Via Regista Blog

icon japanball30 March ~ As the World Cup in Brazil this summer draws ever closer, this weekend marked the start of a somewhat different tournament in Rio: the Street Child World Cup. The competition's purpose is social change – the raise awareness of the plight of disadvantaged children around the world. Many of its competitors live on the streets, with Team Liberia being one of 19 national sides taking part. George Smyth of Street Child describes the Liberian team's journey and how it can help to highlight the gravity of the situation on the Regista blog.

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