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ritish Embassy


Warsaw


Would like to invite you to an international conference


Sport against racism and xenophobia
3-4 November 2004

Villa Decius, Kraków


Programme
3 NOVEMBER 2004, (Wednesday)
10.30 Registration of participants
11.00 Welcome by Danuta Glondys, Director of the Villa Decius Association
Opening of the conference by HRH Prince Edward


    1. Inauguration lecture – Prof. Józef Lipiec, Jagiellonian University




    1. PANEL DEBATE I - SPORT AND THE FACES OF RACISM AND XENOPHOBIA

Keynote debate looking into new forms of racism; relationships between sports and racism and xenophobia, and specific tangible social problems resulting from this phenomenon. The role of the academic circles in combating intolerance in sport, as well as the role of the international institutions and organisations in promoting of fair play rules.


Moderator: Rafał Geremek, Wprost National Weekly
Prof. Marian Bukowiec, Rector of Academy of Physical Education, Krakow
Prof. Józef Lipiec, Jagiellonian University, Krakow
Prof. Andrzej Kijowski*, Polish Association of Sports Law, Poznan
Irena Szewińska*, Polish Olympic Committee, Warsaw
Dominika Sadowska, Ministry of Interior and Administration, Warsaw
Prof. Zbigniew Nęcki*, Director of the Institute of Economy and Management, Jagiellonian University; social psychologist, Krakow
Piara Powers, Kick it Out and Football Against Racism in Europe, London
13.00 LUNCH
14.00 PANEL DEBATE II – LAW AND POLITICS IN COMBATING RACISM AND

XENOPHOBIA
Debate concerning the legal instruments for combating various forms of discrimination. The subjects examined shall include projects by governmental and local administration.
Moderator: Artur Paszko, Ph.D., Expert for the Consulting Office of the Ministry of Interior and Administration, Krakow
Edyta Tuta, Officer of European Centre of Monitoring of Racism and Xenophobia, Ministry of Interior and Administration, Warsaw
Andrzej Baczewski, Deputy Director of Security Council of Sports Events, Ministry of National Education and Sport, Warsaw
David Zilkha, Commission for Racial Equality, London
Krystyna Kollbek, Director of Department of Social Affairs, City of Krakow

Eugeniusz Szczerbak, Deputy Chief Constable, Warsaw
Krzysztof Markiel, Director of the Department of Education and Culture, Malopolska Region



    1. Coffee break




    1. PANEL DEBATE III – SPORT AND MEDIA.


Moderator: Jan Piekło, journalist, ZNAK Foundation, Krakow
Do the media promote xenophobia and discrimination in sport? Discussion panel on the increasing level of media responsibility in the field of campaigning for tolerance and combating the stereotypes in sport.
Ryszard Niemiec, former editor-in-chief of Gazeta Krakowska Daily, President of The Football Federation of Małopolska, Krakow
Robert Błoński*, Gazeta Wyborcza National Daily, Warsaw
Stefan Szczepłek, Rzeczpospolita National Daily, Warsaw
Janusz Andrzejowski*, President of Radio Krakow-Malopolska

Representative of RMF, Krakow*
Michał Kocięba, spokesman of Polish Football Association, Warsaw
Sergiusz Kowalski*, media sociologist, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw
17.30 DINNER
19.30 Roads to freedom – concert, Rotunda Culture Centre
Musicians – TREBUNIE-TUTKI; NGOMA AFRICA
4 NOVEMBER 2004, (Thursday)
9.30 PANEL DEBATE IV – SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF SPORT. BEST PRACTICE CASE STUDY
Would it be reasonable to speak about any mission of sport and any responsibility in promoting tolerance and building open communication patterns? The presentation of the best practice case studies of the sport clubs in fighting against racism and xenophobia.
Moderator: Jolanta Ambrosewicz-Jacobs, Ph. D., Jagiellonian University, Krakow

Henryk Kasperczak, the coach, Wisła Krakow Football Team
Piara Powers, Kick it Out and Football Against Racism in Europe, London
Representative of Charlton Athletic Football Club*
Jacek Purski, Never Again Association, Warsaw
Longin Komołowski*, President of the Board of Polish Paraolympic Committee, Warsaw
11.30 Coffee break
11.45 PANEL DEBATE V – THE ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITY OF SPORTING ORGANISATIONS, FANS AND SPORTS PEOPLE
What does the social mission of the sport clubs mean? Might the way of sportsman’s behavior be more effective in combating xenophobia than programs realized by the government?
Moderator: Michał Olszański*, Polish Radio Program 3, Warsaw
Jerzy Engel, former national football team coach (2000-2002), Warsaw
Mateusz Kusznierewicz*, multiple Olympic and world sailing champion
Mark Perryman, English Fan Ambassador, London
Edward Stawiarz*, Chairman of WKS Wawel, Krakow
ks. prof. Zachariasz Łyko*, The Christian Theological Academy, Warsaw
Robert Strupiechowski, Wisła Krakow Sports Association *
13.45 Concluding panel
14.00 Farewell lunch
*to be confirmed

Accompanying events:


  • Road to freedom – concert




  • Presentation of media coverage showing racist photographs, fragments of articles, visual spots.



Conference language: Polish and English
Simultaneous translation: Aleksander Jakimowicz, Piotr Krasnowolski
If you intend to participate in the conference, we request you to confirm your presence as soon as possible by sending the attached participation form (either by fax or e-mail) to Mrs Jadwiga Figiel. The number of participants is limited.


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