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From the Women's Garden project in Afghanistan after the fall of the Taliban, to the Playlab sport and refugee incubator to support 7 European project leaders; From the Sport4Youth program in Kosovo to promote community reconciliation, t

#Europe
#Erasmus+
#Disabilities

This week, PLAY International led the second launch committee of the European project “PLAY’In Together”, financed by the Erasmus+ Sport Program of the European Commission.

 

#Kosovo
#Inclusion
#Sport4Youth
#socio-sport

Although the war has been over for 15 years now, tensions between the different communities are palpable. The Sport4Youth programme brings together Albanian, Serbian, Ashkali, Bosnian, Turkish and Roma adolescents and children through sport.

#inactivity
#France
#Active school

Sedentary living is the 4th leading risk factor for death worldwide and responsible for 3 million preventable deaths.

#gala
#Événement

PLAY International and the Shangri-La Hotel, Paris, are looking forward to seeing you on Tuesday 19 November 2019 for the prestigious gala organised to benefit the association on the occasion of its 20th anniversary.

 

#vertigo
#France
#Événement

Thursday, May 16, from 5pm to 9pm, 1,150 runners attacked First Tower, France's tallest building with 954 steps.

#Playlab
#playdagogy
#socio-sport

For 20 years now, PLAY International has been creating and implementing awareness and prevention programs using sports games and debate as educational vehicles.

#Kosovo
#Sport4Youth
#Inclusion
#socio-sport

On 5 December every year, the world takes time to recognise the amazing efforts that volunteers make to change the lives of those around them.

 

#gala
#Événement

On Wednesday evening, 246 champions, companies and donors attended the 7th PLAY International Gala. An evening of grace and business, foundations and sportsmen present, PLAY International to collect 116 000 €.

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#France
#Disabilities

PLAY International is committed to changing representations and behaviours regarding disability. In France, about 12 million adults and children (18.5% of the population) are affected by at least one disability (according to an INSEE survey, 2015).

#vertigo
#Événement
#France

On Sunday 23 September 2018, the Radio France group and PLAY International joined forces to celebrate the sport. For the 4th edition, 2,613 participants were able to discover a round house transformed into a huge playground for the occasion.

#AMEP
#Schooling
#Burundi

On 29 March 2017, the first steering committee of the "Education for All : Access to and Maintenance of the School for Burundian Children through Advocacy" (AMEP) took place after one year of deployment. This is an opportunity for us to present you with the main lines of the project.

#Playlab
#Incubator

From 18 to 22 June 2018, 7 projects from 7 European countries benefited from a week of intensive support at Insep Paris and Playlab as part of the Sport & Refugees incubation programme.

#playdagogy
#Mayotte
#living together
#Education

On Tuesday 13 March 2018, PLAY International and the Agence Française de Développement (AFD) de Mayotte signed a partnership agreement to set up and distribute the "Playdagogy" programme in Mayotte.

 

#Playlab
#Innovation
#playdagogy
#Active school

On 17 and 18 October 2017 - under the patronage of the Ministry of National Education and the sponsorship of the City of Paris - PLAY International organised the third edition of the Playground dedicated to actors in sport, education and social change.

#Playlab
#Innovation

PLAY International opens the first collaborative space dedicated to social innovation through sport and games: the Playlab.

#Kosovo
#Inclusion
#socio-sport
#Sport4Youth

On Saturday, October 1, PLAY International's Kosovo mission organised an anti-discrimination day to highlight the importance of inter-community dialogue.

#Burundi
#Inclusion

Since April 2015, PLAY International has been present in 4 Integrated Rural Villages (IRVs) in southern Burundi. VRIs are villages, often located in remote areas, created especially to accommodate repatriated populations.

#Playlab
#inactivity
#Active school

This generation is undoubtedly the most inactive in our history. According to the World Health Organization, only 11% of girls and 25% of boys aged 11 practice the recommended 60 minutes of physical activity per day.

#Kosovo

Human trafficking is modern slavery. People use force, lies, and other forms of pressure to take advantage and control someone. The victim does unwilling work, but does not get paid enough or paid at all for their labor.

#playdagogy
#Burundi
#Insertion

Since 2008 in Burundi, the PLAY International team has placed the themes of violence, living together, children's rights and HIV at the heart of sports activities. Its action affects both schoolchildren and those living in camps for displaced persons.

 

#Burundi
#playdagogy

The New Explorers in the Great Lakes Region! In the episode New Explorers, broadcast on Canal + on November 30, 2014, Manuel Herrero introduces us to the sports culture of three countries in the Great Lakes region.

#Kosovo
#Sport4Youth
#socio-sport
#Inclusion

Since 2009, Beyond Sport trophies have been awarded annually to the best international projects that promote the use of sport as a positive vehicle for social change.

#Burundi
#living together
#socio-sport

From 26 to 30 May 2014, two rugby ambassadors, Pierre Rabadan (Stade Français) and Salim Tebani (US Oyonnax), visited Burundi with our teams. They participated in the training of our local animators in the practice of rugby, their sport was until then unknown.