Our Story

Back to the roots

Play 4 Peace was founded in November 2015 as a personal endeavor following a family tragedy. In a desire to in turn pass on the family values instilled by his father, Ayman Ramdani wished to provide young people with guidance and support regardless of their history. Play4Peace therefore offers less privileged young people a space to unwind, meet new people, work, but also let their creativity express itself ! 

For Play 4 Peace, sport is not a mission but a means for the development and inclusion of young people in society.


Significant dates and events :

The 1st edition of Brussels Play 4 Peace was organized in the framework of the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace. This great sports day welcomed 2,500 participants.

Since 2017, the Brussels Play 4 Peace project has been placed under the patronage of UNESCO. In 2017, the “Brussels Play 4 Peace” project won the Award for the Best International Event at the Peace & Sport Forum chaired by Prince Albert II of Monaco and Didier Drogba.

In 2018 Play 4 Peace is placed under the High Patronage of His Majesty the King of Belgium.

The Play 4 Peace House was nominated at the Peace & Sport Forum chaired by Prince Albert II of Monaco in the category innovative project of the year.

In 2021, Play 4 Peace is selected as SDG Voice Belgium - Ambassador for Belgium to represent the United Nations Development Program (UNPD) which has defined 17 global, integrated and interdependent goals.


"Working with Play4Peace was a real privilege. We had to deal with a passionate and motivated team who want to help young people to create links and to develop personally. Objectives particularly important in this cosmopolitan city that is Brussels. Play4Peace to me. recalled that you must always keep an open mind in all circumstances. I have fond memories of this and I hope to be able to collaborate with them again in the future."

Ihecs student - Member of the Hackathon team who worked on the strategy of our new communication.


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