Homeless World Cup co-founder recognised with MBE at the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
Workshops, movie studios and a rainy competition – The Sofia 2017 ESFF took place in May.
A Ball Can Change the Life – Tokyo Hosts Sport Symposium to Discuss the Value of Sport for Society and Culture
As preparations for the 2020 Olympics in Tokio begin, several Japanese Sport agencies attended a symposium to discuss the impact that sport can have on society and how to better seize these opportunities.
Glasgow Life and Big Lottery Fund coordinated a legacy project that engaged 96 participants on a life-changing experience.
Norway hosts fourth Erasmus+ exchange in beautiful Moss.
Harald Schmied, co-founder of the Homeless World Cup has been awarded the Merit Badge of the Republic of Austria. This is one of the highest awards anyone can receive in the country. Schmied’s life-long commitment to social change was celebrated when Alois Stöger, the current Minister of Social Affairs in Austria, presented him with the emblem […]
Delegates form across Europe gathered in Finland for the second Erasmus+ Get-Together.
United States Sports Academy acknowledges ongoing work advocating for those experiencing homelessness
The 2016 Homeless World Cup in Glasgow takes four separate awards
Players become referees at the Homeless World Cup Referee Course in Newport, Wales
The European Commission announce funding for projects in 10 EU countries, including for our Homeless World Cup partners in Bulgaria and Hungary
The squad scored their best finish in Glasgow – and Martin carried that success home where he now has a job and a house