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Fri 16 Jul, 2010
By Danielle Carter


Therefore the creation of this online survey will give interested parties from all around the world the chance to put forward their views and opinions on Football v Homophobia

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In response to the massive interest shown in the Football v Homophobia initiative set up by The Justin Campaign this year, the organisation has decided to create an online survey as part of a global consultation process ahead of the 2011 event.

Football v Homophobia itself was initially created as an international day opposing homophobia in football, which provided an opportunity for individuals, communities and teams the world over to communicate their disapproval of homophobia in football and celebrate football’s diverse following under the banner of Football v Homophobia.

The way in which the Football v Homophobia initiative has been taken up internationally in its first year has made The Justin Campaign realise as a campaigning organisation how widespread the problem of homophobia in football really is. Homophobia isn't just prevalent in the European game but has infected the game throughout the rest of the world.



Therefore the creation of this online survey will give interested parties from all around the world the chance to put forward their views and opinions on Football v Homophobia and the results will consequently help The Justin Campaign to understand how this international day of opposition can be enjoyed by people the world over.

The survey can be found at: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BG7TGD

The closing date for this survey is fast approaching: Friday 30th July 2010.

 

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