Want to know what's happening in the world of sport and refugees? Here are the top headlines for the week ending on 25 July 2021.
Heroes do not always wear capes. Sometimes, they wear tracksuits and swing a table tennis racket. Here are some more table tennis champions you'll see at the Olympics.
More than 150 signatories have put their support behind an open letter calling on the IOC and IPC to amend their rules around political demonstrations at the Games.
Join us for an interactive webinar to hear how youth leaders are building back better during these turbulent times.
Join SportWorks as they host Leon Mann to highlight the stories of Black athletes and sportspersons.
Join World Health Organization in the final webinar of their series. Theme: "Active for All: Action through stronger partnership."
Watch a recording of the final conference of the FIRE project, which discussed how football can be used as a tool for integration of refugees and newcomers in Europe.
This World Refugee Day, we celebrate the power of sport by profiling eight refugees who have benefitted from sport in resettling into their new environments.
Listen to sportandddev senior consultant Ben Sanders talk to Roy Kessel about his background and the work he does at sportanddev.
ChildFund Sport for Development is looking for a Programs Administrator, to work in South East Asia. Deadline: 31 July 2021.
Play the Game/Danish Institute for Sports Studies is recruiting a researcher with an academic background who can contribute to and expand our leadership role in the international debate on sports policy and governance. Deadline: 30 August
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