3nd BRISWA International Workshop, 27th September 2017 at 09:00, in University of Debrecen Campus in Böszörményi Road, together to #SetRacismOffside with the support of the European Commission.

Will attend at the event: Dr. Zoltán Szilvássy (Rector D University), Dr. Eng. Stefano Armenia (President of SYDIC and BRISWA Coordinator), Tibor Vámos (President HU F. F. Fair Play committee), Istvan Pisont (Exprofessional home and abroad player and Member of HU. F. F. Fair Play committee), Dr. Gibril Deen (President of the a Mahatma Gandhi Human Rights Organization), Laszló Fabian (Secretary General Olympic Champion), György Szöllősi (Chief editor of Nemzeti Sport, Sport journalist), and many others.

To partecipate at the event, reserve your seat (limited availability) and register to the event by sending your participation request at the following email address:
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For more infohttp://www.briswa.eu/events/international-workshop/3rd-briswa-international-workshop.html

 

On 14/15 December in Thessaloniki - at university of Macedonia - there will be the fourth workshop of international BRISWA project - The Ball Rolls In The Same Way for All. In this couple of days will be possible discuss with all the compotents of the project, analyse the work done till today and finalise the points to improve in the next campaign. Furthermore will be discuss about modality and method of distribution to get as more as possible partner to our initiative.

During the meeting will be shown the actual results got with a focus on scientific and anthropologic studied that will be the basis to build new method useful to tackle racism in football world. Will be very important analyse every single existing situation in the joint country to draw up a general report and understand even the work needed in the media field cause is important be strong and believable in that field to expand our messages.

For this a crew of expert will be called to take in exam fact and single situations to let all the components be part of the project.

This is the program:
14th December 2017 15.00-18.00 - BRISWA Expert meeting

15th December 2017
9.30 - 16.00 - public event - 4th BRISWA International Workshop

To reserve a seat for the event and for more informations about how to reach the location follow the link below:

http://www.briswa.eu/events/international-workshop/4th-international-workshop.html

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.

Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf1kEk2qpsDYqloLWFFRRJHmcd5SuHddhyBqapIT16X_sca6A/viewform

 

 

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.

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Per promuovere un senso di appartenenza e di condivisione, secondo il progetto internazionale Briswa, la palla rotola nello stesso modo per tutti. Questo è il primo passo per evitare #racism.
La palla rotola per tutti allo stesso modo. Questa iniziativa è stata introdotta il Mercoledì alle Comune Di Monte Compatri (#Rome), dove si trova la squadra di calcio FC Academy: la squadra e altri sei partner, il sostegno della Commissione Europea grazie al programma Erasmus + Sport vogliono condividere un semplice messaggio: #SetRacismOffside.

 

 

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