Vasco delivers proposals to the Brazilian Confederation to combat racism in Brazilian football

Vasco delivers proposals to the Brazilian Confederation to combat racism in Brazilian football

On Wednesday, Vasco President Jorge Salgado handed over to the President of the Brazilian Confederation a document containing proposals for measures to combat racism and discrimination in Brazilian football. The message was presented during the Anti-Racism Symposium, held at the entity’s headquarters, in Rio de Janeiro, in the presence of the President of CONMEBOL, Alejandro Dominguez, the President of the Senate, Rodrigo Pacheco, and singer Gilberto Gil. .

Document handed over by Jorge Salgado to the President of the Brazilian Confederation – Photo: Reproduction

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The document supports the idea of ​​the president of the Brazilian Football Confederation, Edenaldo Rodriguez, to apply sporting sanctions against teams whose fans exhibit racist behavior and make practical suggestions. Vasco, whose history is linked to the fight against discrimination, especially racism, wants to play a leading role in the movement. The club was the first in Brazilian football, for example, to elect a black president, Candido José de Araujo, in 1904.

It is time to put an end to racism and prejudice in Brazilian football once and for all. For this, bold and innovative measures must be taken. Today, we present a set of proposals to the Brazilian Federation and the clubs based on our best practices, with proven results. Fighting racism is an integral part of our club’s DNA. We are proud that Vasco is the pen that writes history – said President Jorge Salgado.

Educational measures and penalties

Vasco campaigned against discrimination in football in stadiums – Photo: Daniel Ramalho / Vasco

In the letter delivered by Jorge Salgado, which General Electric Accessed, Vasco suggests pedagogical measures before punitive measures. In June, for example, Vasco’s organizing supporters signed a statement containing a code of conduct and ethics drawn up by the club’s legal and integrity departments. In the document, the groups pledged to adopt transparency practices and strengthen the fight against violence, harassment and discrimination in stadiums, which is also happening through biased cries. Vasco understands that all clubs must incorporate these practices. Not only players, but all football professionals.

Clubs that have taken such measures will have some kind of relief before a possible sporting penalty, especially in isolated cases. However, in the event of a recurrence, the club could be penalized by the loss of field leadership. In the latter case, in an act of final third distinction, there will be a loss of points in the tournament.

Vasco also mentions and suggests that clubs educate their players and staff. The club regularly has a teacher who gives lectures to the base and the professional team about the history of Vasco and addresses the issue of racism so that its players are actively involved in the cause.

The club took action against discrimination

Vasco fans banner bearing the club’s logo – Photo: Daniel Ramalho / Vasco

In recent years, Vasco has been actively fighting discrimination in football. The club recently campaigned and launched the corporate slogan “Respect, Equality and Inclusion”. The track was banned in the Maracana, in the match against Cruzeiro. The fans adopted the idea and took the banner to the stadiums.

The club also took action against homophobia. Last year, for example, he released a T-shirt in the colors of the LGBTQIA+ movement. The product was a hit among fans.

Vasco fans embrace the club’s campaigns against discrimination in football – Photo: Daniel Ramalho / Vasco

This year, on the date commemorating the LGBTQIA+ movement, he took to the field, in the game against Operario, in São Januaro, with fireworks in the colors of the anti-discrimination flag against homophobia.

1- Promote continuous training and educational procedures to train and educate staff, athletes, technical committees and club managers on good practices of respect, inclusion and diversity;

2- Develop and implement affirmative, educational and anti-discrimination practices related to individual representation in football. CRVG highlights its Respect, Inclusion and Diversity Policy, which is currently approved by the Club’s Advisory Board;

3- Clubs apply the rules of conduct and ethics in order for their fans to join, as they pledge to adopt transparency practices, to enhance the fight against violence, harassment and discrimination in stadiums through biased shouting and chants.

4. Define and monitor goals to increase the representation of socially vulnerable groups in managerial positions in football.

5. Establishment of the Football Diversity Commission, with the participation of representatives of the Brazilian Football Confederation, federations, clubs, fans and organizations, as an effective and permanent space for discussion on inclusion.

6- Updating the registrations and forms of clubs and federations to include the concepts of respect, inclusion and diversity, with the possibility of using the social name and recognizing same-sex unions, for example.

7. Ensuring human rights education with a focus on respect, inclusion and diversity in an interdisciplinary manner in the basic categories of males and females.

8- Dissemination and application of sporting sanctions for practicing racist, homophobic, anti-women behavior or any other type of discrimination in football competitions, which is considered a very dangerous act, which is partly stipulated in the single paragraph of Article 54 of international law. The General Regulations for Competitions (RGC), as well as the penalties provided by law.

Apart from the penalties provided for in Article 243-G of the Brazilian Code of Sports Justice, we propose to complete the public record of CBF competitions, in order to include the provisions for administrative penalties:

Article 10: Practicing a discriminatory, derogatory or outrageous act, related to prejudice because of ethnic origin, race, sex, color, age, condition of an elderly person, a person with a disability, a person with a disability, or any other form of discrimination:

§ 1: If the discriminatory act was practiced by an athlete, coach, doctor or member of the technical committee, in the event of non-recidivism, the penalty of warning and attendance at the educational lecture will be applied at the place and date to be defined by the CBF.

§2: In the event of repetition, a suspension for a period of five to ten matches, if practiced by an athlete, even if he is a substitute, a coach, a doctor or a member of the technical committee, and a suspension for a period of one hundred twenty to three hundred and sixty days, if practiced by any other natural person subject to this Code , in addition to a fine, from R$100.00 (One Hundred Brazilian Real) to R$100,000 (One Hundred Thousand Brazilian Real).

§3: If the offense stipulated in this Article is committed simultaneously by a large number of persons associated with the same sporting entity, they will also be punished by the loss of the number of points attributed to the victory in the competition regulations, regardless of the outcome of the competition.match, event or what equivalent, and in the event of a repeat offence, with a loss of twice the number of points awarded for winning in the competition rules, regardless of the outcome of the match, event or equivalent; If points are not awarded under the competition regulations, the sports entity will be disqualified from the competition, tournament or equivalent.

§4 Sanctions may be reduced if the sporting entity proves that it acted immediately to prevent discriminatory acts.

§ 5 The fine penalty stipulated in this article may be applied to the sports entity whose fans practice the discriminatory acts stipulated therein, unless the fans are identified and presented to the competent authorities.

§6 Specified fans will be prohibited from entering the relevant sports stadium for a period of no less than seven hundred and twenty days, and the penalty may be reduced, once only, if they participate in an educational lecture, at the place and date specified by the CBF.

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