Lasting social value or a one-off? People with intellectual disabilities’ experiences with volunteering for the Youth Olympic Games
This article looks at the long term impacts of volunteering at sporting events among young people with intellectual disabilities through interviews with the individuals and their parents.
“Putting kids first”: An exploration of the Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility model to youth development in Eswatini
This study looks at the outcomes and youth experiences of a sport for development programme in Eswatini, using Hellison's Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility model.
CrossFit Sarajevo: Positioning against dominant ethnonational narratives
This study takes an in-depth look at the social enterprise CrossFit Sarajevo in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the role of the organisation in bridging ethnic divides and promoting egalitarian values in a multi-ethnic, post-conflict community.
A cross-sectional study of sexual health knowledge, attitudes, and reported behaviour among Zambian adolescent girl participants in a football programme
This study looked for a measurable change in sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) knowledge among adolescent girls following participation in an existing sport for development programme in Zambia called Futebol dá Força - a programme combini