inaugural Beyond the Games – Living the Values ahead of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014.

The event will see keynote contributors including Paralympic legend Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, IOC Executive Board Member and World Anti-Doping Association President Sir Craig Reedie, former NBA player and advocate John Amaechi and former Unicef President Lord Puttman.

Beyond the Games – Living the Values will focus on three main themes that are at the heart of the social development legacy for the Games: – Humanity – Equality – Destiny. It brings together international influencers from sport, business and the civic realm as agents for innovation and change.

For one day, they will gather in Glasgow to celebrate the incredible work that is already being achieved through the spirit of the Games, and set a challenge to its members and supporters to commit to positive change over the four-year period to the next Commonwealth Games, to be held in Australia’s Gold Coast in 2018. Progress will be mapped and measured on an annual basis by the CGF’s General Assembly, with the next full event taking place as part of the next Commonwealth Games.

The event is staged in partnership with Dell, the Official IT Hardware and Data Centre Supporter of Glasgow 2014. ‘Beyond The Games, powered by Dell’ will be held in Glasgow,

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