Building work underway for new football pitch and hostel in Hpa-An to develop important sport-for-social-change programs
The UNSW-led Football United sport for social change program is expanding throughout Myanmar's universities, building the capacity of young people and communities.
UNSW’s Football United is using the World Game to help heal social wounds in Myanmar, which is slowly recovering from six decades of conflict.
UNSW will support the Sky Blues campaign against the top football teams in Asia as Sydney FC's major partner in the 2016 AFC Champions League.
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.
The School of Public Health and Community Medicine's Football United program officer talks about growing up under an oppressive military regime and why he traded medicine for a career in public health.
UNSW's Football United will play a key role in Australia’s delegation to the Pacific Youth and Sports Conference.
Manchester United stars have held a football coaching clinic with young refugees who are part of UNSW’s Football United.
A UNSW-led soccer initiative designed to improve social cohesion for young refugees, is now part of an after-school care program.
Director Phillip Noyce has joined with Football United and the Telstra Foundation to help train disadvantaged young footballers in digital film making.