The Sport for Social Change Network – SSCN (in Portuguese Rede Esporte pela Mudança Social – REMS) brings together 77 organizations that believes in sport as a human development factor and together achieve more than 100,000 attendings per year.
REMS seeks to bring visibility to the work of the organizations, demonstrating the social impact and the transformative power of sport that inspires people, institutions and governments for health promotion, human development, ethics and citizenship.
Organizations that integrate REMS develops actions related to sport for social transformation, dialoguing with several cross-cutting themes such as culture of peace, human rights, health, family, economic development, diversity, communication, gender, race, ethnicity, environment and people with disabilities inclusion.
REMS was founded by 33 organizations. Check the complete and current list in MEMBERS
Fomented by Nike and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), REMS – Sport for Social Change Network – was founded simultaneously in Brazil and South Africa, in 2007, by a group of civil society organizations. This initiative inspired the creation of similar networks in United Kingdom and Argentina.
Public relations graduated, specialized in business management and with a Marketing MBA from FGV. More than 10 years of experience with event organization, public relations and communication. Is responsible for the network communication.