SPORT AND HOMELESSNESS

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Noémie Claret is the Managing Director of Global Sports Week Paris. Formerly she held the roles of Communication Director of Sport dans la Ville, Head of Brand Comms of the Paris 2024 Bid Committee and Managing Director of Havas Sports & Entertainment Brazil.


Laura Stargel is a graduate student at the German Sport University in Cologne studying International Sport Development and Politics. Her research is at the intersection of equitable resilience and access to sport participation. She recently served as the Sustainability Coordinator for the Tampa Bay Super Bowl LV Host Committee. Her work has been recognized by Global Sports Week, selected as a two-time Young Sports Maker, and as a speaker at the University of Louisville, Florida Climate Week, and on the Climate Champions podcast, among others. Laura also plays ruby in the Washington DC area.


Sport is facing a global revolution. Around the world, the speed of digitization is matched only by the pace of societal change. Today, sport requires a new mindset, one that transcends profits and addresses the expectations of the new generation. We are convinced that sport, in this context of transformation, can play a bigger role in addressing the major social challenges of our age. It’s time for action, to reconnect sport with its true purpose and redefine its role in society into a force for good and a force for innovation. At the intersection between the worlds of business, culture, media, politics and civil society, GSW curates, informs, connects and empowers a community made of all the actors who shape the future of sport. To do so, GSW offers a privileged platform and setting, which looks to federate the wider sports ecosystem beyond the traditional issues of the sports industry.

You can find Sports for Social Impact on the following platforms: Apple PodcastSpotifyBreakerGoogle PodcastsPocket Casts, and Radio Public.