• Thursday Jun 05, 2014

    Webb’s message on Global Watch: Say No to Racism and Discrimination in all sport

    Message from Jeffrey Webb, Chairman of the FIFA Anti-Racism and Discrimination Task Force, showcased during the launch of the Global Watch: Say No to Racism and Discrimination in all sport.

    The initiative, unveiled to international media in Doha, Qatar, on June 5, aimed at addressing the challenges arising from racism and discrimination in all sport globally. 

    Political and social activist, Tokyo Sexwale is leading this important project, in a strategic partnership with the Nelson Mandela Foundation and the Doha Goals Forum Foundation. 

    Global Watch builds upon the hard work and long involvement of many organizations across the world that are taking a stand against racism and discrimination.

     

     

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