Football, antifascism and protest

Heroes of the Terraces is a new publication from the HOPE not hate Charitable Trust which celebrates those who have used football to take a stand against division and hate, in the game and in society.

Heroes tells the stories of those clubs that have antifascism running through their DNA, and that when fascist regimes have tried to use football to win support for their murderous regimes, players and supporters, often at huge personal risk, refused to obey.

Read select articles from the new magazine.

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Demonstranten der Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) halten am 02.09.2013 Plakate auf einer Demonstration in Düsseldorf (Nordrhein-Westfalen) hoch. Die Eurokritiker der AfD hoffen auf den Einzug in den Bundestag. Foto: Jan-Philipp Strobel/dpa +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
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Afghanistan: the far right response

Safya Khan-Ruf looks at the far right reaction to the Taliban takeover of the country, and warns about far right attempts to poison public opinion against refugees from the conflict.

17/09/2021 - Safya Khan-Ruf
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The Bizarre and dangerous rituals of Patriotic Alternative & a cucumber for the National Front

One of the most active (and bizarre) far right group’s active in Britain is Mark Collett’s Patriotic Alternative, though I prefer to call it Patriotic…

13/09/2021 - Matthew Collins
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The Singles are ready to mingle

The involvement and influence of far-right activists in the anti-lockdown/anti-vaccine/Covid denial movement is becoming ever clearer. Among those emerging from this murky sub-culture are none…

08/09/2021 - Duncan Cahill
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