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Mixture of various photographs of everything SSCN
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT -Speaker 1: Simone Digenaro, University of Cassino and southern Lazio, Italy, Allan Williams Hub Coordinator SSCN Southern Africa, Moderator: Elizabeth Paoliello-President of ISCA Latin America, Brazil.Marco Antonio Olivatto - ACM, Brazil, Karen Keohane - Girls Sports Programme, UK
Move 2012 is a programme of The International Sport and Cultural Association (ISACA). ISCA is a global platform open to organizations working within the field of sport for all, recreational sports and physical activity. Created in 1995, ISCA is today a global actor closely cooperating with its 130 member organizations, international NGOs, and public and private sector stakeholders.
SSCN becomes independant!
From Left to Right - Dan Mavuso of Swaziland National Sports Council, Liana Laubscher of Altus Sport, Lombe Mwamba of NOWSPAR in Zambia, Nokuthula Zwane of Nike SA, Betty Lallie of SCORE, Marcus McGilvray of WHIZZKIDS and Thulani Mahlangu of GIZ.
Afrika Tikkun – Award received by Thomas Taole Sports Manager
Kick4life Lesotho – Award received by Curtis Gardner presented by Ncazelo Mlilo – Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund Senior Program Manager.The New Chairperson of the Sscn Board & Sureshnie Ryder who was the program director for the dinner event.
Seven Countries, 34 Member organizations over three days, the Sport for Social Change Network (SSCN) Southern Africa convened a historic gathering with its members and partners to pave its way forward as player to be reckoned with in the Sport for Change sector.