Tuesday 21. August, 2018

GAME aktiverer børn og unge med psykosociale udfordringer

GAME har med støtte fra VELUX FONDEN og Sundhedsstyrelsen igangsat metodeudviklingsprojektet ’Fællesskab på Asfalten’. Projektet skræddersyr gadeidrætsforløb til børn og …

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Wednesday 21. March, 2018

56 young people join the Playmaker Program in Somaliland

The first camp, intended to educate Somaliland’s youth to run trainings in their local area, has been held this February! …

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Thursday 15. March, 2018

Chairman’s report 2017

Anders Monrad Rendtorff, Chairman Seen from my chair, the past year in GAME has brought nothing less than an international …

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Thursday 31. August, 2017

Street sports to give Somaliland’s youth new opportunities

Young people in Somaliland now have a unique opportunity to use street sports as a tool to create positive social …

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Wednesday 30. August, 2017

Street sports to help refugee children in Lebanon

With the new program Lebanon Street Sports Relief (LSSR) targeted refugee children and youth, GAME will for the first time …

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Tuesday 4. April, 2017

Rufus Gifford joins GAME’s International Advisory Board

It is an international capacity, who is now entering GAME’s newly established advisory board. Former US Ambassador to Denmark and …

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Tuesday 7. February, 2017

A place for the youth in Beirut

Imagine a place where Beirut’s diverse youth can meet to play street sports, socialize, and get their first experience as …

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Monday 21. November, 2016

Street sport ideas for 33,7 million kroner

In one and a half year, the National Platform for Street Sport distributed just over 6,8 million kroner to skateboard …

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Wednesday 2. November, 2016

GAME PLAYMAKER CAMP – COMMUNITY AND EDUCATION

In the weekend October the 8.-9. GAME Playmakers joined for two days of education, teamwork, networking and fellowships. When GAME, …

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Monday 17. October, 2016

GAME Playmaker Exchange 2016

”I met a small kid who reminded me of one of the children from my own GAME-zone back in Denmark, …