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Perseverance pays off for hearing-impaired Eunate
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Perseverance pays off for hearing-impaired Eunate

Eunate Arraiza is a magnificent example of how to take a life obstacle in your stride. The Athletic Club and Spanish women’s national team player has learned to live with serious hearing impairment to make her way in football, prepare her future and fulfil a host of dreams.
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#EqualGame – Football for everyone
Social Responsibility

#EqualGame – Football for everyone

UEFA’s #EqualGame campaign promoting diversity, inclusion and accessibility in football aims to increase public awareness of the ways in which football can be played and enjoyed, and underlines football’s capacity as a powerful unifying social force.
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Foundation report highlights feats
Social Responsibility

Foundation report highlights feats

In its 2017/18 activity report, the UEFA Foundation for Children focuses on its pioneering work to help improve the lives of children who exist in difficult circumstances.
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UEFA in focus

UEFA Life: Meet Malgo

UEFA Life: Meet Malgo

Malgo Chrzanowska is passionate about sports, the outdoors... and her job at UEFA. Come and discover more about her 'exciting' role and discover our latest vacant positions.
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Tournament to promote inclusion
Social Responsibility

Tournament to promote inclusion

Teams composed of migrants, disabled footballers and Swiss residents united to celebrate integration and inclusion at a special tournament in UEFA's home town Nyon.
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2018 UEFA Anti-Doping Symposium
Anti-doping

2018 UEFA Anti-Doping Symposium

As the campaign to eliminate doping from football gathers impetus, the 2018 UEFA Anti-Doping Symposium, which takes place in London in November, will focus on current important anti-doping issues.
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Jury selects research projects
Academic

Jury selects research projects

Seven research projects have been selected to receive grants this season as part of the UEFA Research Grant Programme, with the eventual findings to assist the European football community.
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How the European calendar took shape

How the European calendar took shape

In UEFA's magazine UEFA Direct, Hans Bangerter, who served as UEFA General Secretary from 1960 to 1988, recalls how UEFA was run at the time - and how fixed match dates in the UEFA club competitions came into being.
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