Like all people associated with sport, the human rights of fans should be upheld, and governments and institutions across the sports ecosystem, such as event organising committees, have responsibilities to protect and respect them.Continue reading “FSE & CSHR LAUNCH FANS’ HUMAN RIGHTS GUIDE”
Earlier this week, Football Supporters Europe (FSE) and Amnesty International France (AIF) convened a meeting with representatives of French fans’ organisations to discuss the situation for migrant workers in Qatar ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.Continue reading “2022 WORLD CUP: FSE & AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL FRANCE DEMAND PROGRESS ON WORKERS’ RIGHTS IN QATAR”
The Supercopa de España was established in 1982 as a two-team competition, pitting the league champions against the winners of the Copa del Rey.
In November 2019, the Spanish FA (RFEF) announced that it would be expanded to accommodate four teams, including the league and cup runners up, and would be held in Saudi Arabia for the following three years.Continue reading “FASFE: SPANISH FANS SPEAK OUT AGAINST SUPER CUP IN SAUDI ARABIA”
Ahead of next year’s FIFA World Cup in Qatar, human rights organisation Amnesty International has published a report on the state of migrant worker’s rights in the country.Continue reading “AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHES NEW REPORT ON MIGRANT WORKER’S RIGHTS IN QATAR”
(Nyon, Switzerland, 8 June, 2021) — The Belarusian authorities should immediately drop all criminal charges against Aliaksandra Herasimenia and Aliaksandr Apeikin, chair and executive director of the Belarusian Sport Solidarity Foundation (BSSF), the Sport & Rights Alliance said today.Continue reading “SRA CALLS FOR BELARUS TO DROP CHARGES AGAINST SPORTS GROUP FOUNDERS”
A controversial new Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill is currently making its way through the UK Parliament.Continue reading “FSA: NEW UK POLICING BILL COULD BE USED AGAINST FANS”