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July 26, 2022

CONIFA – a gamechanger for a better world.


It´s an huge honor to announce that CONIFA has been selected as one of the 40 best “projects” in the world to represent “Designed for Peace” by the Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt Design Museum in New York. The exhibition opens 10th July 2022 and will be open for visitors until 2024, when the exhibition might go on a international roadtour.
The exhibition is open for visitors at Smithsonian Design Museum, 2 East 91st Street, New York, NY 10128, but also avaliable as a online exhibition for a global audience.

CONIFA President says: CONIFA is a innovative way to contribute to a better world through sports and culture, so we are very honored that the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum seen that we are here for real and activily building a better future now. Thanks to our vision, ethical values and activities we´ve finally reached a point of recognition from one of the most prestitious institutes in the world, which means a lot for all people who volunteerly contributes with their time and energy to support our joint journey towards a world of humanity.

Our Global Women’s Football Director, d’Alary Dalton, visited Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum’s CONIFA exhibition earlier this month:

“New York is a great city to visit and the exhibit was hopeful and inspiring. The brilliantly creative and thought provoking designs in the exhibit together with CONIFA and its member federations inspire us to imagine and create a peaceful world.”

Read more about the exhibition here: CONIFA in New York

FORBES Magazine – See The Provocative Designers Who Might Be The Next Nobel Peace Prize Winners
Fast Company Magazine – 40 tangible ways designers can advocate for peace


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