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Belfast Interface Games Flagship

After the three days of Camp, the four sides of Belfast come together for a city-wide tournament.   This event allows the integrated teams from east, north, south and west to all come together, apply their new found skills in the three sports and compete against each other.  It’s a great way to celebrate all the

Belfast Interface Games

The Belfast Interface Games (BIG), which follows the Game of Three Halves Model, brings children and young people from different backgrounds together to explore culture and identity through participating in three sports from Northern Ireland’s rich sporting heritage; football, rugby and gaelic football.  The young people play on integrated teams and rotate through coaching stations,

Belfast Interface Games

The Belfast Interface Games (BIG), which follows the Game of Three Halves Model, brings children and young people from different backgrounds together to explore culture and identity through participating in three sports from Northern Ireland’s rich sporting heritage; football, rugby and gaelic football.  The young people play on integrated teams and rotate through coaching stations,

Belfast Interface Games

The Belfast Interface Games (BIG), which follows the Game of Three Halves Model, brings children and young people from different backgrounds together to explore culture and identity through participating in three sports from Northern Ireland’s rich sporting heritage; football, rugby and gaelic football.  The young people play on integrated teams and rotate through coaching stations,

What are B.I.G. Camps?

This week’s blog is written by PPI-NI international fellow, Leif Frymire. Whether you’re from Northern Ireland, the U.S. of A., or any of our other international sites; there’s one thing you come to understand about the PeacePlayers – Northern Ireland site, we love our acronyms here!  There’s C4P, CDP, BIL, BIL+, BDP, and BIG.  While … Continue reading What are B.I.G. Camps?

#WeLIV4Peace

Today marks an important day for the history of South Africa and New Zealand. For the first time in international rugby history, the South Africa Springboks and the New Zealand All Blacks rugby teams came together outside the rugby field with one goal: to show that rival teams can come together to show the world … Continue reading #WeLIV4Peace

Women in Sports – Weekly Update

In September, Development and Communications Intern Ruth Logan wrote on the importance of strong female athletes. As a follow up, Ruth is reporting on women’s sports.  Because athletes deserve equal coverage.  Volleyball – On Saturday, December 21 the University of Nebraska Huskers won the 2015 NCAA Division I Volleyball Championship against the University of Texas … Continue reading Women in Sports – Weekly Update