International Conference, Prevention of violence in football stadiums in Europe, Liege (Belgium), April 22 and 23, 2002
In the framework of the Hippokrates Programme, funded by the European Commission, the City of Liege and its Fan Coaching Association ‘Eurofan’ along with the University of Liege and the EFUS co-organized this international conference in order to present hooliganism prevention measures, the European policy of sport violence prevention, and ways of managing sporting events.
More than 100 participants from 14 countries (including representatives of cities, football clubs, police forces, as well as magistrates, university professors, politicians, etc.) attended the two-day Colloquium.
A report on the work of the Colloquium has been published in two languages (English and French).
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