The Ute Cup BRISWA joined the project, which is an excellent opportunity to the people, be of any nationality, religion or age, become familiar with each other's cultures in other countries.
The purpose of the BRISWA to try football at different levels to prevent racist acts, from all the players sites.
The objectives of the project:
Nowadays, almost during every match we witness situations that see certain players of a team as targets of racist insults or worse, and the recent happenings in Serbia, in the match between Partizan and RAD is just the last example of a long queue of such events. The BRISWA project is an EU-funded project (funded by the ERASMUS+ PROGRAMME - SPORT COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIP - GA 2016 - 3060) dealing with the problem of racism in football (and in Sports in general), trying to spread the message of equality among races, genders, religions etc. among football players, especially youngsters, and hence ultimately trying to “kick” racism out of all kind of courts, fields, stadiums and so on.
We are proud to present the 2’ GALLINI CUP in BUDAPEST, satellite event of Gallini World Cup, legendary italian youth football tournament. The event is reserved for male team under 15 and under 13, with several Serie A and European top teams involved. The 2 winners (one per category) will be hosted for free at 2018 Gallini World Cup in Pordenone (near Venice), that as tradition will run during Easter holidays.
This study will collect data from people of all ages. Your participation involves filling out this questionnaire that examines the phenomenon of racism. It will take you approximately 10-12 minutes to complete the survey.
Your participation is this study is voluntary. If you choose not to participate or to withdraw from the study at any time, there will be no penalty. The answers that you give will remain confidential and you will not be individually identified in any analysis of the results of this questionnaire. All information you provide will be anonymous and will be used for the specific purposes only.
Despite the fact that there may be no direct benefit to you, your participation in this survey will expand our knowledge and understanding of the current situation of racism in Europe and to identify the main drivers of such phenomena.
If you have any questions concerning the purposes of this research study or any other questions about the subject’s validity and ethical issues you can communicate with the BRISWA partner of your country.