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Social innovation is a

Collective sport

Playlab is the first international structure dedicated to social innovation through sport. Its role is to foster the emergence and acceleration of collective solutions to meet societal challenges.

L'innovation sociale est un sport collectif

Sport to transmit through


Sporting game promotes education, inclusion and well-being for everyone.

ressouce pédagogique Ecole Active pour sensibiliser les enfants aux bienfaits de l'activité physique et aux risque de la sédentarité sur leur santé


in key figures


years of action to meet major societal issues

1 million

beneficiaries of inclusive and educational activities


education professionals trained in our pedagogical methods

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You want to act concretely for education through sport, join the community by becoming partners, by participating in vertigo or gala, by supporting or developing a project, by making a donation, by becoming a volunteer ...


commit yourself individually

Départ de la course solidaire Vertigo à la Défense

On the ground



To mark PLAY's 25th anniversary, Team Kosovo launched a major #PLAY25 campaign to raise public awareness of PLAY's work, collect donations and celebrate its quarter-century. The month of June was

Wednesday 26 June 2024

From February 27 to March 2, PLAY International Kosovo organised a five-day Training of Trainers session in Brezovica, Kosovo as part of the Sport4Resilience project. This event brought together 11

Tuesday 19 March 2024

happy new year 2024!  PLAY International wishes you a Happy New Year! All the best!     1999-2024: learning through playing sports 2024 is a special year for PLAY, as our NGO will celebrate its 25th

Monday 8 January 2024

Support us

Access to play and sport is a fundamental right. Let us work together to ensure that each child has access to a sporting, playful and educational activity. Thanks to your donation, you enable disadvantaged children in France, Burundi, Kosovo and Senegal to be more active, to fight discrimination against them (gender, disability, communities...), to learn to live better together through sports play....