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ČLANSTVO
ZAHTJEV ZA PRODUŽETAK ISKAZNICE


Jezik: engleski / francuski / španjolski - odaberite jezik

Jeste li trenutno član AIPS-a: da _______ ne ________

- ako odaberete NE, otvara se tekst:

ZAHTJEV ZA IZDAVANJE NOVE ISKAZNICE

Ako nemate iskaznicu i želite se prijaviti za izdavanje nove iskaznice, kliknite na tipku ispod:

Get a new card (izdavanje nove iskaznice)

i otvorit će vam se obrazac za prijavu za izdavanje nove članske iskaznice, koji valja popuniti.

- odaberete li DA, otvara se tekst:

ZAHTJEV ZA PRODUŽETAK ISKAZNICE


Jezik: engleski / francuski / španjolski - odaberite jezik

Jeste li trenutno član AIPS-a: da ______ ne ______

Ako želite produžiti svoju iskaznicu molimo upišite broj svoje članske iskaznice i datum rođenja.

Broj iskaznice AIPS-a: ____________________

Datum rođenja: ____________ (dan-2 znamenke / mjesec-2 znamenke / godina-4 znamenke)

Pošalji Odustani

- kliknite Pošalji i unesite eventualne promjene svojih podataka u obrascu za prijavu, a nakon što se Vaši podaci registriraju kliknite na "Get a new card" (izdavanje nove iskaznice)
INFORMACIJE O PRIJAVI

Online prijava je dostupna na internetskim stranicama AIPS-a. Kliknite na link (http://www.aipsmedia.com/index.php?page=getcard) ako se želite prijaviti za iskaznicu i pogledati video s uputama na engleskom – možda ćete morati dozvoliti pop-up prozore da biste mogli vidjeti video.

Potrebno je samo ažurirati podatke koji su se promijenili. Ne morate dodavati novu fotografiju, osim ako je ne želite promijeniti.

Napominjemo da se postupak registracije odvija u dva koraka:

Prvo morate ažurirati podatke u obrascu za prijavu na webu AIPS-a, a nakon što se Vaši podaci registriraju kliknite na "Get a new card" (izdavanje nove iskaznice). Na vama je da kontaktirate svoju nacionalnu udrugu (HZSN) u vezi s odobravanjem i plaćanjem članarina. Molim da neposredno nakon upisivanja i ažuriranja podataka javite tajništvu HZSN-a da ste odradili ažuriranje na e-adresu Ova e-mail adresa je zaštićena od spambota. Potrebno je omogućiti JavaScript da je vidite.

Kako bi AIPS mogla ispisati vašu iskaznicu, HZSN će prvo morati potvrditi vašu prijavu i zamoliti tajništvo AIPS-a da obradi vašu iskaznicu. Podrobnije podatke možete naći na našoj web stranici www.hzsn.hr
Drage kolegice i kolege,

Pozivam vas da se prijavite za dobivanje nove članske iskaznice AIPS-a za razdoblje 2010./2011. Članstvo u AIPS-u ostvaruje se na razdoblje od dvije godine, a sljedeće počinje u siječnju 2010. Stoga vas podsjećam da se, ukoliko to već niste napravili, prijavite na našim internetskim stranicama što je prije moguće. Online prijava je posebice važna ako vam je iskaznica potrebna odmah.

Croatian Sports Journalists Association

Perkovčeva 2, 10000 Zagreb, Hrvatska

Phone: +385 1 482 8333
Fax: +385 1 482 8332

Back in 1933, a doyen of Croatian and South Slavic sports journalism Hrvoje Macanovic stated that Yugoslavia had no sports journalists institution, although there was an international organization - AIPS (Association Internationale de la Presse Sportive) with its seat in Brussels. Journalists started to get organized after World War II, and they received office space in Gajeva 2b, Zagreb, in 1948. Sports journalists also frequently went to those premises; moreover, they started organizing talks with prominent sporting figures of that time there. The founding assembly of the Sports Journalists Section of the Croatian Journalists Society followed soon, on 6 April 1949.

Miroslav Habunek, Editor in Chief of Narodni Sport (People's Sport) was elected the first President. Hrvoje Macanovic was elected Vice-President and Zvone Mornar Secretary General. The other members of the Executive Committee were Frane Barbieri, Mladen Delic, Josip Djuric, Ivo Petric, Josip Poljak, Valerio Zapia and Ratko Zvrko.

The Croatian Sports Journalists Association was founded out of the necessity created by the general situation in Croatia, where Serbian rebels started a war in 1991 and continued it in cooperation with the Yugoslav Army, wishing to break away from the newly formed Republic of Croatia. In such circumstances, it was necessary to change the sports journalists' way of work, as all sports leagues at the Yugoslav level dissolved.

Summoned by the sports section of the Vecernji List (Evening Paper) daily newspaper, journalists from most leading Croatian media met on 2 August 1991. This meeting resulted in a Protest of Sports Journalists, which read, among other things:

"As a war has been imposed on Croatia and, in such circumstances, it is not possible or morally acceptable to compete, especially against representatives of the areas, from which the aggression is directed or encouraged, sports journalists working for daily newspapers and most television and radio companies met in Zagreb yesterday to agree on a viewpoint regarding such situation."

A Statement was also released afterwards, which read, among other things:

"As long as the war in Croatia goes on, the participants of this meeting will be guided by the agreement not to publicise competitions in the leagues, in which Croatia's representatives do not participate. The same will apply to Yugoslav national teams, which cannot be considered as such without Croatian athletes. It has also been agreed that – as soon as necessary conditions are achieved – everybody will make maximum contribution to the organization and promotion of Croatian leagues and national teams, that is, Croatian sports in general. It has also been agreed that the talks to that effect be continued next week..."

The following week, on 8 August 1991, another meeting was held, in which a Decision containing six items was released. Item 6 was the most important one – it read:

"It is proposed to the Croatian Sports Journalists Section to withdraw from the Yugoslav Sports Journalists Association and start a parallel initiative to be admitted to AIPS."

The meetings chaired by Darko Drazenovic (Vecernji List) were attended by:

Romana Eibl, Mihovil Svigir (Vjesnik), Boris Cosic, Ivica Frkic, Janko Goles, Ado Kozul, Drago Marovic, Milivoj Nikolic, Miro Rede, Branko Stipkovic (Sportske Novosti), Anton Filic, Damir Jirasek, Davor Lulic, Damir Mrvec, Branko Vukina (Vecernji List), Orlando Rivetti (Novi List), Igor Knezevic (Glas Slavonije), Mario Garber (Slobodna Dalmacija), Drazen Berakovic (Slobodna Hrvatska), Vlado Sobota (ZET), Miljenko Mitrovic (Borba, Vecernje Novosti), Ante Drpic (Tanjug), Igor Ilic (HINA), Slavko Cvitkovic, Drago Cosic (Croatian Television), Ognjen Naglic (Croatian Radio) and Ornela Kipcic (Radio Sljeme).

Soon afterwards, on 13 August 1991, The Yugoslav Physical Culture Association (SFKJ) responded by issuing a 15-item Declaration signed by SFKJ Presidency Chairman Tome Drakulevski. Most items referred to the viewpoints of the Croatian Sports Association, which were in line with the viewpoints of the Croatian journalists. Among other things, the Declaration read:

"All athletes, who belittle Yugoslav national symbols by their behaviour at international sports competitions, will be banned for life."

A separate paragraph read:

"Journalists from Croatia want to withdraw from the Yugoslav Sports Journalists Association. This is why their accreditations for the upcoming Olympic Games will be revoked."

The Croatian Sports Journalists Society was founded in the basement of the former Vjesnik office building on 5 September 1991. Following the proposal of Vilko Luncer, Darko Drazenovic was elected the first President. Ivica Vukotic was elected the Secretary General, Drazen Berakovic the Organizing Secretary, and Neven Berticevic, Ognjen Naglic, Zdravko Reic, Orlando Rivetti, Zarko Susic and Mihovil Svigir were also elected on the Executive Committee.

The Croatian Sports Journalists Society faced enormous work. The new association needed formal and legal inauguration and there was a number of other tasks, among which the most important one was to join the AIPS. The great moment of becoming an AIPS member happened at the 55th AIPS Congress in Budapest on 28 April 1992. Croatia became one of the 113 members of the largest international sports journalists association. The accession process was accelerated – before then, it had taken two years from the foundation to the beginning of the accession process. AIPS President Frank Taylor, Secretary General Istvan Gulay and his deputy, Jeno Boskovics (who was of Croatian origin) had a deep affinity for Croatia. A few meetings with them took place before the vote. Remembering that Croatia had hosted and organized two AIPS meetings on behalf of Yugoslavia (in Dubrovnik and Split) must have had an impact, as well. Darko Drazenovic and Zarko Susic represented the Croatian Sports Journalists Society in Budapest.

But joining the AIPS was only one of the objectives to be achieved. It was also necessary to manage to get accreditations for the Olympic Games in Albertville and Barcelona, which were only six months, that is, one year ahead respectively.

Already in Budapest, talks were commenced with Secretary General of the Yugoslav Sports Journalists Association Radomir Jeremic Piri. They were assisted by Slovenia's Evgent Bergant, UEPS Vice-President, and Michel Verdier, IOC Media Director. Jeremic said that there were simply no more accreditations for Croatia "because they had already been distributed", without saying to whom and with which right. Still, efforts, which took several months, paid: thanks to the IOC, five Croatian journalists reported from the Olympic Winter Games and as many as twenty from the Summer Games.

Following the request of the Croatian Journalists Society, the Croatian Sports Journalists Society changed its name to Croatian Sports Journalists Association at its 3rd Assembly in Rovinj on 26 November 1994.

Author: Darko Draženović