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Members of the ‘NEVER AGAIN’ Association have actively promoted the ‎message of respect for diversity through a series of international meetings in the run-up to this year’s International Day Against Fascism and Antisemitism. On 26-30 October, Anna Tatar repeatedly presented the current activities of ‘NEVER AGAIN’ in the field of hate crime monitoring at the ‘United for Equality’ forum held in Paris. The meeting was convened by Les Maisons des Potes with the participation of anti-racism NGOs from 16 European countries and it featured presentations by several candidates for the […]

Warsaw’s inhabitants stood in solidarity with their African neighbours who were targeted by racists. The ‘NEVER AGAIN’ Association, together with Projekt: Polska, organized a civic action to show solidarity and paint over large racist graffiti that appeared by the entrances of the African restaurant La Mama and a nearby African shop. Both sites are located in the Muranow district, known as the area of the Warsaw Jewish Ghetto during the Nazi occupation, and they are near the Polonia Warsaw football ground. The La Mama restaurant is a key meeting point […]

Capital and the largest city of Poland (1.7 million citizens, agglomeration: over 3 million), key political, economic, academic and cultural centre of the country, situated by significant European transport routes (from Baltic countries to the south of Europe, from Berlin to Moscow). Seat of the Parliament, President and Government of the Republic of Poland, as well as of the largest Polish university (University of Warsaw), National Bank of Poland and Warsaw Stock Exchange. Devastated during war and rebuilt, today once again in its history the city goes through dynamic changes […]

We have been waiting very long for really well-prepared football stadium. We were jealous of other countries, but in the end we constructed beautiful stadiums. We have in Gdansk, Poznan and Wroclaw modern facilities for Euro 2012, but the real showcase is the National Stadium in Warsaw. The National Stadium was built in place of the former Tenth Anniversary Stadium, which in recent years has had nothing to do with sports. A place of the largest bazaar in Europe was occupied by an impressive stadium with a red and white […]

On 24 July 2011, everybody is invited to a Sunday Walk around the National Stadium in Warsaw. On this day the largest stadium in Poland will be opened for the first time to the inhabitants of Warsaw and all people wanting to see the interior of the Stadium. During the walk, everyone will be able to enter the pitch through the passage and see the interior of the Stadium – the two rings of stands for 58 thousand spectators, the 70-metre central spire or the large-size LED screens. On this […]

The capital of Poland may yet become the main city of the upcoming Euro 2012, told Sport-Express vice president of NCS Robert Voychizh responsible for the construction of the Warsaw Arena. “Frankly, the Poles were very upset when UEFA decided to give the final of European Championship to Kiev. Of course, we took this decision. But still hope that’s still possible to change something. If Kiev will not have time to prepare the stadium in time, we are always ready replace it. ” However, the general secretary Gianni Infantino, UEFA […]

The National Stadium in Warsaw which has a capacity of 60 thousand seats will be built in the place where at present is the 10th Anniversary Stadium, or next to Washington roundabout in Prague-South. According to current conception the National Stadium is expected to be the main element of a sports-recreational centre (“the National Sport Centre”) which will including among others: a pool with Olympic parameters, a sports-auditorium hall on 15 thousand seats, as well as commercial part (shop centres, gastronomic centres). The Central Sports Centre in Warsaw is the […]

The anti-racist East Europe Monitoring Centre starts its operation in Warsaw this month. The newly launched centre is going to monitor, research and document cases of racism and xenophobia across the region, with a special emphasis on Poland and Ukraine. ‘The growing social significance of football in Poland and Ukraine before 2012 provides an excellent opportunity to highlight the pressing issues of xenophobia and racism in Eastern Europe’ – said sociologist Dr Rafal Pankowski, the Monitoring Centre coordinator. ‘Our starting point is racism in football, but we see it in […]

The finals of the UEFA EURO 2012 championships may be held in Warsaw and not Kyiv, writes Gazeta Wyborcza, quoting recent decisions by UEFA. The final match would be played at the new National Stadium in Warsaw. Reportedly, UEFA is concerned over the number of hotels in Kyiv to accommodate fans, as well as problems with municipal transport and communications. “We are very closely reconsidering changing the the venue of the final” says UEFA president Michel Platini. “At the time being we are still closely monitoring this situation if there […]

UEFA gives an ultimatum. Stadiums in Warsaw and Kiev have to come into being. Otherwise, we will lose championships. There is no plan “B” for Warsaw and Kiev. If the stadium are not built in these cities on time, the Europe championships will be taken away by Germany or Russia. – UEFA does not imagine the situation in which Euro 2012 would not take place in the capitals of Poland and Ukraine – Warsaw and Kiev’ says Michael Listkiewicz, the chairman of the Polish Football Association. Michel Platini has already […]