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42 minutes | Nov 6, 2018
Without Dialogue We Cannot Find Any Solution | FIFA Foundation Festival
For S1E7 we talked with delegation leaders at the FIFA Foundation Festival 2018 in Moscow, Russia. The Festival brought together 48 delegations from 38 countries to showcase the power of football to change lives. During a week in Moscow, young people from all walks of life played football, exchanged culture, learned about Russia and partied hard. In this episode we spoke to five of the delegation leaders representing Sierra Leone, France, USA, Israel-Palestine and Vietnam.
41 minutes | Oct 29, 2018
Treat people how they want to be treated | Terry McFlynn
Corazon is sport conversations about humans being. In S1E6, we speak to Sydney FC's GM Football Operations, Terry McFlynn. After a tumultuous start to life as a professional footballer, Terry McFlynn ended up in the Sydney FC Hall of Fame, captaining a Grand Final winning team. Terry discusses building resilience as a young player and preparing for life after football as an older player. Today Terry is building high performance culture at Sydney FC, leading Australia’s top club off from the field.
55 minutes | Oct 21, 2018
Football is a Great Metaphor for our Existence | Shaun Nemorin
In S1E5 we talk to Shaun Nemorin. His love of community football is layered with a uniquely global perspective after more than a decade of humanitarian work across 4 continents. Shaun's intrigue of social issues began as a migrant growing up in Australia, watching and playing football across Sydney with his refereeing Dad before spending more than a decade working with UNHCR across different conflict zones. Today, Shaun’s work with STARTTS is underpinned by community healing. There’s a place for everyone, and it’s about meeting people where they are. His personal journey with Sydney Soccer Stories recognised teams built for the community and although it acknowledges the inclusion and exclusion of football today, Shaun sees it as much as his own personal healing journey.
43 minutes | Oct 12, 2018
It’s the Absolute Fundamental Responsibility of a Coach to Care | Dr Andrew Bennie
S1E4 of Corazon: Sport Conversations about Human Beings. In this episode we talk to Dr Andrew Bennie from Western Sydney University. Dr Andrew Bennie's research and teaching interests are physical activity, teaching and learning in Health and Physical Education (HPE) and sports coaching at Western Sydney University. Having completed his PhD on the topic of effective coaching in professional cricket, rugby league and rugby union, Andrew’s most recent research focuses on pathways into sport coaching for Indigenous people through Coaching Unlimited. We talked to Andrew about his journey into coaching, his recent research at Western Sydney University and the characteristics of an impactful coach.
46 minutes | Sep 18, 2018
The Good Thing is that Everybody Loves Football | Tun Aung Shwe
Corazon S1E3 with Tun Aung Shwe, Director of Football United Myanmar and PhD candidate at the University of NSW. Tun is weaving a peace-building web, with threads attached to young footballers and university students, government ministers, professional players, University researchers and health professionals. In almost a decade of friendship we've seen the integrity, passion and drive that it takes to build a grassroots football program from the ground up, and we attempt to capture it in this conversation.
52 minutes | Sep 18, 2018
There Needs to be a Standard of Excellence | Amna Karra-Hassan
Corazon Episode 2. Sport conversations about humans being with Assmaah Helal and Stuart Meney. Amna Karra-Hassan shares her journey in combating racism and holding management accountable, all the while trailblazing her own path in leadership, building community and storytelling. Amna's willingness to "navigate messy" has allowed her to connect with her national game in unimaginable ways.
54 minutes | Sep 18, 2018
Basketball is a Game of Different Faces | Mayor and Emmanuel
We host sport conversations about human's being, and we're excited that you're part of it. In S1E1 we talk to Emmanuel and Mayor from Savannah Pride, a basketball community in Western Sydney about how 6 young migrants decided to play ball together turned their dream into a thriving basketball community with players knocking on the door of the NBA. This wide-ranging conversation explores the challenges affecting young migrant and refugee youth in Australia, the importance of energy, patience and passion and the future of Australian basketball.
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