Young people experience racism and discrimination on a number of levels – as perpetrators, victims and witnesses or bystanders.
They need age-appropriate support to help them learn how best to deal with conflict situations.
As social problems, discrimination and racism are also encountered in the classroom and in the school playground.
Schools offer a learning environment in which the causes and consequences of racial discrimination can be tackled and countermeasures can be developed and put into practice.
Like other leisure activities, sport can promote integration and help people to handle conflict in a constructive manner. Diversity is a reality in the sporting world, especially that of football.
Last modification 17.12.2018