Kids and football are the unique partnership that is creating unity, friendship, and a love for Sport in this Kosovo town.
While a bridge continues to be a dividing wall between Serbians and Albanians in this town in the north of Kosovo, Kids for Peace clubs from both sides of the bridge are a leading example of unity and friendship as they celebrated the International Day of Peace side by side. Two clubs play against each other in a One Goal for Peace football game.
All photos: ©2011 Bardha Prendi/World Vision
May is the month of action for Sport for Development by One Goal and partners. Join us all month long by following our weekly themes, engaging in important conversation online, participating in sport and advocating for sports access, organization of grassroots sporting activities, and child health for all.
Follow One Goal on Facebook.com/OneGoal and @OneGoalMovement on Twitter from 1-31 May for stories, photo, video and opportunities to make a difference for the next generation through Sport.
Read more posts from the month of action for Sport for Development from One Goal:
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- 4 ways football is championing local change in Japan
- Football inspires gender equality and healthy living
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- 6 girls in the game
- When girls play, everyone wins!
- The power of football:Life after fleeing Syria
- Why investing in Sport pays off
- Football gets boys and girls in the game in Nepal
- 3 programmes changing the game for kids
- Sport for Development in 5 videos
- How much do you know about Sport for Development? 7 tips
- Kicking off a month of action for Sport for Development