Italian Referees Association adopts IHRA definition of antisemitism

The Italian Referees Association (AIA) adhered to the initiative of the Italian Football Association (FIGC) for the fight against antisemitism.

Italian Football Association signs agreement to interrupt games in the event of antisemitic chants

Members of Italy's government and Italian Football Association (FIGC) president Gabriele Gravina signed an agreement that allows for games to be interrupted in the event of antisemitic chants, acts and expressions.

Pope Francis advances sainthood cause of Italian priest shot for saving Jews

Pope Francis formally recognized the martyrdom of an Italian priest shot by Nazi soldiers after they discovered he was helping his parishioners hide about 100 Jews.

Liliana Segre re-elected as President of the Italian Senate Commission against hate

Senator for life Liliana Segre was re-elected president of the extraordinary commission for the fight against intolerance, racism, antisemitism and incitement to hatred and violence in the Italian Senate.

Di Segni: “the victory of the Resistance benefited all the Italians who found their freedom and defeated fascism”

President of the Union of Italian Jewish Communities Noemi Di Segni participated in the demonstrations on the Anniversary of Italy's Liberation from fascism in Milan.

Rome’s Lazio football club handed suspended stadium ban for antisemitic chants

Lazio was given a suspended partial stadium ban after some of its fans directed antisemitic chants at Roma during the city derby last month.

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