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Throughout April and May 2016, members of the ‘NEVER AGAIN’ Association have provided anti-racism trainings to prison workers and volunteers working with inmates during special workshops in Poland, Greece, and Hungary. The trainings were organized in frames of the innovative educational project E.U.R.O.P.E. (European Union Rapprochement for Offenders and Pupils Education). Supported by the European Commission, the project aims to promote European and civic values among inmates, ex-convicts and socially marginalized youth in cooperation with officials and volunteers. The international project is managed by Collegium Civitas in Warsaw with the participation […]

This week we are proud to bring you some fantastic selections of heavyweight football fixtures including; the Madrid Derby and the Capital One Cup Final. Let’s begin in the Spanish capital. Having only won once with 4 draws and 4 defeats in their last 9 Madrid Derby encounters, Real Madrid seem to be at a  disadvantage when compared to their city rivals Atlético. However, Los Blancos (3rd) are still favourites to take all 3 points at the Santiago Bernabéu and replace Atlético (2nd) in the league table – according to […]

There’s some fantastic Soccer taking place this week with a full round of fixtures from the Premier League to look forward to. The action gets underway on Saturday as struggling Sunderland welcome Man Utd to the Stadium of Light. The Black Cats will be hoping for a better outcome than when the two sides met earlier in the season, when they succumbed to a 3-0 defeat. In the late kick-off, Chelsea face a Newcastle side in need of points to help their fight for survival. Sunday’s action begins in north […]

The Australian Open draws to a close this week, with bet365 covering all the action right up to the hotly anticipated Men’s Final on Sunday. For the first time in almost 40 years, Britain will be represented in both the Men’s and Women’s semi-finals of the Open, with John Lloyd and Sue Barker the last to achieve the feat in 1977. There’s no doubting that Andy Murray will be desperate to add another trophy to his cabinet after failing to lift the Australian Open trophy in four finals in the […]

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Republic of Ireland v Bosnia – Monday 16th November Bosnia rescued a draw with a late equaliser on Friday night after Edin Dzeko cancelled out Robbie Brady’s 82 minute opener in thick fog. Republic of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill suggested that they are not going to play for an edgy 0-0 to capitalise on the away goal. He said: “We have to try and win the game. If we set out with any other sort of mindset, we could be in trouble. The ultimate goal does not change and is […]

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Norway v Hungary – Thursday 12th November Hungary have not won in the past nine games against Norway, and won’t find it any easier this time around. A glance at their relative group opponents says it all; Norway finished third behind Italy and Croatia, whilst the Hungarians lost out to Northern Ireland and Romania. Moreover Norway were very close to qualifying automatically, letting their lead slip against Italy in their final match. They’ll feel that they’ve earned a place at the finals already, and will have too much for a […]


Sunderland v Southampton – Saturday 7th November Sunderland fans could be forgiven for having their blood pressure checked recently. After the highs of a 3-0 victory over arch rivals Newcastle, they shipped six goals to Everton in a mostly second half capitulation at the weekend. Sam Allardyce has openly stated that they must sort out their defensive frailties or they’ll be in it for “the long haul” over the coming months. Allardyce is a manager renowned for leading teams that are both organised and tough to break down, and he […]


Man Utd v CSKA Moscow – Tuesday 3rd November Man Utd’s lack of goals is becoming a serious headache for Louis Van Gaal. It’s now over five hours since United scored a goal, and Van Gaal admitted it was a concern following the stalemate with Palace. Alan Pardew stated that their focus was on stopping Anthony Martial, suggesting that Wayne Rooney is seen as a supporting act to the 19 year old. Such statements will damage Rooney’s ego yet further, as will the numerous suggestions throughout the press that he […]