TOHIF is building a network of key actors in the battle against online hate in sport. This is a multi-faceted problem that requires fluid solutions. TOHIF brings together a range of diverse stakeholders to pool their expertise in addressing the problem together. Here are some of the organisations that have already joined the project as partners:
We’re looking to work with organisations that tackle racism, sexism, homophobia, ableism, Islamophobia, antisemitism and other forms of hate crime in football and work to foster inclusivity in the game.
If you’re involved in such an organisation, we would love to hear from you.
Specifically, we’re interested in your insights into:
How online hate effects the work you do.
The recurring barriers and challenges you encounter.
Your experience of dealing with other stakeholders (governing bodies, the media, policy makers, etc.)
Your key priorities for making football more inclusive.
TACKLING ONLINE HATE IN FOOTBALL
TOHIF was funded by UKRI-AHRC and the Irish Research Council under the ‘UK-Ireland Collaboration in the Digital Humanities Research Grants Call’ (grant numbers: AH/W001624/1 and IRC/W001624/1).
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