Strengthening partnerships

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Strengthening partnerships projects

Life Champions 2.0: We are all champions
Football for Unity 2.0
Kick for Trade Festival
Facing crisis through football in Colombia & Venezuela
Festival 23
Sports for Resilience and Empowerment Project, phase 2
Girls Community League
Team up for Ukraine emergency fund
Sports and Play for Asylum-Seeking Unaccompanied Minors
Together for the Ukrainians
Football Friends – Together is OK!

BTÕs Hope United and the UEFA Foundation for Children kicked off a match at Crusaders FC Seaview grounds today on the eve of the Super Cup to raise awareness about the devastating impact of online hate in sport and among young people.

Hope United, a campaign launched by BT, broadcasters of the UEFA Super Cup, brings together a diverse team of footballers from Northern Ireland, England, Wales, and Scotland with the aim of driving change by giving digital skills to people on how to protect themselves and others online. 

The match involved children aged between 14 and 17 from community projects across Northern Ireland that are helping to bridge the sectarian divide and care for refugees who have settled here.

Rio Ferdinand and Glenn Hoddle are pictured with some of the young people who will be playing in the Hope United match.

Photo by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye.

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Gender Equality
Employability
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