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A programme evaluation of ‘Exploring Our Strengths and Our Future’: Making sport relevant to the educational, social, and emotional needs of youth

Meredith A. Whitley1, William V. Massey2, Kelly Farrell 1 1 Adelphi University, Department of Exercise Science, Health Studies, Physical Education, & Sport Management 2 Oregon State University, College of Public Health and Human Sciences Corresponding author email: mwhitley@adelphi.edu Citation: Whitley, M.A., Massey, W.V., Farrel, K. A programme evaluation of ‘Exploring Our Strengths and Our Future’: […]

A systematic overview of sport for development and peace organisations

Per G. Svensson1, Hilary Woods2 1 Louisiana State University, School of Kinesiology 2 Independent Scholar Corresponding author email: psvensson@lsu.edu Citation: Svensson, P.G., Woods, H. A systematic overview of sport for development and peace organisations. Journal of Sport for Development. 2017; 5(9): 36-48. Download article as PDF ABSTRACT The boundaries of Sport for Development and Peace […]

Rugby union driven migration as a means for sustainable livelihoods creation: A case study of iTaukei, indigenous Fijians

Rochelle R. Stewart-Withers1, Koli Sewabu2, Sam Richardson3 1 Massey University, School of People, Environment and Planning 2 Vunilagi Pasifika 3 Massey University, School of Economics and Finance Corresponding author email: r.r.stewart-withers@massey.ac.nz Citation: Stewart-Withers, R., Sewabu, K., Richardson, S. Rugby union driven migration as a means for sustainable livelihoods creation: A case study of iTaukei, indigenous […]

The social, cultural, and historical complexities that shape and constrain (gendered) space in an SDP organisation in Colombia

Sarah Oxford1 1Sport in Society Research Program, Institute of Sport, Exercise and Active Living, Victoria University Corresponding author email: Sarah.Oxford@live.vu.edu.au Citation: Oxford, S. The social, cultural, and historical complexities that shape and constrain (gendered) space in an SDP organisation in Colombia. Journal of Sport for Development. 2017; 6(10): 1-11. Download article as PDF ABSTRACT Recent […]

Volume 5, Issue 8 published

Publication of Volume 5, Issue 8 The Journal of Sport for Development (JSFD) is pleased to announce the publication of its eighth issue. Click here to download the full issue (PDF, 2.09 MB) JSFD’s mission is to examine, advance and disseminate evidence, best practices, and lessons learned from Sport for Development programmes and interventions. JSFD […]

Yielding healthy community with sport?

Stacy Warner1, Emily Sparvero2, Stephen Shapiro3, Arden Anderson4 1East Carolina University, Department of Kinesiology 2University of Texas, Department of Kinesiology and Health Education 3Old Dominion University, Department of Human Movement Sciences 4Texas A&M, Department of Health and Kinesiology Corresponding author email: warners@ecu.edu Citation: Warner, S., Sparvero, E., Shapiro, S., Anderson, A. Yielding healthy community with […]

Sport for development for Aboriginal youth in Canada: A scoping review

Kevin Gardam1, Audrey R. Giles2, Lyndsay M.C. Hayhurst3 1Department of Health Sciences, Lakehead University 2School of Human Kinetics, University of Ottawa 3School of Kinesiology and Health Science, York University Corresponding author email: agiles@uottowa.ca Citation: Gardam, K., Giles, A., Hayhurst, M.C. Sport for development for Aboriginal youth in Canada: A scoping review. Journal of Sport for […]

“Leadership and empowerment through sport”: The intentions, hopes, ambitions and reality of creating a sport-for-development organisation in Cape Town

David Meir1 1 University Center Blackburn College, School of Health, Science and Technology Corresponding author email: david.meir@blackburn.ac.uk Citation: Meir, D. “Leadership and empowerment through sport”: The intentions, hopes, ambitions and reality of creating a sport-fordevelopment organisation in Cape Town. Journal of Sport for Development. 2017;5(8):19-29. Download article as PDF ABSTRACT Leadership and Empowerment through Sport […]

‘They don’t see my disability anymore’ – The outcomes of sport for development programmes in the lives of people in the Pacific

Alexandra Devine1, Aleisha Carrol2, Sainimili Naivalu3, Senmilia Seru3, Sally Baker1, Belinda Bayak-Bush2,Kathryn James2, Lousie Larcombe1, Tarryn Brown2, Manjula Marella1 1Nossal Institute for Global Health, University of Melbourne 2CBM Australia 3Fiji Disabled People’s Association Corresponding author email: devinea@unimelb.edu.au Download article as PDF ABSTRACT In many settings, people with disabilities are marginalised from the socio-economic activities of […]

Beyond sport for development and peace: Transnational perspectives on theory, policy and practice (Book Review)

Review by Christina T. Kwauk1 Hayhurst, L.M.C., Kay, T., Chawansky, M. (eds). Beyond Sport for Development and Peace: Transnational Perspectives on Theory, Policy and Practice. Milton Park, Abingdon: Routledge; 2016, 244pp., £68 (hardback), ISBN 978-1-138-80667-2 1Georgetown University Corresponding author email: christina.kwauk@gmail.com Download article as PDF REVIEW At the dawn of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), […]