July 28, 2016
“Dedicated to the women who have been doing it anyway, for centuries without appreciation, without support, often in very difficult conditions” The recent Da Da Ding ad from Nike was an inspiring message to break gender-related stereotypes. Showing female athletes training for their respective sports, taking on the world it is
It’s easy to take for granted the idea of what a childhood should be, but for children living in slum communities life is very different. Having worked in Ambedkar Nagar slum for 10 years, we have personally seen the difficulties young children are faced with on daily basis. Living in
July 12, 2016
The OSCAR Foundation has been invited by four Preparatory schools in the United Kingdom to take part in a fully funded, 10 day football and education tour. The event will be largely held in Gloucestershire and hosted by Beaudesert Park School, with Cheltenham Junior School, Aldro and Hall Grove supporting. The Cheltenham Ladies’ College
“Coming from a small village never stopped me; every time I won a medal I kept getting stronger and more confident to take on the world. When I was growing up my father said to me, ‘To be the best, always remember the three D’s – Discipline, Dedication and Determination.
June 9, 2016
StreetFootballWorld Festival 16 has invited a team of three inspirational young leaders from OSCAR to participate and engage with other youths from around the world this summer. This is a global celebration of the power of football for good and will bring together 80 delegations of disadvantaged young people who have earned their place through commitment to using football to