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Judo for Peace
From Hell to Normality

Farhad Hazrati and Qudsia Khalili saw their lives turned upside down after the Taliban took power in ...

Interview
I Want to Help Refugees Achieve their Own Dreams

Arab Sibghatullah will compete this summer at -81kg at the Paris 2024 Games, as part of the IJF Refugee ...

Judo for Peace
UNHCR, Ministry of Home Affairs and Judo Association of Zambia Sign Tripartite MoU

This is a direct consequence of the recent Judo For Peace Commission visit to southern Africa that took ...

Interview
Through Judo we Can Learn to Have a Better Life

Mohammad Rashnonezhad will be competing in the -66kg weight category this summer in Paris as a member ...

Interview
Nigara Shaheen Wants to Teach the Judo Values

Nigara Shaheen will be competing in the -63kg category this summer in Paris.

Interview
Judo Is Like a Parent to Me

Vahid Sarlak is the man behind the preparation of the IJF Refugee Team that will participate in the Paris ...

Interview
Adnan Khankan Simply Wants to Help

Adnan Khankan is the -100kg representative of the IJF Refugee Team.

Judo for Peace
When Judo Inspires Generations of Judoka

The months of April and May were particularly busy for the Judo for Peace South Africa programme, which ...

Judo for Refugees
1 in 100 Million

At Rio 2016, the first Refugee Olympic Team created by the International Olympic Committee represented ...

Judo for Peace
When Judo For Peace Becomes Poetry

Judo is an art; it can be martial, but it can also be poetic.

Judo for Peace
You Must Have Seen It

To get to the Mayukwayukwa Refugee Settlement takes time, a long time, time which allows you to better ...

Judo for Peace
Mayukwayukwa Demonstrates that Everything is Possible

Imagine, you woke up at 2:30 a.m., then drove for more than six hours to get to your destination.