An ethical game for an ethical world. We are looking for funding to bring school kids together for the first ever Luib World Championships.
Our project aims to raise awareness of and money for Child Rescue Nepal (CRN) by engaging students from international schools around Europe, the Middle East and Africa in a competitive but ethical game called Luib (see www.Luib.org/luib-the-game for details). These students will be brought together at one school for a 2-3 day sports championship which will include a formal event. Child Rescue Nepal, formerly the Esther Benjamin's Trust, rescues and cares for trafficked Nepali children who are sold for child labour. Their mission is to “save them from a life of physical abuse and forced labour, bring them home, provide medical and psychological treatment and try to re-unite them with their families. [They] aim to stamp out the trafficking of children by carrying out anti-trafficking work, such as community education, pursuing the prosecution of traffickers, and improving schools.”
Luib promises to unite international education, service learning and ethical sports in order to both support the efforts of CRN and to unite young people from around the world in a common cause - compassion and fun.