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Copy of Copy of Copy of Class Presentation

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Sarah Gladiator

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Transcript of Copy of Copy of Copy of Class Presentation

Homosexuality in Sports
Discrimination of Homosexuals in Football
- Masculine culture; Fans are especially harsh on gays.

- Some clubs do not want players to come out, fearing a drop in their commercial value

Justin Fashanu
- FvH is an international initiative opposing homophobia in football

Class Presentation

By: Laurine Klinkenberg
Sarah Gladiator
Nigel Lim

Jason Collins
Gareth Thomas
Goals of the Organization
- Make existing football structures safe, welcoming and inclusive for LGBT people

- Create opportunities for LGBT people to engage with football

- Improve representation of LGBT people throughout football
Online resources

* Social networks:
YouTube channel
Fans v Homophobia network

* Partnership:
The FA = the football association
The Gay Football Supporters Network
FARE Network = Football Against Racism in Europe
Government Equality Office
Just a Ball Game?
Kick It Out
LGBT History Month
Professional Footballers Association

* Donation:
Possibility to fill in a formular on the site to support the cause

* Magazine:
Football v Homophobia Fanzine

* Online Shop:

Offline resources
* Workshop/conference
In partnership with BBC Sport

* Anti homophobia football match

* Football tournament

* Education and training

taking action
for Football v Homophobia
... Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City,
Stoke City ...
online petition platforms
In partnership with amnesty international
"Insults against LGBTI individuals in South Africa are common, as are hate crimes like sexual assault and other physical attacks"
Social Media
Mainstream Media
Campaign´s Outreach
"More than half of the 20 Premier League clubs
have signed up to the 'Football v Homophobia' campaign"
Manchester United
Aston Villa
Crystal Palace
Manchester City
West Ham
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