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Djurgården FC ”demonstrates its responsibility” by engaging with Enable

Responsiball praises Djurgården FC’s social commitment for taking a leading roll in Enable’s work.

”Djurgården FC, a club with a long-standing reputation for commitment to social responsibility issues, has long believed that professional football has a responsibility to act on the issue of football related disorders.”

Responsiball provides a platform for a community of practitioners within the football sector to act in unison; thus promoting and maintaining high standards of meaningful social responsibility. Read their full article here:

Enabling an Evidence Based Approach to Crowd Safety and Security in Swedish Football

Polisarbete genom samverkan

Dr. Clifford Stott tilldelades hösten 2015 utmärkelsen “Outstanding Impact in Public Policy”, ett pris som uppmärksammar forskare vars arbete har positiv inverkan på offentlig verksamhet. Utmärkelsen delas ut av Economic and Social Research Council (ECSR).

Stott tilldelades priset, samt finansiellt stöd, för sitt arbete med utvecklingen av dialogpolisenheter i Storbritannien. Enheterna används för att med dialogorienterade arbetsmetoder hjälpa polisen hantera risken för konflikt och ordningsstörningar runt demonstrationer, samtidigt som de säkrar rättigheten att uttrycka åsikter.

ESRC producerade en kort video för att presentera och sprida kunskap om projektet.

Enable ”another positive step towards common sense” says Supporters Direct

Supporters Direct has called the Enable project a ”positive step… towards the use of common sense, dialogue, inclusion and de-escalation”.

Here’s an excerpt from the article:

”The ENABLE research project is another positive step, not only in Sweden, towards the use of common sense, dialogue, inclusion and de-escalation. It also highlights once again that in order to avoid future tragedies initiatives and actions should be taken from all sides (the police, academics, clubs, leagues, supporters, sponsors, football associations, etc) to investigate the underlying reasons of such behaviours and come up with a joint strategy and plan to isolate them and make sure the conditions in which they nurture and flourish are addressed and tackled”

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Enable project aims to improve matchday experience