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
Posts in the Human Rights category
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
Tony Jones hosts Kevin Sheedy, Chris Bowen (MP), Prue Goward (Shadow Minister for Community Services), Scott Morrison (Shadow Minister for Immigration and Citizenship), Heath Ducker (Lawyer) and Samah Hadid (UN Youth Ambassador)
The discussion centres around policy and immigration, refugees, boat people, the economy and sport.
AFL Legend Kevin Sheedy spoke about the connection that people feel through Sport.
Here is a segment of his response:Read More
Watch SBS Report Online featuring grant recipient Duer Yoa, Youth Action Programme and Anne King, SWB Head of Community and International Development.Read More
The Human Rights are Aussie Rules Project is a schools-based education program teaching children about human rights through principles of fair play and good sportsmanshipRead More