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26 November 2018

FIFA Human Rights Advisory Board publishes its second report

Author: FIFA

FIFA published the second report of its Human Rights Advisory Board, a group of eight independent experts from the United Nations, trade unions, civil society and FIFA sponsors who provide advice and recommendations to FIFA on how to strengthen the...

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12 November 2018
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Author: Corentin Dautreppe, AFP & ARTE

« Fichage ethnique: en pleine tourmente, le PSG s'active pour se défendre », 9 novembre 2018...

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25 October 2018

FIFA Human Rights Advisory Board conducts site visit to Qatar; highlights progress & ongoing challenges

Author: FIFA Human Rights Advisory Board

"Update Statement by FIFA’s Human Rights Advisory Board Following the Board’s Fourth Biannual Meeting", Oct 2018...

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13 September 2018

Commentary : FIFA and the IOC's reporting tools can help provide an avenue for human rights complaints

Author: Daniela Heerdt, Rights as Usual

"FIFA and the IOC’s Human Rights Reporting Tools – a Flower in the Remedy Bouquet", 9 September 2018...

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  • Related companies: FIFA
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16 August 2018

FIFA issues clarification on reported changes to its Code of Ethics, including addition of defamation as an offense

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13 August 2018

FIFA statement on the procedures involving the four activists who invaded the pitch at the 2018 FIFA World Cup final match

FIFA has been closely following the developments in relation to the four activists who entered the pitch at the 2018 FIFA World Cup final match between the French and Croatian national teams and caused a halt to the game....

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17 July 2018

Russia: Pussy Riot protestors arrested for World Cup pitch demonstration; FIFA issues public statement

Related items: FIFA launched complaints mechanism & statement to support human rights defenders & press freedom; UN endorses move FIFA Human Rights Advisory Board releases update on advice to FIFA on the World Cup 2018 and 2026 Bid Evaluation

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12 June 2018

Briefing reviews measures taken by sponsors of the Swedish Football Association to address human rights risks associated with 2018 FIFA World Cup

Swedwatch's latest briefing "The 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia: Sponsorship and human rights" focuses on the role of corporate sponsors in addressing human rights risks associated with major sporting events. It highlights measures taken by sponsors of...

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12 June 2018
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Author: UNICEF y la Oficina del Representante Especial del Secretario General sobre la violencia contra los niños

“Invertir en la prevención de la violencia contra los niños es un buen negocio: ONU”, 8 de junio de 2018...

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12 June 2018

UN study highlights positive practices from the business sector to prevent violence against children in Latin America and the Caribbean

Author: UNICEF and the Office of the UN Special Representative of the Secretary General on Violence against Children

“Investing in the prevention of violence against children is good business: UN”, 8 of June 2018...

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