Football and Refugees – Addressing key challenges – UEFA good practices

Football and Refugees – Addressing key challenges – UEFA good practices

For the 2020 #FootballPeople action weeks kick-off, UEFA, together with its member associations, is launching a collection of good practices entitled “Football and Refugees – Addressing key challenges”.

This resource is the result of the recent UEFA Study Group Scheme seminar, that was held in Dublin. Fourteen national associations have contributed to the guide, highlighting their own experiences with refugees and providing advice and recommendations for the football community at large.

The main goal of this collection is to help European national associations, along with other bodies, to implement their own specific initiatives, showing how football can have an impact in lessening difficulties that have emerged as a result of the recent migrant crisis in Europe.

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