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Descriere: epa09359999 A young girl of Cabecar indigenous group kicks the ball during a soccer match in the Tainy community of the Cabecar ethnic group in Limon province, Costa Rica, 19 July 2021 (issued 23 July 2021). Soccer, the most popular sport in the world, is also an agent of change to fight the scourge of violence against women. The GOLEES Foundation, aiming to help girls and women cope with and overcome gender-based violence, is implementing a soccer based program in communities at social risk in Costa Rica. GOLEES stands for Gender, Pride, Freedom and Empowerment of Women in Society and is currently starting works with indigenous communities. The program encompasses sports through training sessions and matches that promote teamwork, physical activity, discipline, values and fun, as well as psychosocial activities through group workshops aimed at creating a space of trust and mutual support to discuss women's rights. The activities involve girls and women of all ages who feel the soccer field as a free and safe space. EPA/JEFFREY ARGUEDAS ATTENTION: This Image is part of a PHOTO SET