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Child exploitation awareness campaign calls for concrete action around Mega Sporting Events

Child rights must become a central component of future event planning, according to the Chief Executive of a global campaign which uses Mega Sporting Events to raise awareness of child abuse and exploitation.   The ‘It’s a Penalty’ campaign was…

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Taking ‘collective action’ on human rights and MSE – Interview with IHRB CEO John Morrison (Part 2)

Terre des Hommes will attend the ‘Sporting Chance Forum’ in Geneva this week, when around 150 representatives from governments, sports governing bodies, UN agencies, NGOs and trade unions, sponsors and broadcasters will gather to focus on the issue of human…

29/11/2017 / , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Liz Twyford : UNICEF and Glasgow 2014

Liz Twyford is a Sports Programmes Specialist at UNICEF UK, she was involved in the partnership between UNICEF UK and the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. The partnership was called “Put Children First” and its ambition was to improve the lives of children…

09/04/2015 / ,

Daniel Rhind : Sport, Children’s Rights and Violence Prevention

Dr Daniel Rhind is a senior Lecturer in Social Psychology at the Brunel University London. He has led a research called Sport, Children’s Rights and Violence Prevention: A Sourcebook on Global Issues and local Programmes. In this video he outlined the fact that the negative…

13/03/2015 / ,

Lucy Amis : Risks of the World Cup 2014 on children

Lucy Amis is a research fellow at the Institute for Human Rights and Business. She conducted a study in Brazil on the impact of the FIFA World Cup 2014™ on the population. This study was carried out together with 50 stakeholders from…

18/02/2015 / , ,

Thomas Carter : Child Labour and Mega Sporting Events

Thomas Carter is an anthropologist and a professor at the University of Brighton. He continues to conduct research on the embodied power relations and politics as well as sport-related labor migration. In this video, we asked him two questions related…

26/01/2015 / , ,

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