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Get the Ball Rolling. Ged Naughton Naughton Media Prague, March 2011. The Global Game. World Cup Final (2006) Total audience : 26.29 billion Final: 715.1 million (a ninth of the entire population of the planet) First match in South Africa – 1860s FiFA 208 members – UN 192 members

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Get the Ball Rolling

Ged Naughton

Naughton Media

Prague, March 2011

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The Global Game

  • World Cup Final (2006)
  • Total audience : 26.29 billion
  • Final: 715.1 million (a ninth of the entire population of the planet)
  • First match in South Africa – 1860s
  • FiFA 208 members – UN 192 members
  • Secretary General Kofi Annan (FIFA 2006): “Sport has an incredible capacity to work as a catalyst for positive change in the world and I can’t think of anything that can bring people together like football. For 90 minutes at a time, people become one nation.”
  • In 2005, UN International Year of Sport and Physical Education - MDGs
  • Globalization – ‘glocalization’
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Media and Education

  • Education
  • Problems:
    • Government demands, competition, parents
  • Result:
    • broad context, thinking not feeling, not focussed on the audience
  • So they tend to be dull
  • And worthy
    • Media
    • Issues:
      • Too little time, too much space, market needs
    • Result:
      • New, formulaic, sensational rather than sensitive
  • So they tend towards stereotypes
  • And they like what’s familiar, quick and easy
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What is global education?

  • Text book definition:
  • Global citizenship
  • Conflict resolution
  • Social justice
  • Values and perceptions
  • Sustainable development
  • Interdependence
  • Human rights
  • Diversity
  • As sport would have it:
  • Non-violence
  • Identity
  • Fair Play
  • Learning to lose
  • Trust and respect
  • Parity
  • Belonging
  • [

Any difference?

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Sport helps you use the media for education

  • Helps you challenge stereotypes
  • Helps you to address difficult subjects in an accessible way
  • Gives a voice to the voiceless
  • Allows a populist approach
  • Mutually strengthens impact
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Telling a difficult story

  • Drogba (Chelsea) and Adebayor (Real Madrid) - Goodwill Ambassadors for the UN.
  • MDGs Comic
    • “shipwrecked on an island on their way to playing an all-star charity football game in support of the UN. While on the island, the team has to tackle the eight MDGs along their journey towards being rescued.”
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Difficult subjects...

  • Fernando Torres (Chelsea & Spain football player) £200,000 per week
  • Imran Khan (Fairtrade football maker) 7000 Pakistan Rupees a month (£51)
  • Weah, Abedi Pele, Okocha – third world superstars who transcend their country’s or era’s negative stereotypes.
  • “Often the African football players’ fate in Europe is not so different from the fate ofmore ‘normal’ African migrants.”
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Challenges stereotypes

  • Cameroon v Argentina 1986
  • Senegal v France 2002
  • Iran v USA 1998
  • Brazil is the World Leader – USA a developing nation
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Media strategy

  • Get Famous Names
  • Provide photo opportunities
  • Target your media by audience
    • Local, regional, national
    • Broadcast
    • Specialist
    • New media
    • Popular
  • Speak to the converted
  • Media training
  • Media-campaign-action
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Football bringing people together – then

  • Millennium Stars
    • National campaign
    • 69 media hits in three weeks
    • Played five, won five, scored 32, conceded 7
    • Issues child soldiers and streetkids
    • Train younger children
    • Who’s your favourite?
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Statements about football

  • If this can be termed the century of the common man, then soccer, of all sports, is surely his game.... In a world haunted by the hydrogen and napalm bomb, the football field is a place where sanity and hope are still left unmolested. Stanley Rous, 1952
  • In Latin America the border between soccer and politics is vague. There is a long list of governments that have fallen or been overthrown after the defeat of the national team. Luis Suarez (the other one…)
  • Football is all very well as a game for rough girls, but is hardly suitable for delicate boys. Oscar Wilde
  • Some people think football is a matter of life and death. I assure you, it's much more serious than that. Bill Shankly
  • Soccer is the biggest thing that's happened in creation. It's bigger than any 'ism' you can name. Alan Brown
  • I am a member of a team, and I rely on the team, I defer to it and sacrifice for it, because the team, not the individual, is the ultimate champion. Mia Hamm
  • Football can be more than fun and the expectation of a life as a top football star. It can change people's lives. It's not just about playing football and then going home; football is a means to develop people and change their lives. It may be possible for both to work side-by-side. Nusee Cooper, Millennium Stars