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The Mahamata Gandhi Human Rights Organization is a Budapest based humanitarian organization that was created in 1992. The vision of the founder, Mr. Gibril Deen, is to fight for the rights of migrants and refugees, to combat racism and discrimination against foreigners and to encourage at all levels social inclusion in our community

 

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About our sister organization in Gambia

Collection of Gambian photos

 

  

 
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FOOTBALL AGAINST RACISM PROGRAM IN HUNGARY

FOOTBALL HAS NO COLOUR - A FOCINAK NINCS SZÍNE 

 
 
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New ESPIN project: Sport Welcomes Refugees

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We have the pleasure in informing you that our organisation is participating in a new ESPIN project. The objective of the project Sport Welcomes Refugees - Social inclusion of newly arrived migrants in and through sport is to enhance the social inclusion and participation of newly arrived migrants on different levels of sport (formal and informal) through training, awareness-raising and capacity-building of sport stakeholders. Project Duration: 1Janary 2017 – 31 December 2018 (24 month)   Project Summary Sport Welcomes Refugees Partnership fairplay-VIDC (Austria) (Lead Organisation)www.fairplay.or.at FAI – Football Association of Ireland (Rep. of Ireland) www.fai.ie SJPF- Portuguese Players Union (Portugal) www.sjpf.p [ ... ]


European Sport Inclusion Network Conference

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 For the closing event of the 2-year ESPIN project, more than 70 delegates from 10 countries sports organisations, NGO-s, public institutions gathered in Budapest to discuss how sport can promote the integration of migrants, refugees, minorities. In the opening session, Tibor Vámos (MLSZ) Gibril Deen (Mahatma Gandhi Human Rights Organisation) Kurt Wachter (VIDC) accentuated the power of sports bringing people together, overcoming cultural, social differences. The 2-day event continued in different panels and workshops. Two publications are available online on the researches and recommendations of the ESPIN partners: 1. Baseline Study Equal Access for Migrant Volunteers to Sports Clubs in Europe Within the baseline study "Equal access f [ ... ]


EUROPEAN SPORT INCLUSION NETWORK CONFERENCE-CALL FOR PARTCIPATION

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            Dear Colleagues, dear Friends: Following the recent influx of refugees crossing into the EU, actors of the organised sport movement, as well as many new grassroots initiatives, have started to provide sport and leisure activities to the newly arrived migrants as a form of social inclusion.  What is the current situation regarding the social inclusion of migrants, refugees and minorities across Europe? What role can sport volunteering play in the successful social inclusion and integration of migrants, refugees and minorities? What kind of strategy is needed on a local, national and European level?  To address these and other questions, the European Sport Inclusion Network (ESPIN)  [ ... ]


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