Football history and its power for social change – we’d like to hear your thoughts21 February 2019

TheFarenetwork,togetherwithEUROCLIOandourpartnersinthe “FootballMakesHistory” project,wouldliketoofferyoutheopportunitytocontributeyourthoughtsontheeducationalpoweroffootballhistorytodrivesocialchange.

The Football Makes History project team is currently developing educational materials for formal and non-formal education using football as a gateway to educate about issues around social inclusion and anti-discrimination.

We would like to learn more about if you face and how you deal with subjects such as inclusion, exclusion, diversity, and discrimination in your work. Do you think materials dealing with football history could offer a way to teach about it? Do you know of existing materials that the project team should be aware of?

Please help us out by sharing your opinions in our anonymous survey. The survey is aimed at educators working in both formal and non-formal settings. Whether you’re a classroom teacher or a youth worker at a local football club, we are interested to hear your opinion.

The data collected will be part of a public report that will be compiled and edited by the Anne Frank House. The report will be made available by EUROCLIO and will guide in the development of high-quality educational materials that respond to the needs of educators.

The deadline to fill in the survey is Friday 15 March 2019. Please feel free to share it with your colleagues and peers. You can view and fill out the survey here.