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to over 2,500 organisations using sport for social change

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David Beckham

speaks at the Beyond Sport Summit 2012 in London

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Tracey Crouch MP

speaks at Beyond the Field of Play, in association with Mishcon de Reya 2015

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Beyond Sport United 2017

Panel on the Future of Sport for Social Change

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PeacePlayers International

Winner of the Sport for Conflict Resolution Award 2016

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Community in Action

Sport and STEM Session led by 4th Family during Beyond Sport United 2017

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The global force

for sustainable social change through sport

Events

Bringing together the best sport-led social innovators with influential, global leaders to address sports' role in driving positive social change

  • Beyond Innovation 2017

  • BEYOND SPORT UNITED 2017

  • Beyond Sport Global Awards 2017

  • Beyond Rugby 2017

  • Social Movements, Activism and Advocacy

  • 26 - 27 July

    2017
    New York

    Beyond Sport United 2017

CONVENE

Spirit of Soccer

Using the power of the world's most popular game to educate children about the dangers of landmines and explosive remnants of war

Awards

Celebrating and funding organizations using sport to achieve positive outcomes around the Global Goals

  • BEYOND SPORT GLOBAL AWARDS

    The Winners of the 2017 Beyond Sport Global Awards were announced on 26 July during a ceremony at One World Observatory, NYC.

  • 2425
    Entries

    148 Countries

  • 2017 WINNERS ANNOUNCED

  • Meet our Ambassadors

CELEBRATE

The Beyond Sport Young Ambassadors

In cities where we've held events, we've selected outstanding young individuals who have become leaders through sport.

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Profiling and celebrating the world’s most inspirational organizations using sport to address social issues from around the globe

  • UEFA WOMEN’S EURO FANS GET ACTIVE TO MAKE A HEALTHY HEART THEIR GOAL

    Fans and staff travelling to UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 fixtures in the Netherlands have boosted their heart health, and significantly reduced their carbon footprint, by walking and cycling nearly 2,000 km to host stadia.

  • SOUTH AFRICAN SPORTS STARS DO THEIR BIT FOR MANDELA DAY

    From packing food parcels to handing out blankets, sports stars from across the South African sporting spectrum did their bit for Mandela Day.

  • AUCKLAND HOSTS WORLD’S FIRST BLIND RUGBY INTERNATIONAL

    In a world first, the Blind Lions - a team of blind and visually impaired players from the UK - headed to Auckland on Sunday 2nd July to play a three match series against their New Zealand counterparts.

  • LONDON 2017 ANNOUNCE RIGHT TO PLAY AS CHARITY PARTNER

    As the athletics world descends on London, five years after the Olympics, the organising committee announced Right To Play as the official charity partner.

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