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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
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
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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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