As we celebrate International Equal Pay Day on 18 September, we take a closer look at the factors responsible for the existence of gender pay gap in sports.
UNHCR and Alive and Kicking’s unique art contest saw 1600 young artists submit their dream ball designs, to illustrate the power of sport to bring us all together. Here are the five winners.
Heritage Sport Events, like the Audencia-La Baule Triathlon, may be the sustainable alternative to Mega Sporting Events.
Join the Foundation for Sport, Development and Peace as they host the 8th annual Cape Cape Town Sport and Peace Conference virtually.
The European Network of Sport Education is all set to host their free digital event, discussing digital sport education, on September 23 and 24.
In the third webinar of the series, join Oaks Consultancy as they learn which fundraising activities have proven successful elsewhere and examine how they might support sport for development organisations in future.
A new short film by Sport for Tomorrow highlights Japanese initiatives to achieve an inclusive society through parasport.
To celebrate Women's Month 2021, School of Hard Knocks interviewed Babalwa Latsha, the first South African woman to become a pro rugby player, discussing gender issues in sport.
Watch a recording of our webinar on youth leadership and engagement in sport and development, held on 11 August 2021, in partnership with the Commonwealth.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) is seeking a consultant to evaluate its global, multi-year Grant Support Programme. Deadline: 4 October 2021
Mission 89 is looking for a Communications Assistant to ensure partners are kept up to date on activities, and support overall communications goals. Deadline: 15 September.
The organization exist to create a platform where youth can address issues that affect them, through empowering them with knowledge and skills