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  Football Against Racism in Europe • Home          (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Be it from fans, players, clubs or other football bodies, FARE believes that such behaviour, on and off the field, is unacceptable and unwanted by the majority of fans and players.
Tackling Racism in Club Football - A Guide For Clubs has been issued initially in English to herald the start of the new UEFA club competition season and is the latest step in the concerted campaign being waged by UEFA and FARE to rid the game of racism and discrimination.
The guide contains an explanation of racism and the different manifestions of discrimination and intolerance, such as anti-semitism or homophobia, and provides clubs with important ground rules for specific activities in tackling racism.
www.farenet.org   (573 words)

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Racism refers to beliefs, practices, and institutions that negatively discriminate against people based on their perceived or ascribed race.
Racism may be expressed individually and consciously, through explicit thoughts, feelings, or acts, or socially and unconsciously, through institutions that promote inequalities among "races".
The history of racism is closely tied with the history of the concept of race itself, which is the topic of the article on race.
wikiwhat.com /encyclopedia/r/ra/racism.html   (2985 words)

 Racism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Henceforth, medieval racism was opposed to nationalism and the nation-state: the comte de Montlosier, in exile during the French Revolution, who borrowed Boulainvilliers' discourse on the "Nordic race" as being the French aristocracy that invaded the plebeian "Gauls", thus showed his despise for the Third Estate calling it "this new people born of slaves...
While 19th century racism is related to nationalism (some authors have opposed a "close nationalism", based on racism, etc., towards an "open nationalism", based on the universalist conception of the nation, etc.), medieval racism precisely divides the nation into various non-biological "races", which are the consequences of historical conquests and social conflicts.
Racism may be expressed individually and consciously, through explicit thoughts, feelings, or acts, or socially and unconsciously, through institutions that promote inequalities among "races", as in institutional racism.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Racism   (6010 words)

 94.04.04: Changing Attitudes in America
Racism is the theory or idea that there is a link between inherited physical traits and certain traits of personality, intellect, or culture combined with the notion that some races are inherently superior to others.1
Institutional racism may not necessarily involve intent because it may be submerged in the history, structure, and function of the institution.
Racism is an excessive and irrational belief in or advocacy of the superiority of a given group, people, or nation, on racial grounds alone.
www.yale.edu /ynhti/curriculum/units/1994/4/94.04.04.x.html   (6563 words)

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Welcome to the website of the European Commission against Racism and Intolerance
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights
ECRI’s Chair to take part in special debate on the state of human rights and democracy in Europe
www.coe.int /ecri   (60 words)

 "Zionism is Racism" - The Peace Encyclopedia
In 1975, the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution slandering Zionism by equating it with racism.
When they talk of human rights I remember the innocent Jews hanging on the public gallows in Baghdad, among them, incidentally, the cousin of a member of my delegation to the United Nations whose young pregnant wife was forced to watch the execution.
When, in 1975, it passed a criminal resolution equating Zionism with racism, the UN delegate from Costa-Rica noted that the resolution "was an invitation to genocide against the Jewish people."
www.yahoodi.com /peace/zisr.html   (1424 words)

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