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Babos dreams of becoming the number one footballer in #Southudan.

Babos dreams of becoming the number one footballer in He’s certainly an inspiration to us all!

TAKE THE TIME TO HAVE A LOOK TO THE VIDEO, IT WILL MAKES YOU SUDDENTLY THINK THAT YOU ALSO MAY HELP US OR ALL OTHER CHARITY ORGANISATIONS, TO LIVE IN A BETTER WORLD TOGETHER.

SINCERLY,

LUC SCHULLER

ADMINISTRATOR-PRESIDENT AND FOUNDER

ASSOCIATION SANS BUT LUCRATIF

RCS LUXEMBOURG F6960

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30127896_1626945547420894_1608340689710481408_oJOIN US AT STROSSEN KLASSIK, A PART OF THE INCOME WILL BE SPEND TO OUR ASSOCIATION SANS BUT LUCRATIF TO HELP US REACHING OUR GOALS.

At International Sport a.s.b.l. charity, we believe that sport can be used as a platform for positive social change and as a facility of communication between countries.

We also use it as a tool to improve health and wellbeing. Through its values, we teach also teamwork, leadership, humility, tenacity and determination. But we also use sport as a way to shine a light on social issues, harnessing its influence and reach to draw attention to matters that are impacting society.

In these complex times, we should be able to look to sport to demonstrate that we are “stronger together”, and recognise that we can – and should – use our powerful platform to promote the ideas of equality, diversity and inclusion.

We at International Sport a.s.b.l. charity thanks in advance the Srossen Klassik ASBL to recognize our work and thanks in advance for their donation.

With our best regards,

LUC SCHULLER
TRUSTEE AND FOUNDER / ADMINISTRATOR AND DIRECTOR
INTERNATIONAL SPORT ASBL

 

 

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LUC SCHULLER

TRUSTEE AND FOUNDER / ADMINISTRATOR AND DIRECTOR

INTERNATIONAL SPORT ASBL

Although many believe that terrorism started on September 11, 2001, terrorism has been around for centuries, although the scale was smaller then. But from that day forward, life and the world as we know it was changed forever. Since that day, there have been over 20,000 deadly terror attacks killing millions of people, more than 47,000 bombings, 14,000 assassinations, and 5,300 kidnappings.

Today, there are 256 international terrorists groups.

Fast-forwarding through the centuries since the dawn of terrorism, we are at the age of modern-time terrorism. We want it to end, we want to fight it, but how can we do that without shedding more blood and igniting more wars? What has the war on terror achieved? Has killing terrorists proven effective? If so, why didn’t terrorism die with the death of Osama Bin Laden in May 2011? It is easy to kill a person, but it takes forever to kill an ideology.

To be in a better place than where we were, we need to identify the root of terrorism and how one becomes radicalized. The answer to how these youth become radicalized by these terrorist groups lies in knowing how terrorists plan and focus their aim on these oblivious young people; they essentially prey on the youth, who fall loosely into two categories: some uneducated with no prospects or vision for the future, and some highly educated children of immigrants who have bright futures and endless opportunities, but who are unaware of the teachings of Islam. These young people, who had their whole lives in front of them, unfortunately feel lost with no sense of belonging or identity; both groups are easy to manipulate.

Leaked information from ISIL records provides the below information:

• Data on 3,803 recruits from abroad in the organization reveals that recruits from several countries on all continents, with the majority being in the 20-35 age group. The fact that most combatants are youth confirms the common belief that violent extremist groups focus mainly on youth recruitment. Of those with data on education (83.7% of all records), 30.3% had a university degree, 82.1% had at least a secondary qualification, and less than 2% were illiterate. (World Bank, 2016).

The programs we are proud of that have shown significant impact on youth are in Yemen and Sudan. Just as governments play a pivotal role, civil organizations play an influential role too, and since Silatech’s launch at the Alliance of Civilizations Conference, economic development has been an important part of its mission.

Hope Project: With a €5 million grant that was awarded to Silatech from the EU, the project seeks to achieve stability in Yemen through the empowerment of youth and women, and the achievement of financial inclusion for the vulnerable and marginalized groups in Yemen’s society as a method of prevention from extremism and terrorism.

Al Amal Project in Sudan: The first-of-its-kind counter-terrorism project in Sudan was implemented in partnership with the Supreme Council for Welfare & Intellectual Safeguard to reintegrate and rehabilitate 400 young people who have previously fallen prey to extremist ideologies.

Silatech’s model works to treat the underlying causes of violent extremism, to drain the sources of terrorism, to establish preventive measures, and to develop societies through addressing unemployment.

We work with all young people without discrimination or prejudice. We are interested in their reintegration into their communities should they fall prey to extremism, by helping them get a decent life, decent work, and opportunities for a brighter future.

— Published on July 9, 2018

I’ve started a week-long mission to #Ukraine and will visit Kyiv, Sloviansk, Luhansk and Donetsk. I look forward to meeting authorities, ICRC staff and visiting vulnerable communities. With the conflict in its fifth year, Ukraine remains among @ICRC priorities.

FROM ICRC

Excellent illustration how these guys can help poverty, helping developing resources, helping develop democracy, and enhancing human rights.
Congratulations, unfortunately there are institutions like EDMOND DE ROTHSCHILD LUXEMBOURG WHO DO ALL EFFORTS TO SABOTAGE TO help poor people who could not expect becoming clients of their institutions.

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Sincerely,

Luc Schuller

ADMINISTRATOR- PRESIDENT AND FOUNDER

ASSOCIATION SANS BUT LUCRATIF

RCS LUXEMBOURG F6960

CONGRATULATIONS AND A GREAT IDEA FROM OUR PRIME MINISTER. IF OUR ASSOCIATION SANS BUT LUCRATIF CAN BE OF ANY HELP, PLEASE LET US KNOW.

 

LUC SCHULLER

FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT