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A number of sports governing bodies in Scotland feel there is “too much focus” on equality, with senior staff and board members struggling to understand ... More
Major sports events, such as the Olympic Games, should be targeted by the media and used as a catalyst to highlight human rights abuses in ... More
An initiative encouraging people from black and ethnic minorities to take up cricket in England is to be funded by the Equality and Human Rights ... More
Saudi Arabian football club Al-Hilal and UNESCO have joined forces to promote social inclusion through sports in conflict zones. UNESCO director general, Irina Bokova and ... More
Sunday will see the launch of a pilot education programme from the International Paralympic Committee. Proud Paralympian will be introduced at the IPC Powerlifting World ... More
The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar will take place in November and December – despite fierce opposition to the timing from major European football ... More
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UNESCO’s director general, Irina Bokova, has called for the creation of “protected cultural zones” around heritage sites in both Syria and Iraq. Speaking at an ... More
South Africa’s tourism body has launched a new Gandhi-inspired tourism drive, highlighting 13 attractions that enable tourists to “walk in Gandhi’s footsteps and experience the ... More
Zaha Hadid Architects has revealed plans for a new museum, school, library and centre for the research of genocide in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The project ... More
America’s Alcatraz - one of the world’s most notorious prisons and now a top tourist attraction - is to play host to an art and ... More
Dr David Doyle, the St Kitts and Nevis ambassador to UNESCO, has said that more needs to be done in terms of training young people ... More
A strong reputation and the ability to scale up as required in the future were cited as the main reasons for Gateway Ticketing Systems’ contract ... More
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An infamous prison in South Africa has been converted into an interactive museum, highlighting the abuse of human rights in South Africa during colonial rule ... More
The Heydar Aliyev Centre in Baku, Azerbaijan, has been crowned Design of the Year 2014 by London’s Design Museum, making architect Zaha Hadid the first ... More
The sixth World Conference on Women and Sport has kicked off in Helsinki, Finland. Organised by the International Working Group on Women and Sport (IWG), ... More
The CA$351m (US$322.5m, €231.8m, £190m) Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) is preparing to open its doors on 20 September. The exterior of the Antoine ... More
This year’s Winter Olympics in Sochi is likely to be the most expensive Olympic Games to date, with its Russian organisers thought to have spent ... More
Financing to fund the first phase of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta, Georgia, US, has been secured, with construction to ... More
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A Holocaust and human rights museum has opened opposite the Dossin Barracks in Antwerp, Belgium - a site which served as a transit camp for ... More
Governments and businesses in the travel industry need to spend more on developing youth travel to benefit from its potential according to the World Youth ... More
New figures published by STR Global have shown a "strong rebound" in Bahrain's hotel industry, despite local unrest that overshadowed last month's Formula One Grand ... More
A number of artists have signed a letter that criticises BP's continued sponsorship of Tate Britain following the recent oil spill in the Gulf of ... More
Registrations are now open for the 2010 International Working Group on Women and Sport (IWG) World Conference, which will take place between 20 and 23 ... More
Israeli newspaper Ha'aretz has reported that award-winning architect Frank Gehry is withdrawing from the Museum of Tolerance and Human Dignity project in Jerusalem. The scheme ... More
The Jimmy Carter Library and Museum in Atlanta, Georgia, US, will reopen today following a US$10m (£6.3m, €6.8m) redevelopment of the attraction. The museum charts ... More
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