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Di seguito il programma dell'edizione 2016 del 'Supporters Summit', meeting annuale organizzato dalla Football Supporters Federation(FSF) e Supporters Direct UK(SD), in partnership con la Football Association(FA), dedicato all'approfondimento delle tematiche più rilevanti affrontate dai collettivi di tifosi nel corso delle proprie attività(qui dettagli).

Per questa edizione il 'Supporters Summit' torna a Londra il 16 luglio, presso sala conferenze dello stadio Wembley(come nell'edizione 2014, qui dettagli), la partenza delle attività è fissata per le ore 10 am, saranno affrontate diverse tematiche che spazieranno dall'attività di coordinamento delle iniziative dei tifosi, alla comunicazione, ad idee e suggerimenti tecnici per lo sviluppo delle attività delle associazioni di tifosi fino agli aggiornamenti sulle ultime campagne:

Creating Change - Scrutiny, Protest & Pressure
Looking at the different roles Trusts play when there is conflict between clubs and their supporters. From protesting for a change in ownership to professional, credible scrutineering of decisions made in the interests of the club, Trusts play a varied and important role in creating change. Three Trusts (Blackpool, Newcastle United and Charlton) will discuss their current position and past experiences followed by a Q&A session.

(Qui maggiori info sulle proteste al Charlton Athletic FC, Newcastle United e Blackpool FC)

SD Kitemark
Developing a set of simple standards for professional sports clubs to demonstrate their commitment to their supporters and community. This session offers the chance for delegates to discuss the important attributes that make up a well-run club with Martin Cloake from THST and SD’s James Mathie.

What is the secret to a good supporter-led campaign?
With a focus on the Olympic Stadium Coalition and the Dons Trust ‘back in two ticks’ ground sale campaigns, we hear from key people involved (including Kat Law from THST, Richard Hunt from CAST, Jeremy Gardner from QPR 1st, Jane Lonsdale Dons Trust and SD’s Nicola Hudson) to find out the secrets of their success, and will discuss the learnings for future campaigns and collaboration.

Fan Culture
A chance to get an insight into the workings behind the voice of the fan media, with input from the traditional (The City Gent, Bradford fanzine) and the new (The Fighting Cock, Spurs podcast and The Anfield Wrap, Liverpool podcast) on what motivates them to do what they do. A perfect opportunity for creative fans to get together, and existing fanzine writers or podcasters or vloggers to network and share their experiences.

Structured Dialogue between clubs and supporters
A recap from James Mathie on SD’s campaign to ensure a minimum level of communication and consultation between supporters and leaders of clubs. Premier League and Football League clubs now both have obligations for 2016/17, this workshop will look at what they are, and how we can continue to work together to improve and develop the commitments that have been made.


Fans For Diversity(Link report)
An update on the Fans For Diversity project from FSF Diversity and Campaigns Manager Anwar Uddin on the work undertaken in 2015/16, and plans for the coming year. Pride in Football will also be on the panel, presenting their work and updating fans on the situation with regards to LGBT fan groups and campaigns across the country.

The National Game & Non-League
The Premier League gets all the attention, but there’s a huge amount going on across the country that goes unreported. This workshop is an ideal place for fans from the lower leagues to come together and discuss the issues that affect them and their clubs, with input from Mike Bayly (Non-League Day), Mark Harris (EvoStik League Chairman) and Tim Fuell (Media officer, Hayes and Yeading).

Ticket Prices
Michael Brunskill from the FSF will lead a discussion on the work undertaken in the ticket price campaign -successes in the form of the £30 Premier League away ticket cap, as well as taking soundings on how best to tackle the issue throughout the Football League.

Hillsborough Justice Campaign
We will hear from prominent people involved in the Hillsborough Justice Campaign.

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