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Contacts

Page history last edited by Keith Lyons 8 years, 9 months ago

 

Those involved in this project include:

 




 

UNHCR

 

Line Pedersen


Corporate Relations Officer  Sports Development Private Sector Fundraising Unit Division of External Relations
UNHCR

(Based in Chicago) 


Tel.:
1 312 618 7189


 

 Universities

 

Alexis Lyras

University of Louisville, USA. (Expertise: sport for peace and development.)

 

Anders Hasselgard

Norwegian School of Sports Science, Norway. (Expertise: sport, culture, and development cooperation.)

 

Andrew Kreutzer

Ohio University, USA. (Expertise: sport for development, sports administration.)

 

Ashleigh Huffman

University of Tennessee -Knoxville, USA. (Expertise: sport for peace, women in sports, sports and refugees.)

 

Dean Ravizza

Salisbury University, USA. (Expertise: sport for development and peace, psycho-social aspects of sport.)

 

Eli Wolff

Brown University, USA. (Expertise: sport in society.)

 

Gerard Akindes

Ohio University, USA. (Expertise: African studies, international development, sports administration.)

 

Jay Mafukidze

University of Trinidad and Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago. (Expertise: sport for development.)

 

Judy Fox

University of Denver, USA. (Expertise: International Disaster Psychology.)

 

Keith Lyons

University of Canberra, Australia. (Expertise: play, teaching physical education, coaching sport, sustainable communities, social media.)

 

Marion Keim Lees

University of Western Cape, South Africa. (Expertise: sport for development, social transformation and peace.)

 

Mark Ayogi

University of Denver, USA. (Expertise: sport and performance psychology.)

 

Michael Groll

Sporthochschule Koeln, Germany. ( Sport development and leisure.)

 

Sarah Hillyer

University of Tennessee -Knoxville, USA. (Expertise: sport for peace, women in sports, sports and refugees.) 

 

 

This is a link to a Google Maps visualisation of the Project network (updated by Amber December 2010).

 

 

 

 

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