1. Light Saber Combat has been created and is daily promoted in observance of the principles of loyalty, discipline, fair play, respect, passion and sense of aggregation that characterise the sport as part of the modern Olympic ideal. On this matter, it defines the Se.Cu.Ri. (Servizio, Cura, Rispetto, or rather Service, Care, Respect) as its central rule. Service is intended as the willingness of each pupil to support each of his/her fellow pupils along the path of technical improvement, through constant, active encouragement to reach their own limits and try to exceed them. Care comes through control, practised in techniques and in the general attention to their fellow pupils’ safety. Respect comes from awareness of oneself, one’s own limits and strong points and leads to a correct way of relating with others in the aware-ness of not having to underestimate anyone, whatever their level or experience. While Service is reserved for those realms that are not directly competitive, Care and Respect are to be considered as essential for any situation linked to practising the sport.
2. The LudoSport individuals and organisations that intend to teach, practise and promote Light Saber Combat must support the values of the sport, by promoting healthy competitiveness, a climate of mutual trust, refusing any kind of illicit or incorrect means for guaranteeing victory and firmly rejecting any form of sexual, religious, ethnic discrimination or any other form of conduct that limits integration and inclusion – a natural consequence of sporting activity – and any form of doping. These bodies must operates for the well being of citizens, promoting the values of human dignity, non-violence and solidarity amongst people and populations, cooperating with the others who share the same principles. By recognising sport as a citizen’s right, a resource for integration, they must also work towards promotion and diffusion – in sport but also via sport, in social life – of a culture of rights, the environment and solidarity.