Case Studies

GOGIRLS! Floorball

International Floorball Federation

GoGirls! Floorball is the IFF project aimed at helping to increase and promote the participation of girls and women in floorball throughout the world.

he IFF aims to provide guidance on the different challenges faced by girls in obtaining access to participation in sport, and to help break down those barriers within the international floorball family.

The key factors for the project are :

  • Getting girls to play
  • Teaching girls to play
  • Keeping girls playing

The IFF, in conjunction with several of our Member Associations, has produced materials that can be used by individuals, clubs, local organisations or National Associations to help develop their girl's floorball programmes. In this section you can find a more detailed description as well as links to material for anyone to access.

Gender EqualityReduced Inequalities
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The Champ Camp

The Champ Camp, Jordan’s first Olympic Weightlifting school, aims to build inclusion and empower youth in the Palestinian Refugee Camp, Al-Baqa’. It provides an escape for the youth in that region to stay away from drugs, violence, and other consequences of poverty.

No HungerNo PovertyPeace and JusticeReduced Inequalities
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FIE athletes promoting sporting gears

Members of the International Fencing Federation (FIE) Athletes commission are actively engaged in the promotion of the new programme Donate Your Fencing Gear launched in Verona in 2018.

Responsible Consumption
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FIFA audio-descriptive commentary

Pioneering audio-descriptive commentary was offered in Portuguese at 26 of the 64 matches during the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™, describing the atmosphere in the stadium and the action on the pitch. FIFA appointed the Centre for Access to Football in Europe (CAFE) as consultants to deliver and manage the commentary at the four host stadiums in Belo Horizonte, Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo.

Reduced Inequalities
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AIBA case study redistribution of boxing equipment

More than ten years ago, the International Boxing Federation (AIBA) established a redistribution policy for the sport equipment it acquires for its annual major events. For each event, AIBA secures sponsorship partners that provide the necessary equipment, such as boxing rings, boxing gloves, head guards, pads and punching bags. Within the framework of the sponsor agreement is the understanding that all equipment used for the event will be donated to the host National Federation (NF). The NF then has the responsibility of redistributing the equipment to local clubs and development centres in order to help athletes who require proper equipment for training and competition.

Reduced InequalitiesResponsible Consumption