|Reference : Preventing Violence in sport: A guidebook for cities|
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|Preventing Violence in sport: A guidebook for cities|
|Comeron, Manuel [Université de Liège - ULg > Département Psychologies et cliniques des systèmes humains > Ergonomie et intervention au travail >]|
|Bures, Radim [Council of Europe - Standing Comitee on Spectator Violence > > > >]|
|Johnston, Elizabeth [European Forum for Urban Security > > > >]|
|European Forum for Urban Security|
|[en] sport events ; international cooperation ; local policies ; violence prevention ; sport violence|
|[en] Large sports events, in football in particular, have become global and attract increasingly
large audiences on site and through media and broadcasting. Their impact on public life is growing accordingly, above all in host cities, since they are on the front line when it comes to ensure safety and security in and around stadiums, for spectators and local inhabitants. The objective of this publication is to support cities in the prevention of sport-related violence through the promotion of a multisectoral and comprehensive approach.
|European Commission (Directorate-General Home Affairs)|
|Gathering of all local forces to prevent violence in sporting events (GOAL)|
|European Union / European Commission|
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