Anne Bunde-Birouste


UNSW Sydney in collaboration with Football United, Creating Chances, and Afghan-Australian Community and Settlement Support hosted a unique three-day leadership program for Afghan female emerging leaders. 


Building work underway for new football pitch and hostel in Hpa-An to develop important sport-for-social-change programs


UNSW refugee advocate Anne Bunde-Birouste, emergency medicine mentor Gordian Fulde, and JD student Laura O'Reilly have been named as state finalists for Australian of the Year awards.

Football united inside

Director Phillip Noyce has joined with Football United and the Telstra Foundation to help train disadvantaged young footballers in digital film making.

Telstra Foundation and film director Phillip Noyce join forces with Football United to train young refugee footballers in digital film making

Teresa inside

It's been a long journey, but 17-year-old Sudanese refugee Teresa Yuol is kicking off her university career as UNSW's first Football united scholar.

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Work to combat violence against women and a grassroots soccer program championing racial harmony for refugee youth have won UNSW researchers two major human rights awards.

More than a hundred teenage refugee footballers will converge on an eastern Sydney soccer field tomorrow (Tuesday, 8 December) to learn who will be part of Australia's other team heading to the 2010 World Cup.

Soccer web

Thirty refugee boys were given a special treat this week, with some of Australia's soccer stars giving them tips on how to make it in the world's biggest game.

Thirty refugee boys will be given a special treat on Wednesday, (10 January) when some of Australia's soccer stars take to the field to offer tips on how to make it in the world's biggest game.