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I created a system called the Edge Principle Training System(EPTS) that teaches personal life skills to youth through sports in real time. The mission is to build stronger youth, families and communities by teaching life skills through sport. I have also created a duplicatable system for affordable facilities to be erected and offer the best youth programs in the world regardless of their race, religion, sex, economic or social background. For this world to survive...all kids need to play together! Adults too...but that is a bit harder in today's world.
Ibrahim is former Africa Editor for Goal.com, formerly SoccerAge.com. At 16, he began working for the Italy-headquartered company as its Africa Correspondent, and in 2004 as Africa Editor. After seven years with the company, he resigned in 2007. He is a contributor to Free Kick and THE League, Canadian and British magazines, respectively.
Vassil Girginov is Reader in Sport Management/Development in the School of Sport and Education at the University of Brunel, West London. He joined Brunel from the University of Windsor, Canada. Until 2005 he taught at the University of Luton, England and the National Sports Academy in Sofia, Bulgaria and collaborated with the Bulgarian Sports Union and the National Olympic Committee. His research interests and publications are in the field of the Olympic movement, sport development and comparative management and policy analysis, and Eastern European sport. Vassil's latest book is 'Management of Sports Development' (2008) by Elsevier.
The Charlton Athletic Race Equality (CARE) partnership is a multi-agency initiative led by Greenwich Council and Charlton Athletic Football Club (CAFC). CARE provides and delivers an innovative and diverse range of activities which are designed to tackle the multiple and inter-related forms of social exclusion, as well as promoting positive relationships between different groups, and tackling inequality and discrimination. CARE uses multi sport and arts/drama/music based initiatives, and work specifically with: under-represented groups; disadvantaged communities; and, ‘Hard-to-Reach’ groups