What has kicked-off sucessfully at the EURO 2004 in Portugal, will now see a further development at the FIFA World Cup in Germany. Under the slogan Football Unites the FARE network will carry out an anti-racism programme, which is backed by the German World Cup Organising Committee and FIFA.
1. A mobile Streetkick game will tour eleven host cities. Supporters and ethnic minorities will have the opportunity to get closed by the means of street football. The tours is accompanied by an exhibition displaying examples of anti-racism work in football across Europe.
2. A bilingual anti-racism fanzine features among others statements of 19 participating national team captains, where they speak out against racism and discrimination.
3. A reporting hotline is open to all supporters who witness both positive and negative incidents with regard to racism and anti-racism in and around stadiums: Tel. 0049 (0) 151 520 78 186, eMail: email@example.com
4. FARE activists will monitor selected matches to document racist incidences inside stadiums.
Watch out for further details on the actual programme on www.FAREnet.org