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INTERNATIONAL DAY OF SPORT FOR DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE

April 6th is the UN International Day of Sport for Development and Peace - an annual celebration that highlights and promotes the power of sport as a catalyst for social change all around the world. Since 2014 the IDSDP has been celebrated on 6th April as a united action towards sustainable development for all through sport... Read More››

EUROPEAN-WIDE ACTION WEEK AGAINST RACISM

Every year around 21 March, the UNITED network coordinates the European-wide Action Week Against Racism and calls upon the international community to bring an end to racism, discrimination and intolerance. UNITED urges NGOs, community organisations, schools, local councils and individuals to join forces and confront racism with direct action... Read More››

 

UNITED THROUGH SPORT

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF SPORT FOR DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE

April 6th is the UN International Day of Sport for Development and Peace which is an annual celebration that highlights and promotes the power of sport as a catalyst for social change all around the world. Since 2014 the IDSDP has been celebrated on 6th April.
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MILLENIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS SOCCER SKILLS CHALLENGE

Have a look at the Millennium Development Goals Soccer Skills Challenge video we made at Soccerfest 2014 with some of the participants of the Soccer Skills Challenge - and learn more about the MDGs! The eight MDGs will be replaced in 2015 by the Sustainable Development Goals which currently number 17.
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'INTEGRATION THROUGH SPORT' CONFERENCE

Please join us at the 'Integration Through Sport' conference on Monday 23rd March from 11am till 4pm at Tallaght Stadium, Dublin 24. The conference is part of the PolskaÉire Festival and will explore how best to utilise sport to create a more integrated society. The conference is hosted by Minister of State Aodhán Ó Riordáin and the FAI, and is supported by South Dublin County Council.
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SAMUEL ETO'O AND FARE RECEIVE EUROPEAN MEDAL

On Monday 9th March Samuel Eto'o, along with the NGO Football Against Racism Europe (FARE), was presented with the third European Medal of Tolerance for "exceptional achievements" in tackling discrimination through football. The medal was presented by the European Council on Tolerance and Reconciliation (ECTR) an NGO established in 2008 by former Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski and European Jewish Congress President Moshe Kantor to monitor tolerance in Europe.
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