Tarik brings five years of business relationship and two years of community sport experience to Sports Without Borders.Read More
Posts in the Australian Multicultural Foundation category
Written by Katie Smith from Reporter’s Academy (a media production company run by young people).
Sporting organisations around Australia are currently facing a number of challenges, from falling participation numbers in some grassroots sport, to the wide use of performing enhancing drugs at an elite and community sport level. Add to that the declining numbers of volunteers and there is a big job ahead of sporting organisations to remain relevant and be socially inclusive.Read More
SEASONS GREETINGS 2012
2012 has been a big but successful year for Sports Without Borders. We have continued facilitating important programs in the community and deepened our engagement and consultation with communities across Victoria. Our focus has remained the same – innovation, engagement and leadership.
We’d like to take this opportunity to say a very big thank you to everyone who has supported Sports Without Borders over 2012. Pease enjoy these highlights from the year.Read More
Media Release - November 19, 2012.
Young Leaders bring Futsal tournament to Melbourne University
What: Carlton Community Sports Carnival
When: 2 – 6pm, November 24, 2012
Where: Melbourne University Sport, Tin Alley, Parkville
Contact: Tom Demetriou, firstname.lastname@example.org, 0400002953
Carlton Community Sports Carnival is back! The young leaders of Carlton, with the support of Sports Without Borders, City of Melbourne, University of Melbourne, Melbourne University Sport and Drummond St Services, are proud to present the second Carlton Community Sports Carnival.Read More
Linkages and partnerships are the lifeblood of any sporting organisation in Australia, at all levels of the organisation and sport, and administrators need advice on how to link, market and get grants to support their work. The 2012 Sports Without Borders Our Community National Sports Conference aimed to address this need and support sporting organisation by providing insights, case studies, opportunities and connections through great speakers and hands-on workshops.Read More
Australians love our sports; the thrill of competition, the warm glow of fellowship and the joys that come with being part of a team drive this passion. But not everybody gets a fair go in Australian sports today.Read More
I warmly invite you to attend the second annual “Sports Without Borders” Our Community National Conference, to be held in Melbourne on Friday 15 June 2012.Read More
The year 2011 bought challenges, opportunities and ultimately success for Sports Without Borders. SWB continued programs like the grants program and Youth Action while adding leadership programs for newly arrived communities and the Social Inclusion Through Sports (SITS) program. (Online Version with pics).Read More
Participation and Inclusion
The first Sports Without Borders National Sports Conference on 27 June, 2011, truly crossed all borders and left those in attendance undoubtedly more inspired and informed about community sport and the need to address issues around inclusion.
Photos available on Facebook
PLEASE NOTE: There will be a post-conference press release available tomorrow as well as extra information from the panelists. Speeches from panelists will be made available through Our Comunity. More information available in tomorrow's press release.
Read yesterdays press release
See ABC News item on our You Tube channel
A worthwhile program aimed at helping migrant youth and newly arrived refugees get into sports at a local level is one step closer to a reality in the City of Monash.
Monash City Council has today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the not-for-profit organisation Sports Without Borders, who have partnered with the Australian Multicultural Foundation, and the Pinewood Community Bank.Read More
Sports Without Borders was the guest of honour at the 1, 400 strong Cultural Diversity Week's Premiers dinner. Guests were treated to a lavish dinner, entertainment and a special SWB video presentation.
With the Australian festive season upon us Sports Without Borders (SWB) moves into its fifth year of operation and together with our sponsors, partners, staff and most importantly the thousands of children that we have collectively helped I wish to share with you some of the momentous achievements.Read More