MEDIA ADVISORY: How to fix FIFA - and end corruption - Monday 20 July 2015

Transparency International, #NewFIFANow and the International Trade Union Confederation will host a press conference in Zurich to discuss the reform process at FIFA

Issued by Transparency International Secretariat



In the run up to the Executive Committee meeting of FIFA on Monday, information is coming out about steps FIFA is planning to take to confront corruption in its midst and address human rights concerns. Transparency International, Avaaz and the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) have joined forces with the #NewFIFANow campaign advocating for time-limited independent reform of FIFA led by an eminent person, to ensure concrete measures are taken to win back trust in world football’s governing body. 

Spokespeople will be available all day in Zurich and can address questions in English, French, Spanish and German.
For more information see: Give back the game – How to fix FIFA


For any press enquiries please contact

ITUC: Gemma Swart +44 7944990763
#NewFIFANow:  Jaimie Fuller + 49 794811196 or Bonita Mersiades +61 416071000
Transparency International: Neil Martinson +49 1721994938 or Deborah Unger +44 7432166622
Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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