Can technology — including VAR seen at the Women’s World Cup — empower players and coaches around the world, or will it widen some existing gaps?
How can dedicated outreach, intensive community-building, and the latest tech strengthen the confidence of children of immigrants?
Lenovo Legion provides PCs and monitors to help bring Supergirl Gamer Pro to life. The tournament focused on encouraging girls to compete in gaming and surfing, two fields traditionally dominated by men.
Yiyalin Rodriguez of the indigenous Ngäbe tribe found a more equal future beyond parenthood and domesticity by playing football.
How do women in Muhuru Bay overcome societal bias, health risks, and poverty to access education and opportunity?
Love on 31 marked the third annual global service event for Lenovo, and the project’s year over year growth is clear.
English-born, Bahrain-based Equal Playing Field player, coach and two-time Guinness World Record holder Deena Rahman has traveled far and wide thanks to the beautiful game.
Marine biologist Erika Woolsey worked with a team of scientists and storytellers to create IMMERSE, a VR film exploring the beauty of the sea and the ongoing decimation of coral reefs.