about hockey in the Himalayas

At Randstad we are committed to the principle of ‘Human Forward' in everything we do. It means helping people move forward in their lives and to help organizations grow. At the root of human forward is the spirit of ‘doing well and doing good’.

Sports are a wonderful way to unite communities and help young people develop the important life skills required to excel in their future. Randstad India is proud to have collaborated with The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in co-hosting The Last Game. The Last Game is a series of ice hockey games being played around the world to raise awareness of the impact of climate change.

The initiative was led by Slava Fetisov, NHL Hall of Famer and legendary ice hockey player and former Minister of Sport of Russia. The Last Game was played in Ladakh, India on January 15th between Team India and the United Nations. Lt. Governor of the Union Territory, Shri. RK Mathur was the Chief Guest of the occasion and he presented 'The Last Game' jersey to the Captains of both the teams and the referees.

Following The Last Game events, Team Randstad, led by our MD & CEO, Paul Dupuis, joined hands with The Hockey Foundation (NPO), and co-hosted and competed in the 20th annual Indo-Canada Ice Hockey Tournament high in the Himalayas (Jan 18-19th Leh, India). Colleagues and supporters from around the world traveled to India for these very special events.

Randstad India also distributed over 8000 cloth bags to keep Ladakh free of plastic carry bags. More than 500 kgs of hockey equipment was collected and distributed, all in the spirit of Randstad with Heart.

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