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That this House expresses concern about the recent news that FIFA has disbanded its anti-racism taskforce; notes with consternation that FIFA states that the job of the taskforce is over despite abundant evidence of continuing racism in world football, including incidents at the UEFA European Championships in France in summer 2016; further notes that the taskforce has been disbanded during the lead-up to the World Cup in Russia, a country that has seen considerable problems with racism in football and where the number of racist incidents at football games has doubled in the last year, according to the most recent research from the Moscow-based SOVA Center and the Uefa-affiliated FARE Network; questions why campaigns such as FIFA's excellent Say No to Racism campaign should not be supported and encouraged; expresses general dismay at the apparent misguided priorities of FIFA's current governance; re-affirms support to UK campaigns such as Kick it Out and Show Racism the Red Card; and calls on the Football Association and relevant bodies in the UK to continue doing everything they can to combat racism in football.
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