1 football for hope final report, 26 to 29 June 2013, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
2 2 Football for Hope Forum 2013 / Final Report A GREAT SUCCESS Dear friends of football, We are delighted to share with you the report of the Football for Hope Forum It was a great privilege to be able to host you in Brazil to exchange, discuss and learn from each other. We hope you enjoyed your time during the FIFA Confederations Cup and came away feeling revived and inspired. FIFA is passionate about embracing the popularity of football to improve the lives of young people. As football becomes a bigger economic and social force in the world, it is vital that we ensure the beautiful game plays its part in building a better future for all. Your work in this field is a true inspiration to everyone at FIFA. We are delighted to work with you and to be able to support your work through Football for Hope. Thank you again on behalf of everyone at FIFA for the great work that you do. Joseph S. Blatter FIFA President
3 3 Dear guests, On behalf of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Local Organising Committee (LOC), I would like to thank you for your participation in FIFA s 2nd Football for Hope Forum in Belo Horizonte. Over four days, you had a great opportunity to exchange experiences with representatives of more than 130 projects from more than 40 nations and to showcase initiatives which promote development through football. I hope you enjoyed your time in Belo Horizonte and left the conference inspired by each other s ideas. I know some of you were lucky enough to have the chance to watch Brazil-Uruguay in the semi-final of the FIFA Confederations Cup at the Mineirão stadium. I look forward to seeing some of you again next year for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Kind regards, Ricardo Trade CEO of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Local Organising Committee Dear friends, This report on the second Football for Hope Forum, held last June in the city that I have the honour and challenge of governing, Belo Horizonte, summarises a set of football-related experiences such as the promotion and encouragement of active citizenship and better living conditions. Among these are the experiences of previous World Cup host countries which generated a realistic range of possibilities and challenges for the preparations of this major event. The preparations for the 2014 FIFA World Cup have been an opportunity for us to do more, and better, in various areas of the Municipal Government s field of activity by seeking to broaden our cooperation with other levels of government and with more diverse social, economic and sports stakeholders who, like us, want to build a legacy for the people of this city in a transparent and democratic way. This publication will reinforce that mission which, just like all missions, must constantly be assessed and improved. Warmest regards, Marcio Lacerda Mayor of Belo Horizonte
4 4 Football for Hope Forum 2013 / Final Report Football for Hope Forum 2013 As the tournament of champions reached its exciting finale in Brazil, FIFA brought together football champions of a different kind at the 2nd Football for Hope Forum. Football can boast of many heroes in its rich and fascinating history, but there are some heroes in the game who far too often fall under the radar those who are harnessing the power and popularity of football to build a better future. From educating children in health awareness to bringing together young people in conflict zones, grassroots organisations, sports institutions, global corporations and development institutions are using football to improve lives. FIFA, the 2014 FIFA World Cup Local Organising Committee Brazil and the Host City of Belo Horizonte invited representatives from over 130 of these organisations from 43 countries to attend the 2nd Football for Hope Forum in Brazil during the FIFA Confederations Cup as part of a long-term strategy to support social development work that uses football as a platform for change. Staged between 26 and 29 June in Belo Horizonte, one of the Host Cities of the FIFA Confederations Cup and the 2014 FIFA World Cup, delegates had the chance to exchange ideas, network and discuss crucial and current topics in their field. Described by FIFA Secretary General Jérôme Valcke as a unique event that brings together leaders and founders of community-based organisations that use football in their daily social work, the forum examined how to maximise football s contribution to social development in Brazil and beyond. We have here the who s who of social development work through football, said Federico Addiechi, Head of Corporate Social Responsibility at FIFA, at the opening. All of them represent institutions that are doing a great job in utilising the power of the game of football as a language and a tool for social development and for dealing with social issues in the most disadvantaged communities of the world. For us it was a pleasure to participate in the forum, and for me personally it was an enriching experience. Lucía Avellanal, Gurises Unidos
5 5 The Forum in numbers 193 registered participants 134 ORGANISATIONS 43 countries represented 67 participants from Brazil 45 speakers
6 6 Football for Hope Forum 2013 / Final Report Passing the ball from South Africa to Brazil At the forum, we had the who is who of social development work through football. All of them people representing institutions that are doing a great job in utilising the power of the game of football as a tool for social development, for dealing with social issues in the most disadvantaged communities of the world. Federico Addiechi Head of FIFA Corporate Social Responsibility
7 7 The opening session of the 2nd Football for Hope Forum on 26 June in Belo Horizonte was much more than just an official welcome at a conference. It was a reunion of friends after the 1st Football for Hope Forum which took place in South Africa in After FIFA s Federico Addiechi had warmly welcomed the participants, Sikhumbuzo Mnculwane from Grassroot Soccer took over as a representative from South Africa. He spoke about the legacy of the 2010 FIFA World Cup for his country and for his personal career in development through football. After that, he passed the ball to Diane Sousa from the Instituto Formação, Brazil, who gave an inspiring speech emphasising the unique opportunity presented by the 2014 FIFA World Cup for social change in her country. After the opening session, all participants had the opportunity to see the clash between two South American powerhouses, Diane Sousa, Instituto Formação (Brazil) Uruguay and Brazil, at the semi-final of the FIFA Confederations Cup 2013 and to experience the breathtaking atmosphere in the sold-out Minerão stadium. In an intense match, the Seleção won in the dying moments with a goal by Paulinho. Diane Sousa, Instituto Formação (Brazil) Sikhumbuzo Mnculwane, Grassroot Soccer (South Africa)
8 8 Football for Hope Forum 2013 / Final Report Inspiring moments On the last day, the stage was opened to allow for individual stories to be shared with all participants. The resulting contributions from representatives from India, Israel, Kenya, Australia, Hungary and Zambia were musical, funny, thoughtful and, above all, inspiring. Anne Bunde-Birouste from Football United opened the floor with Field of Dreams, an emotional song that had been specifically produced for and recorded together with young participants of Football United s programmes. Ashok Rathod, founder of the Oscar Foundation, an organisation addressing community issues in the Ambedkar Nagar slum in Mumbai talked about the implications of early marriage and his work in educating young people and proudly claimed: I never got married but I gave birth to Oscar [Foundation]. Tami Hay from the Peres Centre for Peace in Israel gave an emotional and encouraging speech about the political situation in the Middle East and closed with the words: We were educated to hate but when I see these kids playing together it gives me hope that we can one day live in peace Tami Hay, Peres Centre For Peace (Israel) Ashok Rathod, Oscar Foundation (India)
9 A highlight of the forum programme was the visit of two FIFA World Cup winners from 1994 and 2002, Jorge de Amorim Campos (known as Jorghino) and José Edmílson. After the end of their illustrious football careers, both decided that they wanted to give back to the community that had supported them throughout their careers. They each founded their own organisations in Brazil supporting young people. During the interview on stage, Jorghino and Edmílson both showed their passion for the use of football for social change and encouraged the forum participants to continue their meaningful work in their communities around the world. 9
10 10 Football for Hope Forum 2013 / Final Report PANEL sessions The programme at the forum also included a number of panel discussions. On the opening day, FIFA s Federico Addiechi and three Brazilian delegates explored and debated the origins of the protests during the FIFA Confederations Cup Brazil 2013 and argued that the challenge facing everyone present was how to use the power of football to tackle those social inequalities and injustices that lay behind Brazilians anger and concern. Other panel sessions discussed the use of football to promote youth participation and leadership, collaboration between non-governmental organisations and the private sector and the challenges and opportunities of collaborating with football associations and leagues. Why Brazilians are taking to the street From left to right: Heloísa Andrade Instituto Companheiros das Américas, José Ricardo Caporal Associação Cristã de Moços do Rio Grande do Sul, Diane Sousa Instituto Formação, Federico Addiechi FIFA A strong team: collaborating with football associations and leagues Panellists: Thierry Regenass FIFA Director of Member Associations & Development, Jürgen Griesbeck CEO of streetfootballworld, Renato Paes de Andrade Instituto Fazer Acontecer Thierry Regenass, FIFA Director of Member Associations & Development
11 11 Win-win!? How private sector and grassroots can best work together From left to right: Gudrun Messias adidas, Annika Beste AMANDLA Edu Football, Asako Tomura Sony, Steve Fleming Kick4Life, Marcia Quintino Fundação Itaú Social, and Rosana Bianchini Instituto Kairós Leading the way: how football can promote youth participation and leadership From left to right: Ana Arizabaleta Fundacion Colombianitos, David Thiru MYSA, Jill Robbins Soccer in the Streets, and Adolfo José Vieira Pinto Fundação EPROCAD
12 12 Football for Hope Forum 2013 / Final Report What we do organisations present their work Attendees of the forum were offered breakaway sessions to learn more about the work of some of their peers and to exchange experiences on how they tackle the challenges they face in their respective communities. Girls on the pitch: using football to promote gender equality and empower girls and women Dorcas Amakobe, Moving the Goalposts (Kenya) Jane Carter, Coaching for Hope (UK / South Africa) Diane Sousa, Instituto Formação (Brazil) Lucia Avellanal, Gurises Unidos (Uruguay) To the surprise of many visitors, the girls were playing football and the boys were watching. Dorcas Amakobe Playing together: engaging community stakeholders Sikumbuzo Mnculwane, Grassroot Soccer (South Africa) Heidi Warren, Starfinder Foundation (USA) Playing for peace: harnessing the power of football as a tool for violence prevention Didier Urbina, Organización Juvenil Recrearte (Costa Rica) Veronica Escobar, Fundación de las Américas para el Desarrollo (Ecuador) Tami Hay-Sagiv, The Peres Center (Israel) Annika Beste, AMANDLA Edu Football (South Africa) Heloísa Andrade de Paula Know the score: using football as a tool for HIV prevention Marcus McGilvray, Whizzkids United (South Africa) Enouce Ndeche, Vijana Amani Pamoja (Kenya)
13 13 It takes a team: social integration through football Roy Arias Cruz, SEPROJOVEN (Costa Rica) Anne Bunde-Birouste, Football United (Australia) Roy Arias Cruz The power of sport: promoting human rights and citizenship among young people José Ricardo Caporal, Associação Cristã de Moços do Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil) Fabio Cabral, Instituto Formação (Brazil) Without the support of the government the afterschool programme cannot grow to scale and affect educational reforms. Renato De Andrade Out of the classroom and onto the pitch: the benefits of after-school football programmes Renato Paes De Andrade, Instituto Fazer Acontecer (Brazil) Ana Arizabaleta, Fundacion Colombianitos (Colombia) Employability: tackling youth unemployment through football Heloísa Andrade de Paula, Companheiros das Américas (Brazil) Jacob Naish, Albion in the Community (UK)
14 14 Football for Hope Forum 2013 / Final Report Strengthening delivery of football-based programmes
15 15 Designated experts on a wide range of topics such as fundraising, event management, monitoring and evaluation, communications, planning and networking were invited to provide short and practical workshops to offer participants of the forum the opportunity to further enhance their capacities in delivering their social programmes on the ground. Thinking ahead: sustainable events management Facilitated by Laura Valente de Macedo, Consultant on Sustainability Policies and Management, Adviser to the World Resources Institute (WRI) One exercise when looking for sustainable solutions is to think back to how your grandmother did things. Today we live in a throw-away society where everything is disposable and if we look back to how things were done in the past, we will find many practical (and sometimes surprisingly apparent) solutions that work locally. Towards a sustainable future: resource mobilisation in the Development through Football sector Facilitated by Charlotte Obidairo, Managing Director of Pan-African consultancy Coxswain Social Investment plus (CSI+) Be conscious of what they want to do, what you want to do and find the sweet spot or convergence. Measuring impact: developing an effective monitoring and evaluation system Facilitated by Katrin Elsemann, responsible for network development at streetfootballworld One of the key factors in measuring impact is to avoid data overload because not everything that can be counted counts. Planning ahead: developing a compelling strategy Facilitated by Sarah Forde, consultant based in Kenya and founder of Moving the Goalposts. Networking: how to network and find potential partners Facilitated by Steffi Biester, co-founder and director of KICKFAIR To make collaboration a success, make it a process not a result of a formula or the product of a structure! Measuring impact: developing an effective monitoring and evaluation system Facilitated by Naercio Menezes, Professor of Economics and consultant to Fundação Itaú Social. Sustaining income: developing your own services and products to generate funds Facilitated by Steve Fleming, co-founder of Kick4Life Social enterprise at Kick4Life means both improving organisational sustainability and empowering participants to achieve sustainable livelihoods. Spreading your message: communicating the work you do Facilitated by Simon Lansley, Head of Communications at Street League An effective communications strategy will drive participation and increase funding opportunities and ( ) should not be viewed as time or labour intensive, but something which should be done little and often on an ongoing basis.
16 16 Football for Hope Forum 2013 / Final Report Showcase football-based methods for social projects Around the world, organisations use different methodologies and curricula in the implementation of football-based social programmes. While approaches towards achieving positive social development through football vary across organisations and countries, the goals remain the same: empowering young participants and delivering a message. Ten different organisations presented their own unique approaches in using football to transform their communities addressing HIV prevention, social integration, the fight against corruption and youth empowerment. Each session actively engaged the forum attendees and provided valuable insights into the diverse range of approaches which use football to build a better future for young people.
17 17 Coming to an end On 29 June, the Football for Hope Forum in Belo Horizonte came to an end. The final proceedings were closing words from Federico Addiechi and Heloísa Andrade and a farewell by the Mayor of Belo Horizonte who closed the event and welcomed onto the stage Fuleco, the 2014 FIFA World Cup mascot, as final surprise guest!
18 18 Football for Hope Forum 2013 / Final Report Participants Organisation First Name Last Name 2018 FIFA World Cup Organising Committee Russia Alexander Djordjadze 2018 FIFA World Cup Organising Committee Russia Milana Verkhunova adidas Claus-Peter Mayer adidas Gudrun Veronika Messias AFC Stuart Michael Ramalingam Albion in the Community (GBR) Jacob Naish AMANDLA EduFootball e.v. (RSA) Annika Beste America Scores (USA) Kathryn O donnell America Scores (USA) Robert Uvanovic AMPJF (MLI) Souadou Diabaté AMPJF (MLI) Al Assane Sanogo Architecture for Humanity (USA) Alix Brooke Ogilvie Asociación Betesda (BRA) Itamar Xavier De Camargo Ass. de Moradores dos Bairros Frutilândia (BRA) Antonia Ranicarla Da Costa Ass. Para o Des. de Iniciativas de Cidadania do RN (BRA) Felipe Xavier Cerino Associação CAIS (POR) Goncalo Santos Associação Cristã de Moços do Rio Grande do Sul (BRA) Angela Maria Aguiar Associação Cristã de Moços do Rio Grande do Sul (BRA) José Ricardo Calza Caporal Associação Cristã de Moços do Rio Grande do Sul (BRA) Bernadete Maria Franco Cunha Associação Esportiva Tupinambas (BRA) Paulo Germano Filho Associação Estrela Sports (BRA) Renata Silvia Cardim Da Silva Conceição Rodr Associação Estrela Sports (BRA) Marcelo Guedes Cardozo Associação Pró-Esporte e Cultura (BRA) Sócrates B S S V Oliveira Júnior Associação Querubins (BRA) Magda Coutinho Bauleni United Sports Academy (ZAM) Kaluba Kangwa Belo Horizonte Futebol e Cultura (BRA) José Reinaldo Lima Boa Esperança Futebol Clube (BRA) Claudionor Henrique Gomez Bola de Ouro Fetebol Clube (BRA) Leisone Pereira Da Silva Breakthrough Chiparamba Sports Academy (ZAM) Malanga Jeff Mposha Breakthrough Chiparamba Sports Academy (ZAM) Edgar Musonda Casa Acolhedora Mãe e Senhora de Todos Os Povos (BRA) Joseane Aparecida Dias Centro para el Desarrollo de la Inteligencia - CDI (PAR) Gerardo Jose Niella Quesada Centro para el Desarrollo de la Inteligencia - CDI (PAR) Luis Fernando Ramirez Silva CIEDS (BRA) Vandré Luis Meneses Brilhante Club deportivo social y cultural PAC GOL (CHI) Fabian Aviles Club deportivo social y cultural PAC GOL (CHI) Aurora Valdebenito Saavedra Club Deportivo y Social Bongiovanni (ARG) Pablo Damian Montanaro Coaches Across Continents (GBR) Nicholas Gates Coaching for Hope (RSA) Jane Carter Coaching for Hope (RSA) Sebastian Morua Hernandez Coca-Cola Victor Bicca Colombianitos (COL) Ana Cecilia Arizabaleta Consultant Laura Valente De Macedo Corporacion Ser Paz (ECU) Nelsa Libertad Curbelo Cora Coxswain Social Investment Plus (NGA) Charlotte Obidairo CRE-PPD Superar (BRA) Alexandre Hermes De Azevedo Delta Cultura Cabo Verde (CPV) Estela Amarilia Cabral Correia Delta Cultura Cabo Verde (CPV) Florian Wegenstein EPROCAD (BRA) Adolfo José Vieira Pinto Esperance (RWA) Victor Emmanuel Sewabana FARE network (GBR) Piara Powar FC Barcelona Foundation (ESP) Nicolas Rubio Carretero FIFA Jiri Josef Dvorak FIFA Thierry Regenass Fiji Football Association Imdad Ali Football United (AUS) Anne Bunde-Birouste Formação - Centro de apoio de educação básica (BRA) Diane Sousa Pereira Formação - Centro de apoio de educação básica (BRA) Fabio Alessandro Souza Cabral Fundação Esportiva Edu. PRÓ Criança e Adolescente (BRA) Gerson Guimarães Fundação Esportiva Edu. PRÓ Criança e Adolescente (BRA) Ana Keller Alvares Fundação Itaú Social (BRA) Naercio Menezes Filho Fundação Itaú Social (BRA) Márcia Quintino Fundação Tide Setubal (BRA) Marcelo Ribeiro Silva Fundación de las Américas para el desarollo FUDELA (ECU) Veronica Escobar Fundación Defensores del Chaco (ARG) Matías Gabriel Luna Fundación Defensores del Chaco (ARG) Maximiliano Fabian Pelayes Fundación Estudio para un Hermano EDUCERE (CHI) Viviana Belén Cuevas Salazar Fundación Estudio para un Hermano EDUCERE (CHI) Alvaro Antonio Mora Urrutia Fundacion SIDOC (COL) Christine Armitage Fundacion SIDOC (COL) Alexander Rincon Fundación Tiempo de Juego (COL) Esteban Reyes Futebol Amador (BRA) Ander Johnson Martins De Souza George Malaika Foundation (COD) Sonya Shannon Girijuya (BDI) Aimable Barandagiye GIZ (German Development Cooperation) (GER) Karl Ahlers Grassroot Soccer Primrose Sethule Dube Grassroot Soccer Sikhumbuzo Mnculwane Grassroot Soccer Gcinitemba Colin Mondi Grupo Cre-Arte (ARG) Luis Alejandro Manuel Suero Guerreiras Project (BRA) Anna Elizabeth Fiastro Gurises Unidos (URU) Lucía María Avellanal Leal Host City Belo Horizonte Marcelo Ramos Bastos Host City Belo Horizonte Fernando Marcos Blaser Host City Belo Horizonte Mírian Cunha Araújo De Oliveira Host City Belo Horizonte Alex Fabiane Host City Belo Horizonte Marcus Anníbal Rego Ildefonso Host City Belo Horizonte Magi Mappa Host City Belo Horizonte Shirley Jacimar Pires Host City Belo Horizonte Célio Augusto Raydan Rocha Host City Belo Horizonte Luiz Henrique Vilani Host City Belo Horizonte Kátia Simone Zacché IADB (ARG) Heleno Barbosa Taves De Gouvea IDYDC (TAN) Lige James Masanja IDYDC (TAN) Johnnie Lonely Nkoma Independent José Evaristo Sobrinho Independent Alexandre Ferreira Independent Sarah Emily Forde
19 Organisation First Name Last Name Independent José João Narcizo Dias Independent Carlos Pereira Instituição do Homem Novo (BRA) Urbano Von Paumgartten Costa Instituto Bola Pra Frente (BRA) Jorge De Amorim Campos Instituto Bola Pra Frente (BRA) José Edmilson Gomes De Moraes Instituto Bola Pra Frente (BRA) Dayse Ribeiro Instituto Bola Pra Frente (BRA) Susana Santos Instituto Companheiros das Américas - ICA (BRA) Heloisa Andrade De Paula Instituto Companheiros das Américas - ICA (BRA) Aderlúcia Nascimento Instituto de Ações, Projetos e Pesquisas Sociais (BRA) Helio Alfinito Junior Instituto de Des., Educação e Cultura da Amazônia (BRA) Jhony Abreu Silva Instituto Fazer Acontecer - IFA (BRA) Renato Luiz Paes De Andrade Instituto Fazer Acontecer - IFA (BRA) Ruy Eduardo Pavan Ribeiro Instituto Kairós (BRA) Rosana Bianchini Instituto Lenon Joel pela Paz (BRA) Fernanda Deslusel Appelt Instituto Promundo (BRA) Márcio Segundo Monteiro International Youth Foundation (USA) Matthew Breman Itaú Júlia Vergueiro Johnson & Johnson Christiane Cralcev Kick4Life (LES) Stephen Fleming Kick4Life (LES) Curtis Gardner KICKFAIR (GER) Stefanie Biester lovelife (RSA) Motaung Tshidiso Godfrey Mifalot Hinuch v Hevra (ISR) Clive Lessem Moving the Goalposts (MTG) (KEN) Dorcas Amakobe Mundo Afro Rivera-Uruguay (URU) Adan Parreño Martinez MYSA (KEN) David Njihia Núcleo de Desenvolvimento Social (BRA) Pedro Luciano França Silva O.N.G Gente Viva - CHIGOL (CHI) Joseph Fraga OASIS South African Homeless Street Soccer Proj. (RSA) Clifford Martinus Oltalom Sport Association (HUN) András Rákos Oltalom Sport Association (HUN) Roland Zajkó One World Futbol Project (BRA) Mônica Panachão Ong Projeto Social Camisa 10 (BRA) Alvaro José Menegotto Organización Juvenil Recrearte (CRC) Fernando Jose Chamorro Gomez Organización Juvenil Recrearte (CRC) Didier Stieguer Urbina Ortiz OSCAR Foundation (IND) Ashok Rathod Pérolas Esporte Clube (BRA) Hudson Santos Play Soccer Nonprofit International Samuel Owusu Boaheng Play Soccer Nonprofit International Abdul Wahab Musah Programa Esporte Integral - PEI/UNISINOS (BRA) Augusto Dias Dotto Project GOAL Inc. (USA) Darius Shirzadi Project GOAL Inc. (USA) Peter Whealton Projeto Gol de Placa (BRA) Alexsandro Da Cunha Carvalho Projeto Karanba de Futebol (BRA) Michael Klem Projeto Karanba de Futebol (BRA) Ronny-Vegard Van Der Mey PróUnim (BRA) Paulo Ricardo Brustolin Da Silva PuntaGol (BRA) Nelson Gajardo Lepicheo Real Pompéia Esporte Clube Minas Gerais (BRA) Nathália Jordani RECREIO SOCIAL (BRA) Gustavo Moreira Da Macedonia Teixeira SARCS (RSA) Modjedi Ramaseia Kekana SARCS (RSA) Mkoshilo George Mamabolo Search and Groom Youth for Development Centre (NGA) Abayomi Kuku SEDYEA (BOT) Lesego Agnes Mogorosi SEPROJOVEN (CRC) Roy Arias Cruz SEPROJOVEN (CRC) Marco Vinicio Ballestero Rojas Single Leg Amputee Sport Club - SLASC (SLE) Albert Manley Mustapha Slum Soccer (IND) Abhijit Barse Soccer in the Streets (USA) Jill DeeAnne Scharmann Robbins Soccer Without Borders (USA) Benjamin Gucciardi Sociedade de Asistencia á Criança (BRA) Maria Helieuza David Alves Sony Hisayo Shimokawa Sony Asako Tomura Special Olympics Christian Guiralt Special Olympics Esther Kambala Special Olympics Tze Chong Koh Special Olympics Trevor O rourke Spirit of Soccer (CAM) Mike Geddes Sport Against Racism Ireland (SARI) (IRL) Peregrine Ogden Sport in Action (ZAM) Frankson Mushindu Starfinder Foundation (USA) Heidi Warren Street League (GBR) Simon James Lansley Street League (GBR) Brian Lennox streetfootballworld (GER) Julia Claire Mckeough Bishop streetfootballworld (GER) Vladimir Borkovic streetfootballworld (GER) Mirella Domenich streetfootballworld (GER) Katrin Elsemann streetfootballworld (GER) Alexandra Frink streetfootballworld (GER) Kristina Gawriljuk streetfootballworld (GER) Jürgen Harry Griesbeck streetfootballworld (GER) Lena Häusler streetfootballworld (GER) Lucy Mills Tackle Africa (GBR) Ioannis Ioannou (NED) Hubertus Rovers Terre des Hommes (BDI) Jérôme Combes Terre des Hommes (BDI) Jean-Luc Imhof The Climate Reality Project (USA) Robert Vámos The Peres Center for Peace (ISR) Tamar Hay Sagiv UNESCO (BRA) Fabio Eon UNESCO (BRA) Luciana Homrich UNOSDP (SUI) Wilfried Lemke Urece Esporte e Cultura para Cegos (BRA) Anderson Dias Da Fonseca Urece Esporte e Cultura para Cegos (BRA) Gabriel Mayr De Oliveira Silva Vijana Amani Pamoja (KEN) Enos Ndeche Agoi Vijana Amani Pamoja (KEN) Bonfas Kariuki Whizzkids United (RSA) Marcus Mcgilvray 19
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