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FAIRER project

FAIRER PROJECT

FOOTBALL AGAINST RADICAL BEHAVIOUR

Supported by UEFA

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FAIRER project
FAIRER project
FAIRER project

About FAIRER

The FAIRER project intends to address radicalisation through sport, particularly football, by developing, testing and validating guidelines for football stakeholders aimed at preventing youth radicalisation. FAIRER will have a duration of 36 months and will provide a methodology which will be freely accessible to all European citizens and also beyond Europe.

Identify shared and standardized guidelines in the fight against radicalisation.

Guidelines

Provide centrality to football and to football fans as promoters of non-radicalised behaviour.

Centrality

Favour positive attitudinal and behavioural change with the aim of preventing radicalisation through football.

Change

Create collaborative and active networks including football federations and clubs, national institutions and relevant associations (e.g. fans’ associations and NGOs) aiming at preventing radicalisation.

Collaborative networks

Make football associations’ role central in the prevention against radicalisation as well as an important vector for social inclusiveness and integration.

Integration

Promote a culture of active engagement against radicalization among football stakeholders.

Engagement

The main aim of the FAIRER project is to use sport and specifically football to fight radicalization among the football environment as well as at the society level.

With an approach of active prevention, FAIRER combines several priorities: fighting radicalization through sport and enhance the perception of sport as a vector of social integration and education.

Project Partners

The partnership is composed of four national football federations:

Federatia Romana de Fotbal

Latvijas Futbola Federācija

Malta Football Association

Irish Football Association

And one academic partner:

University of Modena and Reggio Emilia

Federatia Romana de Fotbal

Latvijas Futbola Federācija

Malta Football Association

Irish Football Association

Federatia Romana de Fotbal

Latvijas Futbola Federācija

Malta Football Association

Irish Football Association

University of Modena and Reggio Emilia

Federatia Romana de Fotbal

Latvijas Futbola Federācija

Malta Football Association

Irish Football Association

FAIRER Network

» UEFA-Union of European Football Associations (Switzerland)

» Department for interethnic relations of the Secretary of state (Romania)

» Dinamo Bucharest football club (Romania)

» Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Latvia (Latvia)

» Football club FK Metta (Latvia)

» Ireland National Police and Security Service (Ireland)

» Department of communities-Fresh start team (Northern Ireland)

» GARDA National Diversity and Integration Unit (Ireland)

» Amalgamation of Official Northern Ireland Supporters’ Clubs (Northern Ireland)

» Royal Belgian Football Association (Belgium)

» Football Unit of the Ministry of Interior (Belgium)

» The Belgium supporters Association (Belgium)

» Football Supporters Europe eV (Germany)

Federatia Romana de Fotbal

Latvijas Futbola Federācija

Malta Football Association

Irish Football Association

We are creating collaborative and active networks that includes football federations and clubs, national institutions and relevant associations (e.g. fans’ associations and NGOs), aiming at preventing youth radicalization.

 

Our expending network of supporting organisations include:

University of Modena and Reggio Emilia

Follow our social media

Check out some of the posts from our project partners' social media platforms…

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New Erasmus+ Project

Malta Football Association - 1900

We welcome “FAIRER - Football AgaInst Radical bEhaviouRs”, a project in collaboration with FRF, RBFA, MFA, IFA and the Unimore (Italy)…

Welcome to FAIRER

maltafa1900

👉The Malta FA is collaboration with four partner 🤝 in the @erasmusplusprojects #FAIRER whose main aim is to fight🫂 radicalisation…

FAIRER project

@MaltaFA1900

The Malta FA is collaborating with 4 other federations in the FAIRER #ErasmusPlus project. More details in link
https://bit.ly/3ZL0xJ9 

A 3-year project

Malta Football Association​

The Malta FA is collaborating with 4 other federations in the FAIRER #ErasmusPlus project. A 3-year project whose main aim is to fight radicalisation.

Malta FA collaborates with other Federations

FAIRER is an Erasmus+ project intended to address radicalisation through sport, particularly football, by developing, testing and validating guidelines…

FRF e partener în proiectul FAIRER

Federația Română de Fotbal

Care își propune să lupte contra radicalizării în sport, mai ales în fotball, prin dezvoltarea, testarea și validarea…

Combaterea radicalizării

Federația Română de Fotbal

În cadrul proiectului FAIRER, FRF contruibuie alături de parteneri la prevenirea și combaterea radicalizării. Elevi de liceu, forțe de poliție și…

Combaterea radicalizării

Federatia Romana de Fotbal

În cadrul proiectului FAIRER, FRF contruibuie alături de parteneri la prevenirea și combaterea radicalizării. Elevi de liceu, forțe de poliție și…

Projekta FAIRER mērķis

Futbola federācija

Šajā projektā iesaistītie partneri kopā ar Rumānijas, Ziemeļīrijas, Latvijas un Maltas federācijām ir arī Modēnas un Redžio di Emilijas universitātes Itālijā…

Projekta FAIRER mērķis

LFF - Latvian Football Federation

Partners of the FAIRER project, funded by Erasmus+, were hosted by the Football Federation of Northern Ireland to discuss the project's progress…

Futbols pret radikalizāciju

LFF iesaistās FAIRER projektā. Latvijas futbola federācija (LFF) ir partneris ERASMUS+ projektā FAIRER…

Sadarbojoties ar ERASMUS+

llf_futbols

Projektā FAIRER runājām par iespējām, kā cīnīties ar radikalizāciju futbolā un…

LFF 🤝🏻 FAIRER

Latvian Football

Futbols pret radikalizāciju…

Unimore partecipa al progetto FAIRER

Unimore - Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia

Mirato a combattere la radicalizzazione attraverso il calcio…

Irish FA hosts partners

Irish FA

🙌 Great to host partners from the Erasmus+ FAIRER project, a programme intended to address and prevent radicalisation through sport ⤵️

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