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…run up to the 2017 UEFA European Under-21 Championship in Poland as well as the FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia. Other activities co-organized by the ‘NEVER AGAIN’ Association during the 2015 European-wide Action Week Against Racism included a ‘Music Against Racism’ rap concert in Pila, an anti-racism info point during the ‘Glasses of Equality’ gala in Warsaw, and the ‘Challenge racism and promote interculturalism’ debate organized with the…

…w how to promote multiculturalism in sport and in the stadiums’ – explains Jacek Purski, a representative of the ‘Let’s Kick Racism Out of the Stadiums’ campaign. The toolkit ‘How to fight racism?’ contains explanations of what is racism in sport, what are its most common manifestations as well as information on how to face it successfully. It presents advices and tips, which have already proved to be…

…endorsed the initiative on her own Facebook page saying ‘I am happy you have gathered to remove the racist inscriptions through collective action. Warsaw is an open city and there must be no place for any expression of racism! I have instructed the Warsaw City Police to pay particular attention to any such acts of discrimination.’ The incident took place against the background of a series of hate crimes that occurred in several…

…ith governing bodies, Local Organising Committees, and host cities, – To work alongside and capacity-build ethnic minority communities to challenge discrimination, – Increase the profile of FARE (Football Against Racism in Europe) and the Unite Against Racism programme and its ethos in Eastern Europe, – To build a resource and campaigning hub to support a long-term anti-discrimination action in football in Eastern Europe. The…

…ns for concern’ – said Dr Rafal Pankowski, the coordinator of the East Europe Monitoring Centre set up by ‘NEVER AGAIN’ in cooperation with the FARE Network and UEFA. The MPs discussed results of hate crime, antisemitism and racism monitoring conducted by the ‘NEVER AGAIN’ Association and its Ukrainian partner Football Against Prejudices. It covers an 18 month period from September 2009 to March 2011, detailing 195 individual incidents involving…

…an. They also discussed grass-roots cooperation with the Kazan Federation of Mini-Football (Futsal), which is to result in joint activities with the Assembly of the Peoples of Tatarstan for this year’s Football Against Racism in Europe Weeks of Action in October. -‘I appreciate the exceptionally warm welcome we received in Kazan and the high level of discussions we had here’ – said Dr Rafal Pankowski of the ‘NEVER…

…reign Ministry, the Ministry of Sports and Tourism, the City of Warsaw and the Polish Association of Former Players. It took place at the Warsaw Agrykola stadium on 14 October. The event formed a part of the Football Against Racism in Europe Action Weeks. One of the event’s attractions was a match involving players of Warsaw’s multicultural Ethnoleague and Polish football stars, including legends such as the former internationals Dariusz…

A new report from a Warsaw based anti-racism group documents the number of racist and discriminatory incidents in the host countries for the 2012 European Championships. The report called ‘Hateful’ has been produced by the ‘NEVER AGAIN’ Association in cooperation with Football Against Prejudices (Ukraine), as part of the FARE network Eastern European Monitoring Centre. It covers an 18 month period from September 2009 to March 2011,…

…k of anti-racism events which preceded the game. For example, on 18 March an open pre-match training session of the Polish national team took place at the Polonia Warsaw stadium, held under the slogan ‘Let’s kick racism out of the stadiums’. A highly visible campaign message was displayed next to the pitch and all the fans – including many school kids – were handed anti-racism materials. The action was organized in…

…Let’s Kick Racism Out of the Stadiums…