November is marked as Native American Heritage Month in the US. To celebrate this month, here are six Native American sportspersons you should know about.
Orange the World: End violence against women now! The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) have launched a special podcast series for the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence.
While COVID-19 has caused huge hurdles for table tennis organisations and clubs to keep their young audience engaged, the #TableTennisUnited Fund is sending help to those in need.
To celebrate International Day of People with Disability, join Team Up for a live Zoom event on how sport can impact the lives of people with disabilities.
Join the International Paralympic Committee and World Academy of Sport for the 2021 Inclusion Summit, to understand how sport can be used to place persons with disabilities at the heart of the inclusion agenda.
CAFE is pleased to announce that the fourth International CAFE Conference will take place virtually for the first time, on 9-10 December 2021.
Watch a recording of our webinar on supporting displaced women and girls in and through sport, held on 10 November 2021, held in partnership with UNHCR.
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.
Yunus Sports Hub is looking for an experienced communications and social media manager to join their team!
Futbol Mas Kenya has an internship position in social entrepreneurship. Deadline: 14 November 2021
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