Should Olympic and Paralympic athletes be prioritised for the COVID-19 vaccination? We explore this ethical dilemma.
Want to know what's happening in the world of sport and refugees? Here are the top headlines for the week ending on 11 April 2021.
Sign up today for our updated open access global course and discover how sport can contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals and other priorities.
The Forum will bring together individuals and organisations for showcases, workshops and keynotes on the key role that sport can play in protecting our environment.
This webinar will examine the state of racism in societies and sports today, how racism develops and how it can be countered.
Learn from practitioners how sport serves or fails to serve women, and ways to design sport for development programmes which centre women and girls.
‘The Journey’ is calling for global support of the Refugee Teams competing at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
On IDSDP 2021, Beyond the Field facilitated a conversation on the credibility and legitimacy of sport for development and peace in policy and practice.
This IDSDP, watch a short video by PingPongParkinson which highlights the power of sport to transform individual lives.
The International Sport and Culture Association (ISCA) in Copenhagen, Denmark (an Erasmus+ Programme) is looking for a project and event management intern. Deadline: 15 April 2021.
The True Athlete Project Ltd (UK) is searching for a non-executive board member to join a current team of six non-executive board members.
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