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The Mahatma Gandhi Human Rights Organization is a Budapest based humanitarian organization that was created in 1992. The vision of the founder, Mr. Gibril Deen, is to fight for the rights of migrants and refugees, to combat racism and discrimination against foreigners and to encourage at all levels social inclusion in our community.

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Conference: Sport for Social Inclusion and for the Suppression of Racism in Football

Hungarian Football Association

(Magyar Labdarúgó Szövetség)

February 20, 2012

Mahatma Gandhi Human Rights Organisation (MGHRO) is a non-profit NGO established in Hungary in 1992 and its declared aims are to fight injustice and the increasing racism in the Hungarian society, help immigrants integrate in the Hungarian society both legally and socially, and reveal the beauty of African culture to a larger audience. As a member of the minority committee of the Hungarian Football Federation, MGHRO President Mr. Gibril Deen also incorporates sports in his efforts to counter racism and fight intolerance.

Over two decades the organization developed activities to reach these objectives, and will do so in 2012 as well, through, among others, public advocacy, cultural programs, sport events and educational campaigns.

Conferences and discussion forums are part of our activities and as such, we would like to draw your attention on the conference we are organizing with the Hungarian Football Association (MLSZ) on February 20th, 2012. The conference addresses the following issues: how to effectively involve migrants in both amateur and professional sports, how to reach out to talented migrant students and show them the creative and development potential of sports, and finally, what can be done by amateur and professional sports associations in order to include migrants in their clubs and foster a tolerant and open environment both on the football field and outside of it.

We believe this event offers the chance to have direct contact with sport stakeholders, club owners and coaches, as well as with people with migrant and minority background who are involved in sports. The event encourages a constructive dialogue between these groups and a good learning experience for all sides involved. Our organization firmly believes that football uses a language common to all people regardless of their social, religious, ethnical or national background. Therefore it brings together people of different cultures who, while playing, develop a relationship that penetrates the superficial layer of differences. Players interact with each other, learn from each other, and start focusing less on the differences and more on the commonalities. This dynamic will be visible in the private sphere as well. We have faith that step by step, through sports, we can achieve a more tolerant and inclusive society.   

Having in mind this values and objectives, we would like to sit down at this round table with sport stakeholders and representatives of sport associations, accomplished athletes and coaches, professional and amateur players, trainees and spectators, as well as with our partners and all the people interested in taking sports to a whole new level, and debate together on how to use football to foster peace and a tolerant society. 

Looking forward to meet you all at the conference which will take place at the MLSZ Headquarters (Kánai út 2.D., 1112 Budapest) on February 20th, 2012, between 10 am and 1pm.

Please confirm your attendance by writting an email to This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it .

 

 



  

SPIN - Sporttal a társadalmi beilleszkedésért, a rasszizmus visszaszorításáért a labdarúgásban

A Mahatma Gandhi Emberi Jogi Egyesület a Magyar Labdarúgó Szövetséggel karöltve konferenciát szervez SPIN- Sporttal a társadalmi beilleszkedésért, a rasszizmus visszaszorításáért a labdarúgásban címmel, melyre meghívjuk az összes NB 1-es NB 2-es Labdarúgó Klub képviselőjét.

A konferencián a felszólalók arról értekeznek, hogyan lehetne hatékonyabban fellépni a rasszista jelenségekkel szemben, hogyan lehetne bevonni a bevándorlókat a labdarúgásba, valamint a tehetséges kissebséghez tartozó fiatalokat hogyan lehetne a sport szeretetére nevelni. Úgy gondoljuk, hogy a sportpályán találkozó emberek a magánéletben is jobban elfogadják egymást. Egy olyan meccsen, ahol több országból származó játékosok játszanak együtt az emberek tanulhatnak egymástól, az esemény lehetőséget ad arra, hogy beszélgessenek, többet megtudjanak egymásról és így, ha legközelebb más kultúrájú emberrel találkoznak a magánéletben vagy akár a pályán, akkor reményeink szerint kevesebb előítélettel és nyitottabban viszonyulnak hozzájuk.

Nagy tisztelettel szeretnénk Önt meghivni konferenciánkra.

Ideje: 2012. február 20. 10:00-13:00

Konferencia helye:    MLSZ Székház, Budapest, Kánai út 2.D. 

Tisztelettel kérjük, jelezze vissza 2012.02.06.-ig hogy részt tud-e venni rendezvényünkön.

 

 További infó: MLSZ 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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