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16 Nov 2016 description
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Tyre, November 17, 2016 - 2,500 Lebanese, Syrian and Palestinian children have in past months attended football trainings and life skills education across Lebanon, with the aim of building bridges across communities. This month, the most successful Dutch football player of all times – Johan Neeskens – joins forces with UNICEF, War Child, Right to Play and the Royal Netherlands Football Association, to train the childrens’ youth leaders.

01 Sep 2006 description
report Right To Play

Netherlands, September 1, 2006 - For two weeks, hours of interviews of Right To Play coaches and child participants in Uganda, along with Dutch Athlete Amassadors and Right To Play partners and enthusiasts could be seen and heard broadcasting to over 365, 000 people a day in the Netherlands.

Inspired by Right To Play's mission, RTV Rijnmond, the biggest Dutch radio and television channel in Holland committed to promoting Right To Play on their radio and television networks in order to raised 100 000 euros for Right To Play.

The promotion features exerps from their visit to Right …

29 Nov 2005 description
report Right To Play

Right To Play Celebrates Five Years of using the Transformative Power of Sport and Play for Development, Health and Peace

25 Sep 2005 description
report Right To Play

This year's contribution from the Crown Prince Couple's Humanitarian Fund is going to Right To Play's sport and health project in Uganda. His Royal Highness Crown Prince Haakon presented the grant to president and CEO of Right To Play, Johann Olav Koss, in Trondheim, Norway on August 25, 2005.

08 Oct 2003 description
report Right To Play

Johann Koss, President and CEO of Right To Play signed a Memorandum of Understanding with UNRWA today in Jericho. This marks the first time that Right To Play will bring its signature programs for children to Israel and in Palestine.

08 Oct 2003 description
report Right To Play

Johann Koss, President and CEO of Right To Play signed a Memorandum of Understanding with UNRWA today in Jericho. This marks the first time that Right To Play will bring its signature programs for children to Israel and in Palestine.