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.
U.S. sport diplomacy in Latin America and the Caribbean: A programme evaluation
U.S. sport diplomacy in Latin America and the Caribbean: A programme evaluation provides a study of a specific SDP programme entitled Sports Visitors, executed in partnership between George Mason University and the U.S. Department of State.
Community sport development events, social capital and social mobility: a case study of Premier League Kicks and young black and minoritized ethnic males in England
This paper examines the effectiveness of ‘Premier League Kicks’—a football community outreach initiative—to produce and leverage social capital among young Black and minoritised ethnic males in England.