World Traditional Karate Championships Cracow ORLEN 2016 2nd Scientific BUDO Conference

2nd Scientific BUDO Conference: Educational value of traditional karate–do
October 13, 2016
Japanese Martial Arts and Sports Centre Centre 'Dojo – Stara Wies', Poland

rectors of Jagiellonian University of Cracow and University of Gdańsk

Mr. Wlodzimierz Kwiecinski (Poland) – President of the World Traditional Karate-Do Federation and Chairman of the Traditional Karate Federation of Poland
Mr. Kamil Zeidler (Poland) – Director of the Centre for East Asian Studies, University of Gdansk
Mr. Mahmoud Tabassi (USA) – first Vice-president of the World Traditional Karate-Do Federation
Mr. Nelson Carrion (Uruguay) – General Secretary of the World Traditional Karate-Do Federation

11:00 – Opening ceremony

11:00-12:30 – 1st session
prof. Vladimir Jorga (Serbia)

Biochemical and physiological characteristics of kata training in traditional karate
prof. Tomasz Karski, dr Jacek Karski (Poland)
Biomechanical etiology of the so-called idiopathic scoliosis (1995-2007). Principles of new therapy and causal prophylaxis. Importance of  stretching exercise like karate in prophylaxis and in the therapy
Soolmaz Abooali (USA)
Traditional karate: a vehicle toward conflict resolution and soft power
Jose Humberto de Souza (Brazil)
Shotokan Academy in 37 years forming champions in sport and life
Reinhard Lindner (Austria)
Educational value of traditional karate-do
Eyal Nir (Israel)
Personal leadership the BuDo-Way

12:30-13:00 – Coffee break

13:00-15:00 – 2nd session
dr Ilija Jorga (Serbia)

Authority, honor, conscience and honesty as factors in the creation of Personality in Budo art of fighting
dr Masakazu Hashimoto (Japan)
Karatedo and morality as Budo
dr Janusz Szymankiewicz (Poland)
Ciało i duch w kulturach azjatyckich – kulturowe i historyczne aspekty i etapy rozwoju okinawskiego karatedo i japońskiego karate
dr Marta Niewczas, dr Renata Grzywacz (Poland)
Sports training as a key factor of health care in selected social groups
Łukasz Wójcik (Poland)
Physical activity of children in the pre-school age who train traditional
dr Jacek Splisgart (Poland) 
Budo/bujutsu in the fight against pathologies in school - exampled on Japanese judo and jiujitsu
dr Magdalena Marcinkowska (Poland)
Karate-do as intangible cultural heritage within the meaning of the UNESCO Convention of 2003

15:00-16:00 – Discussion

Japanese Martial Arts and Sports Centre Centre 'Dojo – Stara Wies'
Stara Wies 1, 97-570 Przedborz
powiat radomszczanski, Poland

All materials collected at the Conference will be provided as an application form to UNESCO to promote karate-do as a global educational programme. We are going to publish a book under the same name “Educational value of traditional karate–do” including speeches and articles of all speakers of the Conference. It will be published in 3 languages: English, Japanese and Polish.