Your Search Returned 17 tagged news reports
The French football league will join forces with the International League Against Racism and Anti-Semitism at matches this weekend...The application also advises people on how to react quickly when they witness incidents of racism, as well as
On Thursday and Friday, Sweden will be interrogated by the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination to update the group on steps taken by the government to fight racism and discrimination in Sweden. But according to Aleksander Gabelic,
The timing could not have been better as far as Germany is concerned with an all-German Champions League final between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund set for Wembley on Sunday (NZ time). The 2015 match, at Berlin's Olympic Stadium, will be the
The much talked about task force held its first meeting here Monday, with discussions focussing on sending a strong zero tolerance message on racism to offenders, reports CMC. The task force has proposed having an official at the stadium to identify
Finally, the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) has stepped up to the plate to fight against racism in European soccer. With racist chants and taunts by fans becoming more frequent over the past two seasons in
Speaking out against racism in football Israeli football club faces fan backlash Former Polish striker condemns racism "The introduction of stewarding has also reduced the need of intervention by police officers inside the venues significantly."
Barcelona's Brazilian fullback Daniel Alves has complained of racist abuse following Wednesday's King's Cup semi-final first leg at Real Madrid and labelled Spain a "lost war" when it comes to tackling the issue. "Shame about the result and even more
The Council of Europe's human rights chief has called for an overhaul of Swiss anti-discrimination law and policy. Intolerance and racism are dangerously on the rise, the commissioner for human rights, Thomas Hammarberg, said after a four-day review
With just a year left until Euro 2012 kicks off in Poland, authorities and campaigners say they are determined to use the football showpiece to stamp out stadium racism. "We're treating the European Championship as a chance to make things civilised,"
Top officials in France's Football Team [FFF] are accused of secretly upholding a race quota of 30% to limit the number of Black and Arab trainees. FFF promised to look into the matter and conduct an internal investigation.