Kick-off for “Kein Platz für Rassismus und Antisemitismus“ [“No Place for Racism and anti-Semitism”] 2022, launch of the campaign film

The film engagingly documents the commitment of the more than forty participating soccer clubs in Berlin, and thus motivates further clubs to join the campaign.

Just in time for the German Football Association’s (DFB) campaign day against Racism under the
slogan #BewegtgegenRassismus on March 27, 2022, the Berlin Football Association (BFV) and
Berlin gegen Nazis are releasing their film “No Place for Racism”. It is Berlin’s contribution to the campaign day as part of the International Weeks Against Racism. At the same time, the release marks the start of the long-term campaign “No Place for Racism and anti-Semitism” in 2022.

The BFV receives expert support from the Mobilen Beratung gegen Rechtsextremismus Berlin (MBR). Hamid Mohseni, consultant at MBR:

Only those who recognize racism and antiSemitism and know how they operate can show them the red card. MBR supports those involved in the associations in identifying these phenomena, deciphering how they work, and actively taking a stance, and thus making everybody more confident in their ability to support a living democratic culture in their communities.

Here is the full press release for the film.

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Incomplete review of previous actions in the campaign: