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28 April 2010
1GOAL campaign and Goal.com in content agreement
23 April 2010
1GOAL campaign and Goal.com in content agreement. The world’s largest new media football company, Goal.com, and 1GOAL, the global campaign to encourage support for their bid to realise education for all, is delighted to announce a content agreement in the lead up to the 2010 FIFA World Cup, where Goal.com will be producing content on behalf of the 1GOAL campaign. With Africa’s first World Cup just over 50 days away, 1GOAL is seeking to secure $16 billion a year in funding from...
Weekly round-up of media coverage
22 April 2010
Here's a weekly round-up of media coverage for the week ending 23rd April 2010. UK: Coverage in the UK Metro on 1GOAL 3 UK Party leaders sign support for 1GOAL Aaron Mokoena interview on 1GOAL featured on front page/double page spread in Guardian Sport on Saturday 17th April. Germany: Aaron Mokoena has done 2 interviews for Kicker and 11Freunde US: Jessica Alba was on the front cover of People Magazine with photos from her tour to Africa...
UK Party Leaders Find Rare Issue to Unite On: 1GOAL Education for All
22 April 2010
"We agree with each other" UK Party Leaders Find Rare Issue to Unite On: 1GOAL Education for All In a rare moment of unanimity in the UK General election campaign, all three party leaders today showed their support for the 1GOAL campaign to ensure that additional aid funding is found to pay for every child to go to school.  The cross party commitment comes just 50 days before the start of the World Cup and as 1GOAL this week launched their global lesson which saw millions...
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1GOAL: Education for All
1GOAL is a campaign seizing the power of football to get all children into school and learning. Run by the Global Campaign for Education (GCE), 1GOAL mobilised millions to help ensure Education For All is a lasting legacy of the FIFA World Cup. We continue to call on world leaders to make education a reality for 69 million children by 2015.