FK Vojvodina Novi Sad and FK Austria Vienna together against racism

FK Vojvodina Novi Sad and FK Austria Vienna together against racism

FK Vojvodina Novi Sad and FK Austria Vienna will play the encounter in the UEFA Europa League on 30 July 2009 under the motto “Football against racism”. In the stadium banners with ant-racism messages will be presented. Both team support the fight against racism and nationalism in football. The team captains will wear armband with…

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Legia Warsaw join 'Never Again' in action in defence of African players in Poland

Legia Warsaw join 'Never Again' in action in defence of African players in Poland

On 18th July “NEVER AGAIN” Association coorganized a friendly game between African players from Polish Leagues and CWKS Legia Warszawa. The reason for organising this match was a racist incident that happened on the last game of Legia (some of their supporters are well known because of racist flags and banners often displayed on the…

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Tragedy for FURD and for the people of Mondiali

Tragedy for FURD and for the people of Mondiali

It is with great sadness that we report the news from FARE partner FURD. Yesterday, one of the team members from the Under 18 team died after the minibus crashed near Sheffield, coming back from Casalecchio. The team, aged between 16 and 18 years old, along with youth workers from the project, were returning from…

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European clubs pledge to include anti-racism clauses

European clubs pledge to include anti-racism clauses

The European Club Association, UNESCO and FC Barcelona have joined forces for the inclusion of anti-discrimination and anti-racism clauses in new contracts with football players. The 140 European football club members of the ECA (European Club Association) have signed a declaration reasserting their commitment to include anti-racist and anti-discrimination clauses in new contracts with football…

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Mondiali Antirazzisti 2009 starts today!

Mondiali Antirazzisti 2009 starts today!

This week will see more than six thousand footballers from all corners of the globe travel to Italy for one of the world's largest football festivals. The Mondiali Antirazzisti, translating as 'Anti-racism World Cup', attracts hundreds of teams to a 5 a- side footballing carnival where fans, anti-racism campaigners, youth groups, students and ex-professionals come…

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Nelson Mandela honoured by professional players

Nelson Mandela honoured by professional players

The international professional football players union, FIFPro, honoured Nelson Mandela on 3rd of July at a small ceremony at the Nelson Mandela Foundation, in Johannesburg, in recognition of Mr Mandela’s contribution towards non-racism and peace and his commitment to football. Receiving the award on his behalf was Foundation trustee and current Minister of Human Settlements…

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Antiracist World Cup: opening Press Conference

Antiracist World Cup: opening Press Conference

Bologna, July 6th – Five days of sports and games from the world, to say NO to all kinds of discrimination and to gather different stories and colours, sharing a common objective: the desire to create a better world. This is what the Anti racist World Cup is all about, described in the press conference…

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