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The IPSF in compliance with the “Fundamental Principle 6 of the Olympic Charter” as stated “The enjoyment of the rights and freedoms […] shall be secured without discrimination of any kind, such as race, color, sex, sexual orientation, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status.” The IPSF is committed to providing a safe environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity and where the priority is given to the safety and the wellbeing of all participants in the respect for everyone to enjoy its rights.
IPSF continues to promote fair play and youth development by working towards a common goal of ensuring the health, safety, education and protection in the sport of Pencak Silat, and to protect and ensure the safety, future and welfare of Pencak Silat athletes around the world. IPSF continues to create a fair, equitable, scientific, independent and objective ranking system for the ratings of Pencak Silat athletes, and to provide fairness and equal opportunity at all times to all associated parties and participants.
These are the techniques that allowed in a fighting match (Tanding)
These are the techniques that are not allowed in a fighting match (Tanding)
New rules 2021 - Highlighting key changes