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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Please clearly state in your email the following information:
• Name and Surname of each participant
• A contact email address and telephone number
• Your Institution


For more infohttp://www.briswa.eu/events/international-workshop/3rd-briswa-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

 

 

At the International Children Carneval Cup (11-13. August), will be presented and disseminate the BRISWA. Around 150 team participated on the tournament, from more country, like Romania, Slovakia and Ukraine.

15/18 June 2017, on the field of Comune Monte Compatri (Rome), it will take place the International Tournament “Memorial Giuseppe Augello”. 

Before the final match Juventus-Torino, young football players together to #SetRacismOffside with Briswa: because “the Ball Rolls In the Same Way for All”. The final match saw as refree three women.

Other match in which young football players wear Briswa shirt and show its banner were: Sporting Lisboa-Academy Fc; Tormenta-Frosinone.

During the tournament, several young football players of Lazio were interviewed about racism in football. 

 

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.

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UTE Cup 2017

Aim of the BRISWA project is to re-examine racism and discrimination in sport, define it in a more concise way and promote a more thorough and active approach against it. The idea was the dissimination of it on the UTE Cup last weekwend in Budapest. There were more than 100 team, and more than 1500 people, from several countries, for example Serbia, Ukraine, Romania, Palestine, and of course a lot of team from several settlements in Hungary. There were eight category, from U7 to U15.

On the weekend, the children were playing with other players from different countries, and culture. We made interviews, where the children could say how they feel, about the cup, when they played against foreign children. Most people said, the football is not a place for racism, it’s a possibility for to build friendships and acquaintance. Here is some pictures, than you can see how many people were in UTE Cup, who saw our banner with the slogan: the Ball Rolls In the Same Way for All.

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