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Tariq Mohammed is a certified squash coach who has played and coached squash at several elite prep schools, colleges and universities in the United States. During 2003-2004, he served as a United Nations Volunteer in Uganda to foster peace and human development. He has a Masters in Education with a specialization in coaching.
fairplay, the initiative for diversity and antidiscrimimation was kicked off by the Vienna Institute for International Dialogue and Cooperation (VIDC) in 1997. The fairplay innitiave has worked closely with key football and sport stakeholders such as assocations, clubs, fans, players as well as migrant and refugee organisations in order to address exclusion and promote equality and respect in the game. fairplay is a founding member of the network Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE), which has established in 1999 in Vienna, Austria.We work closely with key (football) institutions including UEFA, FIFA, European Commission, Council of Europe, FIFPro and many national bodies in Austria and in the Western balkans.
Growing up between Europe and Singapore, I have always been interested in using sport as a tool for international development, cooperation, or a tool for social progress to human welfare. My academic background combines Sports Management with Peace, Conflict and Development studies. On a professional and volunteer level, have had the opportunities to learn and grow through different organisations namely, UFOLEP, ENGSO Youth, ISCA, CNOSF, CoE, Decathlon, UNOSDP, Peace and Sport, streetfootballworld. I now putting my efforts in the development of the Field Programs of the ITTF Foundation.
Tanja Marie Kristensen
I am from Denmark but has lived in Honduras since 2016 where I do consultancy and volunteer work. My profile is research based from the academic world as well as practical from the NGO world. In the coming years I will research on the role of physical activity as treatment for traumatized girls in Honduras.
As a aport policy consultant working for governments across the Middle East and Africa I recognize the power of sport to provide opportunity and act as an agent for economic and social change. I also focus on the power of potential and the use of education, technology and mentoring to develop athletes through Imagine Champions, a purpose based organisation supporting and connecting young athletes across the globe through our mobile and web enabled 'Imagine' learning and development programme and knowledge sharing platform.
Eli is co-director of the Sport and Society initiative at Brown University and also co-directs the Power of Sport Lab, a platform to fuel and magnify innovation, inclusion and social change through sport. His work focuses on the intersection of research, policy and practice to advance sport and human rights, development and social change.
Was a soccer player, and a leader of the Mathare Youth Sports Association (MYSA). Mathare is a sprawling slum in Nairobi, and host to some of Kenya's most difficult challenges with urban youth that arise from rampant poverty, including starvation, homelessness, unemployment, HIV/AIDS, and violence, among other problems. MYSA has used sports to provide hope to several of these youth, some of whom are now on athletic and academic scholarships in universities across the world. Mathare United FC, a team formed from youth in these slums, is now one of Kenya's best soccer teams, and contributes a majority of players to the national team, Harambee Stars.