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Youth football for human rights

Youth football for human rights

The 2012 Youth Football Human Rights Tournament will return to the artificial pitches of 3G Field for its second edition today, coinciding with Human Rights Day.

CIA First International School, organisers of the event, aim to promote the concept of human rights to students from 10 schools and NGOs from across the city who will take part.

Twenty-three teams will compete in three different age groups – U10, U13 and U17.

Defending champions C-Ajer will be back to battle for glory again, with games starting from 7:30am.

Winners will be awarded with prizes from sponsors Smart Mobile and Peace Book Centre.

To contact the reporter on this story: Chris Derbuc at [email protected]

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