Jacques Rogge says its not the job of the Olympics to solve human rights problems, but that this summer's Games in Beijing may help bring change to China. The IOC president, who was in Vancouver to review the city's preparations for the 2010 Winter Games, addressed ongoing human rights concerns in communist China during an interview with CBC Sports' Ron MacLean on Thursday. International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge, left, was in Vancouver on Thursday to review the city's preparations for the 2010 Winter Games.(Jonathan Hayward/Canadian Press) "I'm saying that the Games are a force for the world that will promote the social evolution in China, and the Games are a catalyst for change in China," Rogge said. "But the Games, at the same time, are not the panacea for all the ills of the world." Excerpts of the interview were shown Thursday on CBC's The National.