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Home game : a ball can change the world : the official story of the Homeless World Cup
Home game : a ball can change the world : the official story of the Homeless World Cup
Young, Mel2017
Articles
Mel Young and Peter Barr tell the story of the million homeless people in 70 countries who have taken part in the Homeless World Cup since it was founded in 2003 and the positive impact it has on the players and everyone else involved, including spectators. From refugees to drug addicts, orphans and the poorest of the poor, to homeless people from the world's richest countries, we read about the moving human drama behind the event and find out how a ball can change the world. 'Home Game' provides an insight into the birth of the Homeless World Cup and how it has become such a global phenomenon, by looking at more than just facts. It shows how the power of sport can help excluded people transform their own lives and how the event has transformed attitudes to homelessness.
Author:
Young, Mel, authorBarr, Peter, author
Imprint:
Edinburgh : Luath Press Limited, 2017.
Collation:
239 pages : illustrations (colour) ; 24 cm
ISBN:
9781912147199 (hbk)
Dewey class:
796.33466
Language:
English
BRN:
2637222
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