Partners

Fare network – The Netherlands

Fare network – The Netherlands

Founded in 1999, Fare’s purpose is to reduce inequalities and discrimination in football, as well as to use football as a vehicle for achieving social change in society. Fare is an umbrella organisation, with partners on every continent and a membership base of over 150 organisations across more than 40 countries

Integrated Dreams – Portugal

Integrated Dreams is a non-profit association dedicated to the inclusion of disabled individuals in the sports industry. With a mission to amplify disabled representation in sports, their vision is to create a sports world where everyone reaches their full potential. Inclusion, development, and education are their guiding principles, advocating for a barrier-free and disability-inclusive world.

Integrated Dreams – Portugal
European University Sports Association (EUSA) – Slovenia

European University Sports Association (EUSA) – Slovenia

EUSA Institute is a leading non-profit organization dedicated to promoting university sports in Europe. Supporting the European University Sports Association, which governs university sports with 46 member associations, EUSA emphasises the holistic development of sports, including competitions, education, and social values. Holding the licensing for major events like the European Universities Championships, they witness significant participation annually

Erasmus University Rotterdam

(Erasmus Research Centre for Media, Communication and Culture (ERMeCC)

ERMeCC, situated at Erasmus University Rotterdam, is a distinguished research hub within the Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication. Established in 2008, it emphasises interdisciplinary research, particularly in the nexus of media, society, and culture. A significant focus of ERMeCC’s research pertains to sports, with projects delving into topics such as race and gender in sport management, migration trends in professional football, and the portrayal of race and ethnicity in sports media. The centre not only investigates these subjects but also integrates them into their comprehensive educational programs, affirming their commitment to understanding and addressing the cultural dimensions of contemporary sports

Erasmus University Rotterdam
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Portugal Football Federation

The Portugal Football Federation (FPF), founded in 1914, is a non-profit organisation overseeing twenty-two district or regional associations, various clubs, players, and related entities. Its core mission is to promote and manage football and futsal nationally. With a team of 160, the FPF organizes 35 competitions, oversees 25 national teams, and represents a vast network of 1916 clubs and 197,000 registered players. A key goal is to foster an increase in participation, especially among youth, and create a positive sports environment. Beyond football, the FPF emphasizes social responsibility, championing causes related to diversity, sustainability, and promoting health and wellbeing.

Malta FA – Malta

Malta FA - Malta

Established in 1900, the Malta Football Association (Malta FA) is Malta’s oldest sports organization and a member of both FIFA and UEFA. It oversees 53 clubs and 13 Member Associations, promoting football and fostering youth interest in the sport. The association champions non-discrimination and actively collaborates with NGOs on social inclusion initiatives. the Malta FA actively supports social inclusion projects and collaborates with NGOs to address social issues like discrimination, integration, and gender equality through football.

Hawar.help – Germany

Founded in 2015, HÁWAR.help is a human rights organisation dedicated to creating a peaceful world where everyone can thrive safely, irrespective of background, faith, or gender. Operating in Iraq and Germany, they focus on empowering persecuted women, children, and minorities with educational and developmental opportunities. Additionally, they advocate for global compassion, reconciliation, and inclusive societal growth through education and awareness campaigns