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Refugees find their feet through football in Ireland
by Cormac O'Brien
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
5 July 2018
On 5 July 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Every summer, refugee communities in Ireland form teams that compete in the Fair Play World Cup, now in its ninth year. Fair Play World Cup, held in central Dublin, draws players from refugee communities all over Ireland whose countries of origin range from Vietnam to South Sudan.
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... the U.N. refugee agency says they [refugees] face difficulties including isolation, which football can help combat.
'Sport is one of the best ways to get new communities to meet Irish people they meet people down on the training ground they meet people when they are at football,' said spokesman Jody Clarke.
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