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Honduras: Bringing Together Rival Fan Clubs for Peace

18 June 2014 – Sports clubs in Honduras have originally been formed by vulnerable and at-risk youth. Some of these clubs have become violent when supporting their football teams. Interpeace is working together with these fan clubs who are often perceived as troublemakers to initiative a transformation that will turn the young people involved in these groups into change makers and active peacebuilders. The Sports Clubs for Peace project was implemented by Interpeace's Central American Youth Programme and is supported by the Berghof Foundation. It aims to training the young leaders of the two main football supporter clubs in conflict resolution strategies.

Interpeace works to strengthen the capacities of the leaders of the sports clubs to address conflicts in non-violent and creative ways, while ensuring that the clubs are recognized as important actors in Honduras. A three day workshop earlier this year brought together young leaders of two riva...

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