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Development and Peace through Table Tennis

Browse through our online library and be inspired by useful tips and best practises, which are related to our TT Dream Building Programme. We are constantly working on adding content.

Please contact us in case you have useful documents you would like to share with others in order to use Table Tennis for positive social outcomes!

Manuals and toolkits

The activities are designed for schools but can be adapted for community groups, youth grous and organisations working with children and youth.

ITTF OCEANIA: Bounce it back (14.8 MiB)

The manual combines games and recource kit to assist coaches and teachers to deliver fun and inclusive games with or without tables to primary school-aged children.

AUSTRALIAN SPORTS COMMISSION: Playing for Life - Table Tennis (4.6 MiB)

The sport-for-development programme is a tool using Table Tennis to improve the lives of people with a disability with fun, safe and inclusive activities.

TABLE TENNIS AUSTRALIA: Smash Down Barriers (1.1 MiB)

The manual is intended to be practical and adapted to realities on the ground encouraging the use of sport for development and peace.

PEACE & SPORT: Adapted Sport Manual (16.9 MiB)

Inspirational storytelling

What is a changemaker story?

The changemaker series are a set of interviews that look to move the spotlight from the usual “project impact and outcomes” of our regular work. This is an opportunity to illustrate the humans behind the projects – those who choose to go above and beyond. We hope it will inspire others to do the same and serve as testimony that however big or small your dream, it is possible to bring positive social change to your community. These are the everyday heroes in the Dream Building Fund Programme.

Read their story!
What is a story of change?

The stories of change series are a set of interviews conducted by our Dream Building Fund project leaders to assess the project's impact on the lives of people engaged in the project, such as; participants, volunteers, staff or coaches, teachers, family members, project partners, community leaders etc. This is an opportunity to learn what worked, what did not work and why it did not work in order to improve the project if necessary.

Read their story!

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