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29 March 2020

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Title MARS - Media against racism in Sport - 2nd Coordination Meeting 
Description MARS - An EU / CoE joint programme for a European media network against racism and for interculturel dialogue

The Media, both mainstream and minority, are among the main actors of social cohesion. By allowing a real representation and inclusion of the diversity y of our today’s societies, media can contribute to fostering mutual understanding, countering stereotypes and thus to reducing discriminatory practices and racist attitudes. To do so, the media have to succeed to implement a really inclusive and intercultural approach through the contents they produce and disseminate. On the other hand, having a high position in the media agenda, sport media coverage has a potential impact on exacerbating tensions between groups and communities and or, on the contrary, on pacifying such tensions.

The global objective of the project is to contribute to the fight against racism and to foster mutual understanding in Europe by building an open platform for dialogue and action at local, national and European level focusing on exchanges of professional practices in the field of sport coverage between mainstream media and minority media. The main innovative aspect of the project is to make the media and other professional groups work together to combat racism by focusing on one of the sensitive issues covered by the media: sport.

The main output of the project is the creation of a European media network against racism and for mutual understanding and its deliverables (tangible results) are 1/ an electronic database of contacts and resources, in particular of concrete collaborations (internships, hosting period, seconded media trainers and professionals…) offered by network members, 2/ regular media encounters in the field of training, media cross-production and media content management organised at local and European levels (3 European and 15 national meetings) and 3/ cross-media “visits” at national and European levels in order to allow groups of actors to discover other European realities and ways of training, producing and managing media contents.

The project aims at being developed in 15 EU member states with a minimum of 14 participants per country [2 training centres, 4 mainstream media and 4 minority media representing various supports (TV, radio, press, multimedia), antidiscrimination and intercultural bodies]. These members will be CoE media network representatives in their own media families. The project will be based on a partnership with the major European networks of media, sport and antidiscrimination organizations. At the end, the network could be made of at least 210 members acting like a European network of media professionals for fight against discrimination and intercultural dialogue, with a potential of indirect beneficiaries of more than 10 million people.

The role of the European partners and associate partners will be to select and follow, with their national members, local participants (media, sport organizations, antidiscrimination bodies); to contribute to the global content and methodology of action in their respective field of activity and then to ''europeanise'' the results of the project by participating to their dissemination all over their members.

By linking several media actors, CoE media network against racism wants to be catalyst of a genuinely inclusive and intercultural approach of media production of information. To do so, the project will support exchanges of practices in the field of media training and production while focusing on a specific issue (Sport), at the local level (15 cities in Europe) and ensuring the dissemination of its results through partnerships with the main European media, sport and antidiscrimination networks.
Status Completed 
Date 30/06/2011 - 01/07/2011 
Location Paris - [Bureau of the Council of Europe], France
Countries Groups: Multilateral
Contributors Others - Financial
  Joint Programme Activity - MARS
Joint Programme EC/CoE
JP MARS - Media against racism in sport    (Logframe)  (Activities)
Project Purpose 1 - 2011/DG4/JP/2589   MARS - Media Against Racism in Sport - A CoE media network against racism, for mutual understanding and intercultural dialogue
Expected Result 1.4 - Building of European media networks against racism and for mutual understanding conceived as an open and permanent platform of dialogue and action between the various groups of media actors for stimulating media cross-practices of training and production with the view to implementing a real inclusive and intercultural approach of producing information
Council of Europe Programme of Activities
I – Democracy
Line of Action ⇒ III.3 – Promoting Democratic Governance and Stability
Programme ☆ III.3.5  Intercultural dialogue

Working Method

Expert Meeting / Expertise 
Directorate (Service) Education, Culture and Heritage, Youth and Sport (Directorate of Culture and Cultural and Natural Heritage)
CoE Contact ,   email
Partners UEFA - Union of European Football Association - Other
CoE EPAS - Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport - International Governmental Organisation
Media Animation - Local or National NGO
IFJ - International Federation of Journalists - International NGO
VIDC / FARE - Football Against Racism in Europe - International NGO
CMFE - Community Media Forum in Europe - International NGO
CoE Intercultural Cities Network - International Governmental Organisation
Web Pages
Documents & links
1 http://www.coe.int/mars  
Last Modified 22/02/2012 

Activity Synopsis (ID# 32240) (Hide Synopsis)

Objective(s) 9.00 Arrival of Participants

9.30 – 10.00 Introduction
Presentation of participants and partner organisations
Introduction on MARS programme and the 2nd coordination meeting

10.00 – 11.00 MARS – Collecting and Disseminating Information and Data
MARS Website - Objectives and content
MARS newsletter – Objectives and content
MARS Visibility – CoE : UE joint programme logos, MARS logo and partners logos
Perspective on MARS Database – Objectives and expectations
MARS Resources, Tools and Offers of Collaboration (RTOC) Consultation / Resources & Tools Part
Objectives and Contents - Myriam Horngren, RTOC consultant
Contributions of partner organisations

11.00 – 11.30 Coffee Break

11.30 – 13.00 MARS – Crossing professional Practices – Part I – Cross-visits
Presentation of MARS RTOC Consultation / Offers of Collaboration Part - Myriam Horngren, RTOC consultant
Objectives and content - Application form, Cross-visits presentation form, Output, Calendar
Contact database – Partners, European Networks and National Contacts
Contact database format
Contributions of partner organisations
Pilot cross-visits

13.00 – 14.30 Lunch

14.30 – 1800 MARS – National and European Media Encounters (NME & EME)
Objectives, Content, Methodology and Output
NME and EME logistical (and financial) format
Proposed Calendar
Role and Responsibilities of the CoE
Roles and Responsibilities of Partners
Role and Responsibilities of National partners’ counterparts
Budget and logistical issues
(16.00 – 16.30 Coffee Break)

18.00 End of the first day
20.00 Dinner L’Arganier Restaurant
19 rue Ste Croix de la Bretonnerie
75 004 Paris
Tel. - + 33 1 42 72 08 25
(Oriental dinner in an old fashion Parisian “boutique” located in one of the oldest but also trendiest area of Paris, “Le Marais”)


9.00 – 10.30 MARS – Evaluation
Presentation of MARS evaluation – Sean Ó SIOCHRÚ, MARS Evaluator
Objectives, Content, Methodology and Outputs
Proposed Calendar
Contributions of partners’ organisations

10.30 – 11.00 Coffee Break

11.00 – 12.30 MARS – Budget and Logistics
MARS Budget Presentation
Global Principles
Consultant Contracts for partner organisations
Administrative agreement for NME and EME on logistical costs

MARS Management
Organisation of the activities (Letter of invitation, programme, methodology…)
CoE Team and responsibilities of staff members

12.30 – 14.00 Lunch

14.00 – 16.30 MARS - Conclusions and Planning of the next steps

16.30 – End of the meeting and departure of participants

Media, Diversity & Racism in Sport

(30 June-1 July 2011)


JULY 2011

1. MARS – Collecting and Disseminating Information and Data

MARS Website

Objectives and content
The aim of the website is to give general information on MARS programme. It will also be used as a collaborative space for the project partners and will provide resources and products that will be developed within MARS.
On termination of the project, the website and database will be transformed into a resource centre to be used by the network of MARS’ participants, other media professionals, students and the general public.

The website will be managed by the CoE team but partners need to send us information regularly.

The website will be launched by mid-July.

Feedback on the proposed website

Issue of ambiguity on the focus of the programme: Focus on sport or open to any other field?
Even though the rationale is fine, the partners found that clarity is not there and this may come up as an issue from the participants and the public who might not really understand the focus of the project and its activities. It was therefore recommended to modify the presentation of the programme and to make it clearer by clarifying exactly the place of sport. An option would be to say that the initial tools and resources would be built on sports, however with the aim to be able to apply them to other areas.


- Include F.A.Q’s on website.
- ‘Find a partner’ tool for cross visits. A database of interested participants online, that interested participants can contact.
- Regular alerts feeding network all the time to visit website, contribute to and participate in activities.
- Subscription option open to participants.
- Access to survey.
- A good search engine facility: All news should be available there… need tags etc.
- List of websites related to the same issues – partners to send links of similar projects to consider putting on the website. Suggestion to put the international Ombudsman website: www.ombudsassociation.org

What will happen to the website after the end of the project?

A network may be established but the issue lies in what way this will be done. What support system would it have after the project is finalised? It will need to take a life of its own.
The CoE will only be able to host a static resource website – a depository of information - but if we consider that it would be more relevant to continue feeding the resources we need to export the website to another network. Perhaps this could be done by/with the IFJ through their ethical journalism network: www.ethicaljournalisminitiative.org

Communication strategy

- Partners expressed the wish to sign an agreement on the responsibilities of each party in terms of communication action (especially for National encounters).
- The MARS team shall meet the communication department to discuss PR matters, and involvement of the CoE press office in MARS project.
- MARS partners should always use the official MARS letterhead.

Copyright issues

The issue of rights (copyright, sharing, usage, creation of common licence etc) should be carefully looked into. It should take account of both productions and the use of materials during the activities organised within the project. For productions, one must keep in mind that the less limited these copyrights are, the more they can be disseminated and utilised.
Partners should work together on this issue to provide specific guidelines, which may also need to be available on the application form for participants.

2. MARS Resources, Tools and Offers of Collaboration (RTOC) Consultation

RTOC consultant: Myriam Horngren

Objectives of the RTOC consultation:

- To gather interest in cross visits (210 offers of cross-visits -105 pairs)
- To build the foundations and the basic content for the MARS TOOLS AND RESOURCE CENTRE

Attractiveness of Cross Visits:

- It was suggested to emphasise the practical benefits that participants will receive when they participate in cross-visits (knowledge, contacts, etc.)
- EUFA incentives: EUFA may invite press officers and journalists participating in MARS to football matches etc. EUFA will discuss these matters in detail with M.H. and R.B.

Process of selection:
How will the selection take place? If we receive many applications, what selection criteria will be used?

- Consider writing a text on the matter which will include balance between types of media, nationality, gender and other minority issues.
- Also, propose a joint application, where two motivated partners can apply together. This will have more chance to succeed as both partners will be motivated and could work much better together.
- Individuals who would not know who to collaborate with should be assisted in finding a partner. The development of a ‘find a partner’ tool on the website could be a very functional way of achieving this.

Cross-visits documents


Document 1 - Presentation
- Overall objectives and aims understandable, but they should be presented in a more user-friendly way: straight to the point and catchy. They should answer to the five W’s (Why, What, Who, Where, When?) to get the message through much easier. The use of ‘action’ words would be more effective, ex. Do…. Make…
- Emphasise the learning outcomes, the attractiveness and the experience. Make it more attractive, ex.: will acquire a particular skill etc.
- The first few sentences should answer the questions: ‘why should I participate’ and ‘what is this?’
- It should be written in a way for a target group to identify itself easily.
- Try to include ETHICS in the part where ‘enrich media experience’ is mentioned.
- Clarify media production session. What is meant exactly by the term?
- The idea that, for instance, a journalist could also present an educational tool should be more evident.

Document 2 – Application form
- Objectives, aims and benefits (skills, contacts) to be listed. Should emphasise the more practical part.
- If both documents are presented together, then there is no need to repeat the introductory part as the information is already there. If we opt to repeat the information, it shall be done with consistency.
- Students and student organisations should be included in the list of possible participants.
- Give an idea of the potential participants to make the offer more attractive. Apart from the project partners, we may consider including their members, especially those of the IFJ.
- Need to clarify the term ‘cross-media’.
- Give examples of the output that is expected in order to be clear, especially for production. Ex.: an article, a documentary… etc.
- Participants need to recognise themselves in the list.

- The documents on Cross visits will ALSO be published on the website.
- 9 Pilot Cross-Visits: Sean will work on the evaluation part. The application form also needs to be tested.

3. National and European Encounters

MAR - Mid-March Denmark
APR - 2nd week Ireland
APR – end of APR, beg of MAY France
MAY Romania
JUN Finland
JUL Germany
SEP Belgium
SEP Bulgaria
SEP Portugal
OCT Spain
OCT Hungary
SEP 15-18 Austria*
OCT 11-14 Belgium*
OCT The Netherlands**
NOV France**
NOV Italy**
DEC Poland**

*These partners urgently require MARS communication tools in order to be able to launch the N.E.

**Partners need to confirm the dates of the National Encounters.

National Encounters

The partners and the CoE shall be responsible for:
- making the call
- promoting the encounter
- looking for potential participants
- encouraging participation
- receiving applications
- selecting participants
- sending all relevant documents to each other, including information to be added on MARS website (the website shall be used to receive applications directly)

- It is up to the partners to implement the best organisation method for the success of the event. This should however be discussed with and approved by the CoE.
- Partners may also recruit trainers or other specialist to work for the National Encounters.
- Partners responsible for National Encounters are required to send a representative of their organisation to each encounter.
- Languages: Official documents for the meeting shall be made in French or English. The National partner can however make a courtesy translation of the documents.

Communication tools

The CoE will send a draft presentation of the National and European Encounters, including:
- A summary of MARS objectives
- The profile of participants
- An Application form
- The format of the letter of invitation (Note that the final version of the letter will be signed both by the partner organisation and the CoE, however it will be sent by the latter.)

4. MARS – Evaluation
MARS Evaluator: Sean Ó SIOCHRÚ

Goals of Evaluation:
1- to monitor whether MARS is achieving the long-term objectives
2- to help MARS learn as we move along and to apply the lessons
3- to support the management process

Logic Map for Mars:

While the objective and the actions are already established, we can only control the output of the activities. This, however, is only valuable if it can produce outcomes, which will in turn help to achieve the objective.

Evaluation challenges:

- to design indicators of progress for actions and outputs (and especially) outcomes. Ex.: output: Number of participants, Number of products, Learning => outcome: how is that learning used after? We therefore need to establish this indicator which requires the input of all partners.
- to monitor and understand the links between actions, output, outcomes and objective
- to gather the learning along the way and feed back relevant lessons into the project . Informal process by asking the participants what they have learnt etc. Partners can do that too by pointing out what they sincerely believe the participants are learning.
- to monitor and support sustainability: What happens after the project is brought to an end? This should be discussed from the beginning.

Data Gathering

Instruments used:
- Output description and analysis.
- Online Survey Instrument (on completion; period after). Every participant will be required to fill in two surveys: when they complete the product and also some time after (two months?), to show what happened to the product.
- Web analysis for usage to show trends and evolution.

Milestones and deliverables:

August 2011:
Draft Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Framework
October 2011:
Final M&E Framework
February 2012:
Progress Report (Mid-term evaluation). Although it was proposed in May, the report needs to be submitted in February due to the intermediary report, which has to be sent to the EU.
November 2012:
Draft Report
December 2012:
Final Report

These reports are important for the project itself but also required by the EU and by the CoE which need to assess all Joint Programmes with the EU. The results and recommendations from these reports will also be valuable when planning other projects. For instance we will be able to assess whether we should eventually use and develop further the idea of cross-visits for exchanging media practices etc.

Motivations of partners for their involvement in MARS project:

- Raise important discussion of how to handle the issue of media and sport in terms of ethics in particular.
- Reinforce their own campaigns which are linked to MARS’ issues and vice versa.
- Opportunities to network and develop links with potential partners and regulatory bodies.
- Extend their network for additional impact on the issues in question.
- To produce good bridging in their respective fields and the area of discrimination.
- Since most of the community media and diversity media members do not have sufficient resources, MARS will give them the opportunity to interact and visit each other to work on the themes covered by MARS, which are very important to them.
- The Database is a very useful depository of information for members of the organisations that might have limited resources to develop research independently.
- It will attract people to report on discriminatory issues.
- Members will have the chance to bring their real underground practical value when elaborating the resources.
- Some organisations want to be associated with MARS partners, which are considered as ‘good’ organisation working for a good cause.
- To get journalists to use the resources produced by MARS to transform their way of reporting and put it in line with MARS’ values.
- MARS can have a positive effect on the way sports is perceived, focussing on its social cohesion side rather than any negative aspects that it may cause.
- Since the scope of MARS is broad it does not exclude any form of discrimination so it is open to work with various stakeholders.
- To identify and highlight the actors working in Racism and Sport.
- To identify how media literacy tools could contribute to journalism training and vice-versa on the issues of non-discrimination and racism.
- To create a good balance of positive dialogue.

Indicators of how MARS is making a difference according to the partners:
- Wide-ranging spectrum of participants.
- Resources (products, published media etc.) produced and shared.
- Notes, reviews and comments from media on products presented.

How do partners view MARS after its completion date:

The database and the resource centre are considered to be the key for sustainability. Partners should guarantee visibility of the database within their organisations, their members, external partners and the general public, and should link it to other activities that they organise.


- Some partners are doubtful that participants will reply to a survey long after the activity takes place. The evaluator expects to receive 30% to 40% completed post-product surveys.
- Some kind of motivation to hand-in a survey should be given. Ex.: Payment will be done only after submitting the survey. In reality this can be administratively challenging, however it can always be communicated to the participants.
- Two months may probably be too short to assess products: Critical mass needed when assessing. Analysing cross-visit by cross-visit might be difficult and may not give correct results. It would therefore be better to assess a set of exercises.
- If the reports of cross-visits (for a pair) shall be assessed together, once both visits are completed, should there be a limit imposed on the time span between the first and second visit? This applies especially to the pilot visits. A limit shall perhaps be imposed to be able to carry out the evaluation.
- The partner organisations of MARS in charge with National Encounters should request their National partners to collect all output. They should sign agreements with them to define content and follow-up of the activities.
- Issue of the language used in the surveys: What about those who do not understand French or English? For N.E., partners should translate the surveys and answers. For this reason, the surveys should be based on multiple-choice questions to avoid having to translate each and every survey. However an option for comments should remain and partners will be asked to give a general summary of all comments in English or French.
- Participants need to be given a clear list of what is expected from them. Overall, we require clear obligations and clear requirements.
- It is also important to know what we are going to do with the answers.

5. MARS – Budget and Logistics

Consultant Contracts (C.C.) for partner organisations: To cover all type of costs. A first payment amounting to 40% of the planned budget will be transferred, followed by another 40% after the intermediary report. After the final report, subject to payment by the EU, the organisation will receive the remaining 20%.

Administrative agreements (A.A) for NME and EME on logistical costs: These cannot cover staff costs, with the exception of particular cases where they should be limited to a relatively small amount. A first payment amounting to 80% of the planned budget will be transferred, followed by another 80% after the intermediary report. A first A.A. will be signed for the encounters taking place in 2011. Another agreement will be signed for 2012, which will take in consideration the conclusions presented by the financial report of the first agreement.

A budget was presented to the partner organisations, taking in consideration three different scenarios with LOW/MEDIUM/HIGH costs. The agreements between the CoE and the partner organisations will be based on the ‘Medium’ scenario.

Partner organisations have been given the possibility to choose in what way they wanted to manage the budget for the Encounters. Their choices were the following:
- Media Animation will not manage accommodation for participants. However, it will provide participants with a list of reasonable hotels in terms of budget and quality, from which to choose from. A full Per Diem will be given to participants by the CoE.
- IFJ will manage everything directly.
- CMFE will manage everything directly and will delegate funds to national partners.

- The partners can subcontract other service providers, however, should the value of the contract exceed 5000€, they shall make a call of interest and choose the best offer. Should the partner organisation want to select a particular service provider due to a particular situation such as an already established agreement, they can make their proposal supported with detailed justification.
- The Partner organisations are also requested to sign an agreement with their respective national partners based on the model of Administrative agreement of the CoE. The CoE to send it.
- Detailed explanation for the calculation of daily staff costs will need to be presented in the financial reports. The CoE will send a time-sheet as a guideline.
- Any remaining balance should be communicated to the CoE who will decide how it shall be used. National parters should however send the remaining balance to the partner organisation.
- Cross-visits will be managed directly by the CoE. A grant of 310€ will be given to each participant for the whole visit.

MARS Management:
Organisation of the activities (Letter of invitation, programme, methodology…)
- The CoE will send the presentation for the Encounters and the application form.
- A model of the letter of invitation will also be sent for comments. The Letter of invitation will be signed by both partner organisation and CoE but will be sent directly by the latter (CoE). (Electronic signatures will be used to speed the process).

6. MARS - Planning of the next steps

- Update lists of events, initiatives, resources
- Send links of websites related to the activities of MARS that we may include on the website.
- Check and update timeline in terms of National Encounters
- Update contacts and send them to CoE
- EUFA and VIDC to sendrelevant contacts of sports organisations
- Send list of selected participants for pilot cross-visits
- CMFE to send the correct version of their logo (Black and white inversion).
- EUFA to discuss incentives that it may offer to participants with CoE and RTOC consultant.

- Send Contracts (C.C.) to partners for signatures
- Finalise and send Administrative agreements (A.A) to partners
- Send model for request of payment to partners
- Send time-sheet for calculation of staff costs
- Launch website in mid-July
- Send Newsletter ‘0’ in mid-July
- To draft communication strategy

- M.H. to send spill, application form and information sheet on Cross visits to CoE
- S.O.S. to prepare evaluation for Pilot Cross visits
Conclusions/Follow Up  

Media, Diversity & Racism in Sport

2nd Coordination Meeting


30 JUNE – 01 JULY 2011

Council of Europe
55, avenue Kléber
75784 Paris Cedex 16 - France
Tel. + 33 1 44 05 33 60
Métro – Boissière / Line 6



Mr DE WIT Pieter
Heliotdoorstraat 3
6534SH Nijmegen
The Netherlands / Pays-Bas
Tel. - + 31 24 355 05 59
Mob. - + 31 6 341 505 81
Email - president@cmfe.eu / cmfepedw@me.com
Website - www.cmfe.eu

Mr TENNER Stefen
CMFE Mars Coordinator
Member of CMFE board
Fürsthof 8 24534
Germany / Allemagne
Tel. + 49 432 120 304 30
Mob. + 49 179 663 31 11
Email - stefan.tenner@web.de
Website - www.cmfe.eu


Pamela Morinière
Authors’rights, gender and projects officer
International/European Federation of Journalists
Résidence Palace
Rue de la loi 155
1040 Brussels
Belgium / Belgique
Tel : +32 2 235 22 16
Email - pamela.moriniere@ifj.org
Website - www.ifj.org / http://ethicaljournalisminitiative.org

Yuklan Wong
International/European Federation of Journalists
Résidence Palace
Rue de la loi 155
1040 Brussels
Belgium / Belgique
Tel : +32 2 235 22 16
Email - yuklan.wong@ifj.org
Website - www.ifj.org / http://ethicaljournalisminitiative.org


Media Animation Mars Coordinator
100, Avenue Emmanuel Mounier
B-1200 Brussels
Belgium / Belgique
Tel. + 32 2 256 72 33 / - + 32 2 256 72 56
Mob. + 32 496 87 31 47
Fax. - + 32 2 245 82 80
Email - p.verniers@media-animation.be
Website - www.media-animation.be

100, Avenue Emmanuel Mounier
B-1200 Brussels
Belgium / Belgique
Tel. + 32 2 256 72 30
Mob. + 32 495 35 13 57
Email - p.detheux@media-animation.de
Website - www.media-animation.be


Ms KOTVOJS Elisabeth
Möllwaldplatz 5/3
1040 Wien
Austria / Autriche
Tel. + 43 1 713 35 94 97
Mob. + 43 1 713 35 94 73
Email - kotvojs@vidc.org / office@vidc.org
Website - www.vidc.org / www.farenet.org



Media Department
Route de Genève, 46
260 Nyon 2
Switzerland / Suisse
Tel. + 41 848 00 27 27
Mob. + 41 79 829 28 84
Email – emilia.hinkkanen@uefa.ch
Website - www.uefa.com


Mr Fabien WILLE
Equipe de Recherche Septentrionale ''Sport & Société''
Faculté des Sciences du Sport et de l'Education Physique
9, rue de l'Université
59790 Ronchin
Tel: +33(0)320 887 384
Email - fabien.wille@univ-lille2.fr

Ms Sarah Mischler
Faculté des Sciences du Sport et de l'Education Physique
9, rue de l'Université
59790 Ronchin
Email – sarah.mischler@univ-lille2.fr


Tools, Resources and Collaboration Offers Consultation
Advocacy and Communications Consultant
27 Quai Vauban
66000 Perpignan
Tel. +33 4 68 84 75 94
Mob. +33 6 42 78 27 01
Email - horngren.myriam@gmail.com

MARS Evaluation
14 Eaton Brae
Dublin 18
Ireland / Irlande
Tel. +353 1 2720739
Mob. +353 87 2048150
Email - sean@nexus.ie

Website Design and Implementation
Ms Anaïs VOGT
7, rue du Général Koenig
67580 Mertzwiller
Tel. – + 33 6 77 51 95 77
Email - anais.vogt@gmail.com


Deputy Executive Secretary
67075 Strasbourg Cedex
Tel. + 33 3 90 21 54 55
Email - sonia.parayre@coe.int
Website - www.coe.int/epas

Mr BLION Reynald
MARS - Media against racism in sport - Joint programme
Media & Diversity and Programme Manager
67075 Strasbourg Cedex
Tel. + 33 3 90 21 53 69
Mob. + 33 6 23 75 13 86
Email - reynald.blion@coe.int

Mr Ellsworth CAMILLERI
MARS - Media against racism in sport - Joint programme
Programme Assistant
67075 Strasbourg Cedex
Email – ellsworth.camilleri@coe.int
CoE Secretariat  
Total No. Participants 16 
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