Communicating Across Borders
The five-year European Research Council-funded GLOBALSPORT project explores how masculinity, the body, nationalism, hope, precarity, and belonging were intermeshed through an exploration of the migration of professional and aspiring professional athletes in the sport industries, principally from the Global South to the Global North, in three world sports, namely soccer football, rugby union, and cricket.
UNDP works in about 170 countries and territories, helping to achieve the eradication of poverty, and the reduction of inequalities and exclusion. We help countries to develop policies, leadership skills, partnering abilities, institutional capabilities and build resilience in order to sustain development results.
The Eye Foundation of America's (EFA) mission is to go where the need is greatest - often rural and remote areas of developing countries where there is no medical care or where the cost of care is prohibitive.
Sport has long been linked with politics, but never more so than during the Cold War. In this highly precarious time, nations and peoples around the world used sport to promote their political, social, and economic development. Yet, for all its obvious ideological freighting, sport in this period reflected a complex integration of commerce, celebrity, trans-regional and trans-national fan loyalties.
Emerson College's Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Communication is an immersive program that prepares students for a variety of careers in sports. From the emerging gaming entertainment field to eSports, the program focuses on teaching the most important skill for success: a strong foundation in strategic communication.
The Allrounder is for fans who know there’s more to sport. The Allrounder looks at how sport impacts communities, shapes culture, and taps bodies and emotions. You’ll learn something new about how sport shapes our world, a different view of your favorite games.