The CEO of Gilling Lead, Poul Gilling was the management consultant of a CCPA workshop for the members of the Iraqi Youth Network (IYN) in Sulaymaniyah, KRG, Iraq. He has a past as a footballer in the... [Read more]
The Iraqi Youth Network (IYN) and their "daughter" associations the Cross Muslim-Christian Association (CMCA) and the Iraqi Folklore Association (IFA), have in cooperation created the Dar Al-Salam... [Read more]
The Association of Actors created by the Iraqi Youth Network (IYN) finished and performed their first piece on Iraqi identity for kids, a comedy that will go on tour at schools in the southern region of... [Read more]
The first civic jobcentre has seen a lot of success since its establishment on January 2015; the jobcentre located in the Barika Refugee Camp has created many jobs for the Syrian youths, whom fled to Iraq... [Read more]
The office of Baghdad in the Iraqi Youth Network, have introduced a new association: A Mothers Heart Association, an association consisting of widows with a heart big enough to include orphans into their... [Read more]
The office was closed in early January 2014, after the arrival of ISIS in the province of Al-Anbar, more than a million fled the areas, where the vast majority fled to Baghdad into government controlled... [Read more]
Two associations affiliated the Iraqi Youth Network; the Hairdressers Union and the Sports Association for the intellectually disabled made two activities in Slemani and gained media attention from the... [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
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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.
The School program targets pupils from 5-18 years old with the purpose to promote football and encourage Learning Insights and life lessons about Relationships and Healthy Lifestyle.
The program offers:
Pre- and after-School curriculum
Physical Education Classes
Tournaments - external & internal
School festivals & Leagues
Friendly tours - International and Domestic
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.