My introduction to Right To Play actually started with a pickup game of football . It was on a brightly lit turf field about 20 minutes away from where I lived in north Amman, that I met Zied Adarbeh. 1,384 more words
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WINNIPEG – A baseball tournament held in Headingley has brought together 100 children from 15 First Nation communities in Manitoba, Ontario and British Columbia.
The two-day event focuses on baseball but includes a number of other play-based activities. 80 more words
“This year has been a very difficult one for our organization.The first challenge was to continue our activities through the ongoing political crisis: children have been the victims of physical and psychological violences since February 2015. 399 more words
Today I just wanted to share a video that I thought we should all take the time to look at.
Yes, this blog is about our Burundian children, but in fact it is about all children and all people going through hard times and in need of a hand that reaches out, an ear that listens, a shoulder that relieves from pain. 118 more words
This UN report is an indictment of a government that doesn't care - but also an opportunity for play advocates
The UN’s latest report on the UK government’s record on children’s rights includes some stringent conclusions about the abandonment of play policy. If play advocates can seize the moment, suggests Adrian Voce, it also provides the basis for a persuasive influencing campaign to restore children’s right to play as a national priority. 1,135 more words
Celebrating TWO YEARS since we launched Outdoor People I was interviewed a couple of weeks ago for the local paper… 655 more words