Amina Moustafa is a Sport and Youth Coordinator of Champions Factory Ireland, actively supporting our work there. She has worked with Sport Against Racism Ireland for over 4 years as a Project Coordinator for the Hijabs and Hat-Tricks Programme, encouraging female participation and empowerment through sport among Muslim and migrant women and girls. She also writes and delivers Erasmus+ youth exchanges and training courses around the world addressing various social issues through the medium of sport as well as delivering anti-discrimination workshops in schools around Ireland and Europe. Amina is also a Michael Johnson Young Leader and was trained in Community Involvement, Youth Leadership and Sports and Athlete Performance. She has worked with FIFA Football4Hope and the Special Olympics Ireland working to make sport more inclusive for people of all abilities. Amina also works on human rights issues with the Africa Solidarity Centre in her role as a Board Member and with the National Youth Council of Ireland, the No Hate Speech Movement and Eurobug as a facilitator and youth leader.