Tarik brings five years of business relationship and two years of community sport experience to Sports Without Borders.Read More
Posts in the leadership category
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
The young people of the Carlton area distinguished themselves on Wednesday 28th March, 2011. How? A group of young people from the many newly-arrived cultures of Carlton organized and perhaps established the Carlton Community Sports Carnival held at Melbourne University as a yearly event.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
Video Features: Ron Murray, didgeridoo soloist who opened the conference and James Demetriou, Chair of Sports Without Borders.Read More
Sports Without Borders delivered the first in its Leadership programs at Dandenong High School on Friday 2nd September.
The Centre For Multicultural Youth (CMY) ran the first day of the Sports Without Border’s Young Leadership Program with students from Dandenong High School and Cranbourne Secondary College. The thirty students, from various cultural backgrounds, were selected by the schools, City of Greater Dandenong and the City of Casey on the basis of their leadership skills both at school and in the community.