CMFE - Community Media Forum Europe
Community Media Forum Europe (CMFE) is a network an expert group strengthen the participation of the “Third Media Sector” in European
discussion and decision-making processes. This sector is made up of non profit-making media serving a local community or a community of interest
and has as such a clearly distinct identity alongside the national public service sector and private commercial media. The CMFE is a common
platform for networks, national federations and projects active within this sector, with a total of 90 members from 23 European countries.
EPAS : Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport
A group of 34 States from the Council of Europe and beyond are members of the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport to develop sport policies at european level, in cooperation with sport
federations and NGOs. The aim of EPAS is to promote sport and emphasise its positive values, making it healthier, fairer and better governed.
FairPlay - Different Colours. One Game
The “FairPlay. Different Colours. One Game” campaign was launched by the VIDC in 1997 within the framework of the European Union Year Against Racism. The objective of this first and only
nationwide intercultural sports project is to use the popularity and integrative power of football to fight racism and other forms of discrimination by means of pro-active methods.
IFJ - International Federation of Journalists
The International Federation of Journalists is the world's largest organisation of journalists representing over 600.000 journalists.
Media Animation : Communication & Education
Media Animation (MA) is a Belgian nonprofit organisation and a resource center focused on media literacy. MA is facilitating the networking (Euromeduc and EuroMediaLiteracy)
of the main European media literacy bodies in Europe.
UEFA (Union des Associations Européennes de Football) is the governing body of European football. UEFA’s political structure is a representative democracy based on 53 member associations,
which is supported by 19 specialised committees that shape UEFA policies on issues such as national team competitions, refereeing and club licensing. As a non-profit organisation, it
redistributes income into football development, supporting its mission to promote and protect European football at every level of the game.
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