Sport & Peace Research Team


Sport & Peace Research Team

Research team for Sports and Peacebuilding: Dr. Sarah Hillyer, with MA Candidates Amanda Munroe, Sarah Moran and Meeghan Zahorsky of Georgetown University

Location: Washington, DC
Members: 12
Latest Activity: Jun 3, 2014

Discussion Forum

How is success defined and measured by international sports and peace programs that empower youth?

Started by AnnMarie Fitzhenry Jun 3, 2014. 0 Replies

Hello everyone!My name is AnnMarie, and I am a new member. I recently graduated with an M.A. in Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation from the School of International Training (SIT) Graduate…Continue

Tags: Empowerment, Conflict, Transformation, M&E, Youth

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Comment by Gabriel C. Sánchez on July 22, 2013 at 10:24pm

Hi, I'm Gabriel Sánchez from Argentina. I'm really interested in this group because I strongly think that sports can be a different (and a good) way to reach peace!

Comment by Lorena Erazo Rosales on June 25, 2013 at 3:41pm

El deporte es el mejor camino para la inclusión social. Con el deporte podemos lograr la paz

Comment by Shinya Takeda on July 26, 2011 at 5:24am

Hello! my name is Shinya Takeda from Japan. 


I do research on how street sports can actualize community peace and democracy in our society. 

This is the activity I have been working.

Street basketball movement


and this is my thesis that explains why street sports actualize peace.

Ki of Street Artists: Social Peace Movement


I am looking forward to learning from you as well!

Comment by Mohamed Ali Baba on May 24, 2011 at 11:51am

Sport is the best tool for spreading Peace where every participant in sport activity adopts sportmanship, respect and neutrality


In Iraq, our organization Development Without Borders has implemented different activities related to peace building including using sport and art  tools

Please see the photos of our activities on FB page:


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