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Stand Up Against Discrimination in Sports!
A multimedia training programme which can be used in the training and education of trainers/coaches and sports instructors, to help them to avoid and challenge discrimination in their work in youth sports.
It consists of 10 video clips showing different scenarios and an accompanying handbook with advice for coaches on the issues raised in the films.
It was compiled with European funding and the handbook is available online in English, French, German and Serbian. The films contain no dialogue so no language knowledge is necessary.
ENGSO Youth(European Non-Governmental Sports Organisation); Deutsche Sportjugend
Arthur Wharton and Walter Tull
Pioneering Black Footballers Workbook
This page on the FURD website is a gateway to information about Arthur Wharton, the world's first black professional footballer. It links to further information, poetry, an extract from the BBC documentary 'Black Flash' and this workbook full of educational activities based on the lives of Wharton and Walter Tull, the second black footballer.
Bullying Around Racism, Religion and Culture
An 134-page advisory document for schools by the British government, published in 2006. It includes ideas for discussion topics and activities to use in tackling racism and religious intolerance with schoolchildren. Some of the topics have a football theme. Some of the links are out of date.
Department for Education and Skills (DfES)
Crossing the White Line
The Walter Tull Story
Educational activities based on the life of Walter Tull, one of the first black footballers, who was also a British army officer in the first world war. The site includes a downloadable activity pack, ideas for drama workshops and an animated film made by children.
City of Westminster Archives; Vasili, Phil
A page of ideas for ways in which football can be used to educate people about racism.
Euroschools 2008 Guidelines
Schools as Ambassadors for 53 UEFA Countries
A guide for teachers to a UEFA-backed project for schools in Austria, Switzerland and Liechtenstein to learn about other countries, fair play and create an awareness of cultural diversity. It was designed to be used in the run-up to the 2008 European Championships, but can be used in other contexts too. The guide is in English but is also available in German - see 'Euroschools 2008 Leitfaden' for German version.
UEFA; Euroschools 2008
Euroschools 2008 Leitfaden
Schulen als Botschafter der 53 UEFA-Nationen
A guide for teachers to a UEFA-backed project for schools in Austria, Switzerland and Liechtenstein to learn about other countries, fair play and create an awareness of cultural diversity. It was designed to be used in the run-up to the 2008 European Championships, but can be used in other contexts too. The guide is in German but is also available in English - see 'Euroschools 2008 Guidelines' for English version.
UEFA; Euroschools 2008
Football and Freedom Education Pack
This learning pack is designed for teachers to use children’s interest in the 2010 World Cup finals in South Africa to explore South Africa’s history, culture and context.
It is packed with activities aimed at 9-14 year olds which address many elements of the National Curriculum.
Football fan culture, carbon footprints and issues of equal opportunity, discrimination and human rights are covered. Football and Freedom also encourages schools to develop a longer term interest in South Africa through twinning.
National Union of Teachers (NUT), Action for Southern Africa (ACTSA) and others
It Takes a Team!
Making Sports Safe for Lesbian and Gay Athletes
A 92 page education pack for sports players, coaches and directors about homophobia in sport. Whilst it's American, and accompanies a 15-minute DVD which can be bought from the Women's Sports Foundation website, it contains advice and case studies which are relevant in Europe too.
Griffin, Pat et al
Esport i Ciutadania
A series of activities for primary and secondary pupils involving written and oral expression to promote positive sporting values like tolerance, equality and cooperation. Most of the activities use examples from the Olympic Games. Race and gender equality are featured in the ‘Humanity’ section. The site stresses the importance of input from teachers. It includes video clips, online games and group exercises. Available in Catalan, Spanish, English, French and Portugese.
Fundació FC Barcelona
Football for Equality: Challenging racist and homophobic stereotypes in and through football is a programme of activities part-funded by the European Commission Fundamental Rights and Citizenship programme.
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