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Introduced Syrian children to chess

ALP Aydinlar is 10 years old yet. Developed for the Syrian children, & #8220; a move for Hope & #8221; With a social responsibility project named Canada & #8217;d a very prestigious award. Moreover, the youngest contestant who received this award for the International Game Association & #8217. Thanks to this project, 5 ’ of the 123 Syrian children who meet in chess between the ages of 8-12, now licensed athletes.

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ALP intellectuals, last month, Syrian childrendeveloped a social responsibility project aimed at international competitors and has been awarded a very prestigious award since 1993.

International Game Association (IPA) by conference held in Calgary, Canada; He was youngest candidate to win "recognition of Excellence and influence" award alongside one of contestants from Canada 2, Italy, New Zealand and Hong Kong. ALP Intellectuals, he was very proud to receive award, but he said he was very happy to introduce Syrian children to chess and to be friends with m.

"Playing chess has made a difference in children of war."

ALP intellectuals, who is a fifth grader, said about his project: "With my class, we visited Zehra Ulker Elementary School Temporary Training Center to discuss a social responsibility project with Syrian students. I noticed that Syrian students had a busy course, but or than that, y had no different activities. I'm sorry too, and I wanted to develop a project in which y would play. I play chess myself and I'm a licensed player. I thought y should play chess too. "

"A move for Hope"

In order to develop a project, ALP intellectuals said arms were plastered, stating that project is named "A move for Hope", project with 123 Syrian children playing chess and 5 of m from Turkish Chess Federation by obtaining a license Participated in tournaments.


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