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Nominations are open for the Commonwealth Youth Worker Awards, and the Youth Awards for Excellence in Development Work. These awards recognise inspiring youth workers and young people whose development work has had a significant impact on people and communities in their country or region.Read More
BlazeSports require an experienced individual in the field of international sport for development to fill a coordinator position within the organisation in Norcross, Georgia (US).Read More
The international master’s programme in adapted physical activity (IMAPA) combines the expertise of more than 20 universities and organisations throughout Europe and the world, and offers students comprehensive training and expert knowledge in the many aspects of adapted physical activity.Read More
ICSSPE is offering six bursaries for participants from developing countries to participate in the Communities & Crisis seminar.Read More
Explore the role of football in the world today with the University of Edinburgh's free open online course.Read More
Massive free online course that explores the universe of media and its role in the construction of the Olympic Games is open to registration. You can enrol for free and get a statement of accomplishment at the end of the course.Read More
The Beyond Sport Awards, supported by Comic Relief are now open for entries.Read More
The Togolese Association for the Promotion of Sport for All (ATP-Sport pour Tous) are organising an International Summer 2015 Camp in Togo.Read More
Outward Bound Croatia are holding a training course on personal development and experiential non-formal learning in outdoors method and tools, designed for youth workers, youth leaders, trainers and other interested individuals (teachers, educators, project leaders, project managers, volunteers).Read More
New postgraduate research opportunties are available at the Institute of Technology, Tralee, starting in September 2015.Read More
The development worker will advise local non-governmental organisations and the project team of the regional programme on sport and development in Africa.Read More
We are excited to announce a new graduate-level sport-based youth development fellowship at Adelphi University in New York CityRead More
Bayonle Arashi is a passionate sport professional with extensive experience in the areas of communications, TV/radio, public relations, marketing, social media, media relations, journalism, special events and gameday operations. A certified sport professional and member of International Sports Press Association (AIPS) and. Follow Bayonle Arashi on twitter:@midassoccerRead More
Bayonle Arashi shares his insights and advice for success on the football field for players of all ages. A broadcast journalist and football entrepreneur, Bayonle is a Nigerian and works with professional and grassroots football players in Nigeria and around Africa. Bayonle has a big plan and dream for development of football in Africa from the grassroots level that will give birth to the new generation of football stars.
Here are few plans for football players as we prepare for the long summer transfer window where many important moves are set to take place: