Sport and Refugee Women: The INSPIRES European Seminar
This Monday 6th September, experts from across the refugee and sport fields will come together to discuss the inclusion of refugee women in and through sport.
The INSPIRES European Seminar will take place between 4pm and 6pm (CET). Click to register your attendance here.
Speakers include Khalida Popal, the former captain of the Afghanistan women’s national team, who has fought tirelessly in recent weeks to evacuate over 100 athletes from her home country as the Taliban regained power.
You will also have the chance to hear from sports broadcaster and journalist Ben Jacobs, Discover Football coach and activist Johanna Small, and Pier-Marcello Corrado from the European Commission.
Participants will have the opportunity to network, share best practice and experience, and consider the road to recovery for NGOs and grassroots organisations following the Covid-19 pandemic.
The online Seminar, part of the EU-funded INSPIRES project, is open to NGOs and coaches working or interested in working with refugees/ refugee women.
The INSPIRES European Stocktaking Seminar will take place online on 6th September at 4pm CET. Sign up today by clicking here.
Funded by the EU Erasmus+ Programme, INSPIRES is a joint project between the Fare network, GEA (Italy), Organisation Earth (Greece), Monaliiku (Finland) and UISP (Italy).
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