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(Nyon, Switzerland, April 14, 2020) — FIFA should back its 2017 Human Rights Policy by ensuring accountability, transparency and remedy at the highest levels of football, a landmark report by FIFA’s independent human rights advisory board has recommended.

Dienstag, 14. April 2020

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The ongoing outbreak of SARS-CoV-2 presents significant, if not unprecedented, challenges for every section of society, and that includes football and the arts.

Donnerstag, 09. April 2020

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(Nyon, Switzerland, March 20, 2020) — The International Olympic Committee (IOC) and global sport organizations have a responsibility to demonstrate the highest standards of transparency, consultation and citizenship as the world addresses the COVID-19 pandemic, the Sport and Rights Alliance (SRA) and the World Players Association said today. The Tokyo 2020 Olympics are scheduled to begin on July 24, with the Paralympics starting on August 25.

Samstag, 21. März 2020

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The coronavirus pandemic is an unprecedented situation which requires all football stakeholders to work together to ensure the best outcomes, both with regards to short-term issues around competitions and longer-term consequences for the sport in general. This includes players, clubs, associations, leagues, and, of course, supporters and supporters’ groups.

Dienstag, 17. März 2020

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Ahead of today’s videoconference involving national associations, clubs, leagues and players’ representatives, FSE & SD Europe spoke with UEFA's top management regarding the current situation and impact that the spreading of #COVID19 has on football competitions and football fans. We will remain in close contact during these difficult times to ensure our members are well informed and their concerns heard. We look forward to the outcomes of today's videoconference.

 

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Over the past two months or so, a novel coronavirus known as COVID-19 that emerged in the Hubei province of China has spread across the globe. In response, national governments and other authorities have begun to introduce measures to contain and/or slow this spread. Some of these measures—including a prohibition on large gatherings—have naturally affected spectator sports, including football.

Dienstag, 10. März 2020

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For the past two years, the Portuguese national supporters’ organisation, Associação Portuguesa de Defesa do Adepto (APDA), has been campaigning against the government’s plan to introduce an identification card for football fans.

Donnerstag, 05. März 2020

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In December 2019, the Erasmus+ LIAISE project came to an end after two years of training workshops and exchange visits.

Donnerstag, 05. März 2020

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A recent report released by the Sports Ground Safety Authority (SGSA) shows that standing options—such as rail seats and seats with barriers—have improved safety in the topflight.

Mittwoch, 12. Februar 2020

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As you are no doubt already aware, the Football Supporters Europe (FSE) 2020 Summer Network Meeting will take place in Aarhus, Denmark, from 23rd to 26th July. The weekend will be hosted by AGF Fanclub Aarhus and Danske Fodbold Fans, the Danish national fans’ organisation. Both are long-standing, active members of the FSE network.

Freitag, 07. Februar 2020

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On 23rd January, Fuβballfans gegen Homophobie (FFGH) hosted the second transnational network meeting of OUT!, a Football Supporters Europe-led (FSE) initiative aimed at tackling homophobia, biphobia, and transphobia in football.

Mittwoch, 05. Februar 2020

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