FC Barcelona, with its company dedication to the removal of any type of kind of physical violence and sexist practices in the direction of females, has actually signed up with the analysis of the Manifesto from the World of Sport, laid out by the General Secretary of Sport and Physical Activity from the Generalitat, the Catalan local federal government, accomplished by sportspersons from La Masia, gamers from the basketball young people groups and the gamers from Barça CBS.
The analysis of the policy occurred for the very first time on a really unique event, the females’s Clásico versus Real Madrid, Barça Women’s initial video game at the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys, before 38,707 followers.
In the accumulation to the video game versus Real Madrid on 19 November, Emma Gálvez from the females’s C group, Noa Benito from the U14C group, Elyiott Andreas from the U16B group and Gerard Mullol from the U14A group all reviewed the policy which knocked all kinds of male physical violence in the direction of females and asks for secure sporting activity, without physical violence and based upon regard, security, self-respect, equal rights and flexibility for all individuals.
This occasion will certainly be duplicated on 26 November at the Palau Blaugrana prior to the Barça’s basketball video game in the Endesa League. The analysis of the policy will certainly be accomplished by Marc Puertas and Leo Encina, 2 gamers create the basketball U16A side and Irene Broncano and Karla Erjavec from Barça CBS.
Just 2 days later on, on Tuesday 28 November throughout half time of the Champions League video game in between Barça and FC Porto, Sidney Jose Só Delgado and Íker Rodríguez from the U16A group and once more Emma Gálvez from the females’s C group and Noa Benito from the U14C group will certainly review out the components of the policy to the followers in the arena.
FC Barcelona sign up with the project “ We open our eyes to male physical violence Decide.”
With Alexia Putellas and Sergi Roberto participating, FC Barcelona includes its assistance to the institutional project led by the Generalitat versus physical violence in the direction of females “We open our eyes to male physical violence. Decide,” which intends to highlight the frequency of such activities and just how individuals ought to respond if they witness it.
In specific, the project advises individuals to decide in reporting any type of fierce scenario by means of the cry to ‘open our eyes‘, stood for by the project‘s ‘removing the blindfold.’
Internal growth ‘Equality: recognize it to remove male physical violence in the direction of females’
On 23 November at the Club’s centers, a training session ‘Equality: recognize it to remove male physical violence in the direction of females’ occurred. The campaign from the Department of Diversity, Equality and Inclusion was led by Marta Macias, a legal representative and professional on public law relating to sex equal rights.
With the goal of locating a typical area, the topic of equal rights in between males and females in organisations was brought up by means of a representation of the present scenario and the socialisation of sex, checking out the patriarchal system and creating factors such as placements of power, sex stereotypes and the distinction in operation of time in between sexes and residential co-responsibility.
A company dedication and combination right into the Club’s Statutes
In October 2021 the Club desired to include right into the Club’s Statutes its dedication to finish physical violence in the direction of females. To be a lot more precise, in an area in write-up 4T which identifies the essential and standard concepts of human beings included in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. An examination that develops that the Club ‘wi ll assistance equivalent legal rights and the self-respect of individuals’ and to do so the Club will certainly ‘advertise the d emocratic legal rights of equal rights and non-discrimination’, including ‘it will certainly function to remove all sexist, homophobic and raci st mindsets in culture and sporting activity.’