Refugees cricket match in Norway, Sport has the power to unite, says Human Rights Observers

September 26, 2016 | By | Reply More

Sep 26, – Two teams came to fight each other, fair play principle and mutual respect. It was a good day to talk about challenging situation that refugees find themselves in after being denied the opportunity to live a dignified life in their own country and at the same time, to describe the steps they need to take in order to create fundamental conditions for their new lives.

Refugees cricket match in Norway, Sport has the power to unite, says Human Rights ObserversStories which ought to be heard

Not many people can picture themselves fleeing their homes, leaving their friends and family behind and starting over again somewhere else. They played in United formed by refugees, all of whom carry a story of their own.

Moholt cricket club is our organizer club and we managed these arrangements of cricket 20/20 tournament and after super final were arranged and moholt club President Saud from India PHD in advance sciences has done main character in managing and arranging the whole ceremony. Such activities are best entertainment for refugees and for the local talent.

Bilal K. Niazi Played like boom boom and won final and super final with his partner Chaman Gull against NTNU University in trondheim. It was a event of entertainment and organized for refugee’s participation in cricket activity. Special thanks for this event Saud (President of Moholt cricket club) Nadeem and NTNU organizers. Muhammad Yousaf, reports from Trondheim (Norway) for Human Rights Observers

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