The Contribution of Sports to the Achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals
This toolkit reflects the experiences of various UN entities, development organisations and sports companies, which have used sport and recognised its value as a far-reaching tool for development and peace.
Sport for Protection Toolkit: Programming with Young People in Forced Displacement Settings
The UNHCR, IOC and Terre des hommes have published a toolkit aiming to better understand the role that sport can play in the protection and well-being of refugee and internally displaced young people.
Host Community and Refugees Violence Prevention through Football Drill Books
The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH began to work through the ‘Sport for Development in Africa’ (S4DA) Regional Project in 2014 to establish sport as a means of achieving development objectives in selected African countries.
Case Study: Strengthening governance in Pacific National Sports Federations – with a focus on Tonga and Fiji
This report examines Phase 2 of the Pacific Sports Partnerships (PSP) programme through a focus of governance in Pacific national sports federations, particularly Tonga and Fiji.
Female representation in National Sport Associations’ executive boards: the case of Zimbabwe
This study looks at female representation on elective boards of National Sports Associations in Zimbabwe. The study compares the numbers to policies of international sports bodies and national government bodies regarding gender balance in decision-making positions.
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 combining SRHR education and football.
Being a part of it: People with intellectual disabilities as volunteers in the Youth Olympic Games
This article is a case study into the personal and social experiences and outcomes of a group of young people with intellectual disabilities volunteering at the Youth Olympic Games in Norway.