The beginnings of the participation of women in sport
This article looks at the factors that enable or inhibit female participation in sport, and how these have developed over time. Illustrating these allow for the consideration of changes that could be made to promote gender equality in sport.
Will the World Cup help French women's football or will it just reinforce already existing gender stereotypes?
Marking the start of the FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 in France, we launch an article series from the sportanddev community to look at the media coverage in the lead up and during the tournament, and the resulting impact on the French public.
Diversity House LeFoot in Paris – daily programme of events for Women’s World Cup
Marking the kick off of the FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 in France, the Fare Network will be hosting events from 7 to 17 June in Paris centred around women's football and sport. With special stories from around the world and expert talks, along with live screenings of the matches these events are not to be missed!
Youth Day South Africa 2019
June is known as Youth Month in the South African calendar, and Youth Day also known as "Soweto Uprising" originates from a series of protests led by high school students on 16 June 1976. This year, Inkwenkwezi Youth, will pick up the momentum of general elections to be held on May 8 and stage a sporting extravaganza that cuts across all youth communities exactly a month later.
Job Advertisement: Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator with GFP
Generations for Peace (GFP) is a leading global non-profit peacebuilding organisation founded by HRH Prince Feisal Al Hussein in 2007, dedicated to sustainable conflict transformation at the grassroots. GFP are hiring an experienced Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator to join their team in Amman, Jordan. Deadline: 12 June 2019