The Other #WorldCup #FIFA by @annafuji
 

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Soccer (Football) is arguably considered the world's most popular sport. Over 250 million soccer players world wide. This June, brazil will host the 2014 world cup...

Soccer (Football) is arguably considered the world's most popular sport. Over 250 million soccer players world wide. This June, brazil will host the 2014 world cup...

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  • 1. THE
  • 2. -FIFA (the world cup organizing body) over 250 million SOCCER (FOOTBALL) WORLD’S MOST POPULAR SPORT. IS ARGUABLY CONSIDERED THE SOCCER players world wide.
  • 3. THIS JUNE, BRAZIL WILL HOST THE 2014 WORLD CUP. 715.1 million: the number of people who watched the 2006 fifa world cup finals. -fifa
  • 4. staggering. -bloomberg.com R$30 billion reais brazil’s finacial cost to host the world cup: COST OF HOSTING A WORLD CUP IS THE COST ($14.5 billion usd)
  • 5. DID YOU KNOW, THERE IS ANOTHER LESS FAMOUS WORLD CUP? -sportsillustrated.com 2010 south african world cup hosted over 3 million attendees.
  • 6. -international soccer star david beckham’s 2013 salary. $5.7 million uSD PLAYERSTHE ARE NOT .
  • 7. THEY DO NOT LIVE IN .
  • 8. THERE ARE NOT OF SCREAMING FANS.
  • 9. BUT EACH PLAYER PLAYS FOR SOMETHING BIGGER THAN MONEY, FAME OR FORTUNE. THEY PLAY FOR A SECOND CHANCE IN LIFE.
  • 10. THIS IS THE THE OTHER WORLD CUP.
  • 11. TO IMPROVE THE LIVES OF THE HOMELESS THROUGH SOCCER. ONE GOAL: THE HOMELESS WORLD CUP IS A SOCCER TOURNAMENT WITH
  • 12. “ HOMELESS WORLD CUP INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS MANAGER -DEBORAH BALL FOOTBALL IS OUR WAY OF ENGAGING WITH AND PUBLICIZING THE PROBLEMS SURROUNDING HOMELESSNESS AROUND THE WORLD.
  • 13. -UNITED NATIONS COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS, 2005 AN ESTIMATED 100 MILLION PEOPLE WORLDWIDE ARE HOMELESS. ALLHOMELESS WORLD CUP PLAYERS ARE HOMELESS.
  • 14. SOME BATTLE ADDICTIONS AND MENTAL ILLNESS. -national coalition for the homeless 20-25% of single adult homeless population suffers from some form of severe and persistent mental illness.
  • 15. SOME ARE DISPLACED BY WAR, UNEMPLOYMENT, NATURAL DISASTERS, OVERCROWDING... GLOBALLY ESTIMATED, THERE ARE: -The National Law Center on Homelessness & poverty 20-40 million urban households that are homeless and as many as 1.3 billion people living in inadequate shelters because they cannot afford to do otherwise.
  • 16. SHUNNED AND EVERYDAY THEY ARE . David Pirtle formerly homeless “Most of the despair in being homeless comes from being treated like you don’t exist,”
  • 17. BEING PART OF A TEAM GIVES THE PLAYERS SOMETHING INCLUSION. MOST NEVER RECEIVE:SOMETHING
  • 18. EACH PLAYER MUST PRACTICE RESPONSIBILITY,good COMMUNICATION, TRUST, AND TEAMWORK.
  • 19. THESE SKILLS ARE TRANSFERRED TO DAILY LIFE CHANGEYOUR LIFE.PROVING YOU CAN
  • 20. Off the field as well. WITH OVER 70 INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS, THE HOMELESS WORLD CUP ORGANIZATION PROVIDES ACCESS TO PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
  • 21. PLAYERS HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO RECEIVE EDUCATIONAL, HEALTH, LEGAL, AND EMPLOYMENT SERVICES.
  • 22. IT ALSO ALLOWS PARTICIPANTS TO BECOME model ambassadors TO OTHERS FACING SIMILAR SITUATIONS.
  • 23. “ -DAVID DUKE THE HOMELESS WORLD CUP WAS THE ROPE THAT ALLOWED ME TO PULL MYSELF OUT OF A VERY DARK HOLE. IT HELPED ME AND NOW I CAN HELP OTHERS. WHEN HOMELESS PEOPLE SAY TO ME I CAN’T CHANGE, I SAY, YESYOUCAN. SO CAN YOU. I DID. STREET SOCCER scotland FOUNDER FORMER HOMELESS WORLD CUP PLAYER
  • 24. 6 MONTHS AFTER THE COPENHAGEN 2007 HOMELESS WORLD CUP: -copenhagen 2007 homeless world cup: impact research *71% HAVE SIGNIFICANTLY CHANGED THEIR LIFE *83% HAVE IMPROVED SOCIAL RELATIONS *32% WENT INTO EDUCATION *29% HAVE FOUND EMPLOYMENT *93% HAVE NEW MOTIVATION FOR LIFE *38% IMPROVED THEIR HOUSING SITUATION 25,000 PLAYERS PARTICIPATED IN TRAINING AND TRIALS FOR THE COPENHAGEN 2007 WORLD CUP FROM WHICH 381 PLAYERS WENT ON TO REPRESENT THEIR COUNTRY.
  • 25. A SIMPLE GAME PLAYED WITH one ballCAN CHANGE LIVES.
  • 26. YOU MAY NOT HAVE A home oR a Job... ...BUT A BALL CAN TEACH YOU teamwork. discipline. ...A BALL CAN TEACH YOU
  • 27. YOU HAVE THE CHANCE TO MAKE A ...
  • 28. ...ALL BECAUSE OF A
  • 29. WATCH THE DOCUMENTARY ONLINE FOR FREE: TO LEARN MORE VISIT: CHECK OUT THESE ORGANIZATIONS TO GET INVOLVED. WHAT ELSE CAN YOU DO? WWW.HOMELESSWORLDCUP.ORG HTTP://KICKINGITTHEFILM.COM WWW.GIRLSKICKIT.ORG WWW.SLUMSOCCER.ORG WWW.ONEWORLDFUTBOL.COM
  • 30. LET US HELP YOU SCORE A GOAL WITH YOUR NEXT PRESENTATION CLICK TO VISIT:
  • 31. GOUSA CREATED BY: ANNA
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