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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.
Neeraj kumar Mehra
Working as Research Officer with Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, Government of India.Formerly worked as Lecturer (Teaching of Health & Physical Education) with State Council of Educational Research & Training, Delhi and Project Officer with Organising Committee Commonwealth Games Delhi 2010
David is managing and overseeing the Doc Wayne operation while exploring ways to broaden the organizations reach to more youth on a national and global scale. In his career of over 20 years in the business and non-profit sectors, he has specialized in developing new business, building partner relationships, while sharpening organizational outreach.
I am CEO and co-Founder of Goal Click, a global media and photography project, helping people understand each other through football. Goal Click finds individuals and organisations from every country in the world to tell stories about what football means to them and their country - all using one disposable analogue camera.
Datchanamoorthy a name that has left imprints in the books of Indian Human Rights Education; today is an iconic leader who has raised eyebrows in India with his visionary outlook for the state. Known for his crusading efforts demanding the compulsory Human Rights Education in the country, DatchanaMoorthy is a man on a fanatic mission to make India a model nation to the world. A great idealist wrote that people are born with equal rights. Then thousands of people cynically and sagaciously criticized it. Some diligently tried to make it real. It’s a paradox, but both the second ones - with their determined belief, and those who were unsparingly criticizing contributed that the idea, even slowly, but started to get formed in the minds of people and nations. As a Human Rights Defender, I believe that people’s equality before the law is the most important principal; because I know that it’s the basis of jurisprudence. As a practical person, I also know that Human Rights Education is needed to develop peace and self security. As a realist, I have no doubt that on a way of implementing these human rights in reality life. But as an optimist I believe that “the drop taps the stone”. And finally as a humanist, I completely agree with some other idealist
Tim is a Teacher and Researcher at Plymouth University (UK) where he works within Primary Physical Education. Previously he worked for five years as a Senior Lecturer, Early Years/ Primary (F-10) 'Health & Physical Education' in the Faculty of Education at Monash University (Australia). Tim has fifteen years teaching experience as a classroom teacher (Queensland, Australia), Head of Foundation Stage and Key Stage One (English International School, Qatar) and Health and Physical Education specialist teacher (Queensland, Australia), in various school communities and education systems. This is his eighth year working full time as a teacher/researcher in higher education.
A Sports Administration graduate of National Institute for Sports Lagos, 1996 also graduate of Physical Education University of Ilorin attended Lagos State College of Education, Ijanikin Lagos, Offa Teachers College, Bishop Smith memorial college Member Offa Community School Sport Foundation. Organising Secretary, Nigeria Sports Development Fund Inc. Chief Ruth Ogbeifo Balofin Offa Community Project, Brand Manager Chief Ruth Ogbeifo Balofin Offa Community Project,
I'm passionate about sports, which has been shaping my life ever since and has given me so much. Having worked in the sport industry at every level since 2005, I know how powerful the tool of sport can be in bringing together people who would usually not be connected and in no way collaborating. I wish to contribute to a better world through sport & development. Focused on rugby, based in Switzerland / Europe, and very open to partner up with like-minded people & organisations with similar goals