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Local roots help sports grow in developing world

Local roots help sports grow in developing world

Sport is a favourite tool in international development policy circles, but Brunel research suggests developing countries will find most success by starting at a local level. The Brunel team, led by Professor Tess Kay, has demonstrated that sports organisation models in the developed world are therefore unlikely to be appropriate. Instead, sport projects have the best chance of achieving their development aims if they follow well-established principles for participatory, collaborative... read more

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