By Emiko PereaBrandon unsteadily stepped onto a rope bridge, hesitant as it shook violently as he moved across it.
Published on 22/05/2019
More than a decade ago, Nelson Mandela proclaimed, “Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. It has the power to unite people in a way that little else does. It speaks to youth in a language they understand. Sport can create hope where once there was only despair.
Published on 21/11/2014
The players played hard, sweat, smiled, lost and won during Midnight Football’s most recent indoor soccer tournament. The games were intense, but at the start of each game, players shook hands and embraced. For them, their opponents were friends first and competition second.
Published on 23/09/2013
GPF Malaysia’s Midnight Football is building bridges, empowering youth, and giving second chances to teens and their families.
Published on 25/07/2013
Although it is still in its 3rd year, Malaysia’s Midnight Football is a testament to the power of sports. According to the UN Sport for Development and Peace International Working Group, sport has multiple benefits for individuals and communities:
Published on 04/07/2013
Midnight FootballGPF Malaysia in part
Published on 15/05/2012
Global Peace Foundation Malaysia, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), the Department of National Unity, and Sports Planet are collaborating to expand the successful youth program, which encourages education, fair play, peace building and positive values among the participants.
Published on 20/12/2011
Participants at a Midnight Football Leadership Camp in
Published on 31/10/2011
Asia Football Confederation and Global Peace Foundation Collaborate to Get Troubled Youth 'Off the Street and On the Ball'Dato' Azman
Published on 30/05/2011