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On Monday, April 23, HE Isabelle Picco, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Monaco to the United Nations, addressed the Security Council during the debate on youth, peace and security. She championed the universal language of sport in the context of participation, protection, prevention and partnerships.
The Ambassador spoke of the work done by the organisation Peace and Sport, which since 2007 has supported programmes on five continents and benefits from a network of “champions for peace”.
She also welcomed the publication of the Simpson study, a striking insight into the long road that remains to be travelled in order to mobilise the tremendous wealth of the young, often victims of armed conflicts, who themselves are largely absent from peace and conflict resolution processes.
Princess Charlene spent a day in Abu Dhabi to support Monegasque race car driver Charles Leclerc for the last race of the Formula 1 season.
In yet another controversial race, Charles Leclerc found his way back to the podium at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, but not before his team was fined €50,000 for fuel infringement. Charles Leclerc finished the 2019 racing season with a well-deserved third place finish after world champion Lewis Hamilton and Red Bull’s Max Verstappen at […]
Miss Val was coaching UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi when her perfect 10 floor routine went viral earlier this year. While the Princess Grace International Gymnastics Gala on the weekend is what drew the pair to Monaco, they are using this trip as an opportunity to share a more important message to students: it is time […]
Sunday’s match between AS Monaco and Paris Saint-Germain was called off as a result of the massive storms that keep pummelling the region. In the midst of what has been so euphemistically called a marked ‘Mediterranean episode’ of filthy weather in areas over the past couple of weeks, the game scheduled between AS Monaco and […]