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New opportunities

Seven new opportunities over the last two weeks include masters programmes, a volunteer opportunity and the chance to apply for a grant.

International Master of Adapted Physical Activity (IMAPA)

IMAPA aims to provide state-of-the-art research and teaching methodology in adapted physical activity and the social, pedagogical and technical aspects of physical activity adapted to the needs of people with a disability.




Masters (MA) in Sustainable Peace through Sport

This MA programme is multidisciplinary and seeks to educate and train an elite group of "Engineers of Peace through Sport", able to harness the potential of sport as a strategic tool dedicated to building and promoting sustainable peace across the globe.




Be part of a rugby coaching tour to Rwanda 2017

Friends of Rwandan Rugby is now seeking volunteers to travel to Rwanda from 25 May - 4 June for its 2017 rugby coaching tour.

 


Sport for Tomorrow - Japan's Olympic legacy

An initiative of the Japanese government to promote sports for the following seven years to more than 10 million people in 100 nations until 2020. 



One Day One Goal

Peace starts with individual action, and your action will inspire others...so what will you do on Peace Day 21 September? Who will you make peace with? You can visit the website to add your event.

  


European Lotteries launches the EL Sport Award

Driven by its core values, the European Lotteries Association launched a new initiative, the EL Sport Award, which will be open to sport and development projects in Europe. Applications open from 6 September.



Funding and partnership opportunities with UEFA

The UEFA Foundation for Children is accepting funding applications for sport and development projects. Every year, the UEFA Foundation for Children issues a call for projects who seek to achieve the foundation’s objectives. The deadline to apply is 30 September.

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Jaidip Patel

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Wednesday, September 14, 2016 - 11:00