FOREWORDS Foreword by Gianni Infantino, FIFA President Foreword by Fatma Samoura, FIFA Secretary General I BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES 1. Motivation behind this Good Practice Guide 2. FIFA’s strategic approach as a role model for its member associations II HUMAN RIGHTS, DIVERSITY AND ANTI-DISCRIMINATION 1. Human rights in football 2. What does diversity mean for football? 3. What does discrimination mean in football? 4. Examples of discrimination in football 5. FIFA against discrimination in football – history III IMPLEMENTATION OF DIVERSITY AND ANTI-DISCRIMINATION IN FOOTBALL Pillar 1: Regulations 1.1 Disciplinary code Safety and security in and around the stadium Employment and recruitment policy Diversity and anti-discrimination manager Examples from the global football family Pillar 2: Controls and sanctions 2.1 Identifying high-risk matches Anti-discrimination match observers Security measures in and around the stadium Referees duties and three-step procedure for discriminatory incidents Training of match officials and security personnel Examples of compliance with legal basis Examples from the global football family CONTENTS
FIFA GOOD PRACTICE GUIDE ON DIVERSITY AND ANTI-DISCRIMINATION / 3 Note: for the sake of simplicity, this FIFA Good Practice Guide only uses the masculine form, but is aimed at every person, regardless of gender.