Want to know what's happening in the world of sport and refugees? Here are the top headlines for the week ending on 2 May 2021.
Maynooth University, Loughborough University and VU Amsterdam University are collaborating to carry out important research to further engagement in sport for people with disabilities.
As the world continues to battle the pandemic scourge, the women’s sports collective at Naandi Foundation is offering much needed moments of comfort, support and hope to the community.
Join SportWorks TALKS for a discussion with Géraldine Heinen on the importance of partnerships in sport for development and peace initiatives.
Never stop learning! Join the next IRTS Network webinar on sport and refugees on 12 May 2021, 13:00 - 14:00 CEST.
This webinar, hosted by MONITOR, will focus on the monitoring and evaluation tools used by sport for employability organisations and programmes.
In this episode of Voices of Development, Ummul Choudhury talks about her organisation, Capoeira 4 Refugees, and discusses her experience in running an international charity as a female ethnic minority CEO.
Ahead of IDSDP 2021, the Commonwealth held its annual debate on sport and sustainable development.
This podcast discusses the new report from the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights on the rights of persons with disabilities to participation in sport.
streetfootballworld is looking for a gender and safeguarding project manager, based in Germany. Deadline: 16 May 2021.
Good Sports is looking for a Corporate Partnerships Associate based in the Greater Boston Area.
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