It’s Brazil it’s 2014 and players from around the world are waiting for kick-off, but there will be no galacticos on the pitch or Wags at local boutiques during the tournament this weekend in Rio de Janeiro. Instead, theStreet Child World Cup will bring together some of the most disadvantaged youths from 19 nations for 10 days of football, art, sightseeing and workshops – putting a spotlight on an issue that many people choose to ignore. Read more.

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Ready Steady Cook-style challenges help young homeless people to eat well

Mon Jul 14 , 2014
Every Tuesday at 6pm the training room at the Foyer – an accommodation centre for young people affected by homelessness – is hastily converted into a […]