Berlin, Buenos Aires, and Istanbul.
He works on the issues of diversity and anti-discrimination, violence and prevention in sports and fandom, and also advises sports organizations on strategies and
In 2020, he will publish a book on combat sports in the militant far right in Europe.
Amongst others, she worked for the Koordinationsstelle Fanprojekte der dsj – KOS (Coordinating Centre of Fan Projects at the German Sports Youth), as Supporter Liaison Officer for German side FC St. Pauli at Fanladen St. Pauli and as International Development Officer for the Football Supporters Federation – FSF (now called The FSA). She was one of the co-founders and long-time CEO of Football Supporters Europe (FSE), the biggest umbrella organisation of football supporters on the European continent, and has also worked as a consultant for the United Nations on diversity-related topics around football.
To date, Daniela is working for the BBAG (Federal Working Group of Disabled Supporters) and heading their Advisory Center KickIn! providing guidance and advice to clubs and fans on inclusion and diversity in football. As part of her volunteer work, Daniela initiated the exhibition project “Fantastic Females” on female fandom in Europe that has been touring different countries since 2018.
worked as Senior Political Advisor to the OSCE High Commissioner on National
Minorities. She graduated in Political Science and Human Rights Law from the
Institut des Hautes Études Européennes in Strasbourg and studied at the
Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse, USA. She specializes
in comparative human and minority rights law, conflict prevention and good
governance. She previously worked for the Council of Europe in different
positions, including in the Secretariat of the Framework Convention for the
Protection of National Minorities from 2001 to 2008, and more recently the
European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI). Prior to joining
the Council of Europe, Stéphanie worked as Campaign Officer at Amnesty
International in Washington DC.
diversity and anti-discrimination support and advice to a range of industries, from sport and
education to the financial and voluntary sectors.
Chris’s sport clients include Chelsea FC, Premiership Rugby, Rangers FC, Sport Scotland, Sport Wales.
Prior to setting up his consultancy, Chris previously worked for Stonewall, the national LGB&T charity and the English FA, developing equality education for the pro and grassroots games.
researcher at the History Department of the Erasmus University Rotterdam. She works within the project Sport and Nation.
Her PhD research is on Football Fandom and Holocaust Education. Her research involves educational programmes initiated to prevent discrimination and antisemitism in football stadiums in the Netherlands.
Currently, she is completing her second studies at Konstanz University in conflict management, international administration and peace building. She has joined a
research project on the drivers of CSR measures in professional football clubs with a specific focus on what clubs are doing around governance, environmental impact and socially through their community programs and strategies.
For the past 8 years, she has worked in the sport for development sector. For the first years, she gained invaluable experience working directly with coaches, teachers and trainers as well as youth to design and deliver nonformal education programs and more recently as a consultant on various gender,sport for development projects supporting with curricula/ toolkit development and monitoring, evaluation and learning.
In 2020 he has published a book: Politics, Ideology and Football Fandom: The Transformation of Modern Poland(together with R. Kossakowski and P. Nosal) with Routledge. He has authored or co-authored three books and more than 50 peer-reviewed papers or book chapters. He is an avid fan of Widzew Lodz football team. Outside of Poland his favourite clubs are: Borussia Dortmund and Celtic Glasgow.