The Danish NGO, CCPA conducts a youth festival in Babylon, not far from the devastating terror attack on a football tournament where 29 youths lost their lives in a meaningless terror attack.
CCPA in... [Read more]
Cross Cultures, together with it's Sarajevo branch office, organized a one day visit to the city of Maglaj, for the students of Helsingor gymnasium, as a part of their study trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina.... [Read more]
This February, the first instructor seminar was kicked off in Monastir. At the seminar, 20 youths from all over Tunisia; who later on were tested on their organizational and technical capabilities in... [Read more]
The Iraqi Youth Network has established 25 social associations, 32 associations within the refugee camps and 59 sports associations in form of athletic clubs. The associations were sponsored by the Danish... [Read more]
In the third seminar held for the Iraqi Youth Network, the guest of honor was Henning Kurland, who lectured in strategic planning for 10 board members and 12 coordinators from the Iraqi Youth Network in... [Read more]
Ukrainian OFFS workshop was held from August 19 until August 21 in the City of Illichivsk under the authority of the FFU for regional football federations' staff (representatives) who are responsible for... [Read more]
In mid-September, the new season of the national project "Open Fun Football Schools" will start in Ukraine. It will include games, lessons, contests and different forms of events under the principle... [Read more]
HUB24 is a YOUTH program that invites young people to participate in 'The Future Sports Leadership Education' - an action><learning process with the purpose to teach how to
Source: UEFA Training Ground 2011
Cross Cultures is a non profit project association that has specialized in using grassroots sport - and in particular the Open Fun Football School program - as tool to
Cross Cultures is firmly convinced that JOYFUL GAMES is the best learning tool for stimulating social changes and a unique tool for facilitating bridging and bonding - communication and collaboration - between children and adults living in divided communities.
Correspondingly Cross Cultures is building our activities on our specific "fun-football-concept" that are caracterized by keywords like "dialogue", "fun games", "creativity", "child centred pedagogic", "bottom-up", "equality", "fellowship" and "voluntarism".
Sport + School + Police (SSP) is a programme that is using the community platform of Open Fun Football Schools as a mechanism to develop a governance structure in local communities where key personnel from the sport sector, school sector, social sector and police sector cooperate on juvenile crime prevention.
Open Fun Football Schools is a program that are using community-based sport and our specific pedagogical 'fun-football-concept' as tool to stimulate friendship and cooperation between children and adults that are living in communities affected by war and conflicts.
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Things Talk is a worldwide climate change educational program for children between 10-12 years old.
School classes throughout the world are invited to work with the subject of climate change for one to two weeks.