Fans and players fight back as racists commemorate Hitler at games

Fans and players fight back as racists commemorate Hitler at games

Last year Slovan Bratislava fans displayed a huge banner with the words 'Alles Gute Adi' and a smiley-head face of Adolf Hitler to honour the birthday of Hitler on 20 April. This year, FARE has received reports about three cases of this kind of Neo-Nazi folklore. In Austria, during the league game on 20th April,…

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From Sharrow to Soweto gig launches DR Congo project appeal fund

From Sharrow to Soweto gig launches DR Congo project appeal fund

FARE partner Football Unites Racism Divides has launched an appeal to develop the Football Between Communities project working with orphaned children in the Democratic Republic of Congo. This exciting African venture was the beneficiary at 'From Sharrow to Soweto', a night of music and entertainment which took place at Sheffield United’s Tunnel Bar on 4th…

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Vivicittà Uisp: For the first time in Kinshasa – Democratic Republic of Congo

Vivicittà Uisp: For the first time in Kinshasa – Democratic Republic of Congo

The Vivicittà – the major marathon organised byUisp (Unione Italiana Sportpertutti), which is staged simultaneously each year in numerous cities across Italy and around the world – took place for the twenty-fifth time on Sunday 6th April. The fact that this time the Vivicittà reached Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo, is…

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