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What We Stand For
Global: Human Rights Should be Essential to FIFA’s Choice of World Cup 2030 Host
Opinion Poll Conducted in 15 Countries Shows a Majority of the Public Agree
FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023
Paris 2024 Olympic & Paralympic Games
Making Sport Safe for Child Athletes
TAOS Extends Support To Jenni Hermoso, Spain’s Women’s National Football Team
6 Sep 2023
2022 Annual Report: Catalyzing the Power of Sport for Human Rights
31 Aug 2023
Spanish Women Players Spotlight Crisis of Abuse
30 Aug 2023
Letter to Athletes
9 Aug 2023
FIFA Must Show The Red Card To Sexual Abuse
7 Aug 2023
Women’s World Cup Shows Equality Still Has A Long Way To Go
25 Jul 2023
FIFA: Letter Seeking Update on Safe Sport Entity Status and Timeline
19 Jul 2023
Mali: Girls’ Coach Gets Life Ban for Sex Abuse
14 Jul 2023
Frequently Asked Questions
Why Sport & Human Rights?
What is Our Approach?
What are Child Athlete Rights?
What Are the UN Guiding Principles?
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