Exploring the future: Where is sport for development going next?
An emerging market economy describes the economy of a nation that is progressing towards becoming more advanced. These countries experience an expanding role both in the world economy and on the political frontier.
French sporting organisations sign landmark Charter
The Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games Bid Committee has joined 20 of the largest sporting events in France in a shared commitment to deliver environmentally responsible and sustainable sporting events with the signing of a national Charter.
streetfootballworld visits Special Olympics Namibia
Earlier this month, streetfootballworld paid a visit to Special Olympics Namibia (SON) in Windhoek, Namibia, so as to check on the progress of the Football for Hope Centre and its programmes, as well as to conduct some workshops on organisational develo
The quick cricketer: a Samoan sprinter's obsession with bat and ball
For many people in Samoa, cricket has long been an exotic game most likely encountered on television. But that is changing rapidly as the game grows across the Pacific, both at the elite level and as a tool for inclusion and inspiration.
Australian cricket supports sport-for-all
The 2017 National Cricket Inclusion Championships (NCIC) will begin in Geelong tomorrow, with Australia’s best blind and vision impaired, deaf and hard of hearing, and cricketers with an intellectual disability competing for one of the three titles on o