Sporting Equals partner charity Football for Peace Global has gained traction right around the globe since its launch in 2013, with many world-renowned people getting on board including support from HRH Duke of Cambridge – Prince William, His Highness Prince Ali of Jordan, Pope Francis, The United Nations, His Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco and The Football icon Pele.
One of Football for Peace's supporters, Pele is coming to the UK - Football for Peace have the pleasure to bring you a night of Brazilian flare and ambiance. Meet Pele, listen to his stories, share his astounding history. This truly is the chance of a lifetime for every football supporters dream.
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Football for Peace is a diplomatic sports movement dedicated to inspiring people-to-people diplomacy and understanding within marginalised communities both locally and internationally.
Founded in 2013 by International Footballer Kashif Siddiqi, Sporting Equals ambassador who was inspired by his mothers journey from Africa to the UK and the work of FIFA & Chilean Legend Elias Figueroa.
FfP Global is concerned in advocating and aiding individuals in culturally complex areas where dialogue has broken down. These being just a few of the underlying reasons that FfP Global created the 'Football for Peace Process', which is inclusive of Peace Matches, Legacy projects known as 'City for Peace' and Sports Diplomacy Toolkits influencing social change.
Contact – firstname.lastname@example.org for more on the event.
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