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With a recent grant from UEFA Foundation for Children, iACT is thrilled to announce that this year we will expand Little Ripples and the Refugees United Soccer Academy to four new camps in Chad!
Connecting Communities through the Love of the Game: Refugees United Soccer Academy and Thunder Shots Collaboration
As the world’s leading and most popular sport, soccer can play a significant role in bringing people from all walks of life together. From the Champions League to recreational youth leagues on dirt and grass pitches in every corner of the world, countless people come...
“This is not history. Genocide is happening now,”
iACT because… “I firmly believe that to genuinely have a positive, long-lasting effect on the refugee communities we work with, we must move with intention and purpose and center their wants and needs every step of the way.”
iACT because “I believe I have a lot to learn about and create change”.
Volunteer trips are inherently problematic: Understanding how voluntourism encourages a complacency towards white savior attitudes
…before embarking on a volunteer trip, it is important to acknowledge the flawed aspects of the voluntourism industry.
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iACT is currently seeking an Illustrator to assist with illustrating, digitizing and constructing a children’s book for the Little Ripples and Global Citizens Early Childhood Education Programs.
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