Expectedly, the football world talks about nothing but, well, men. Namely, the male players and coaches. This year in Qatar, three women are stepping into this male-dominated field. And with them, we’ve started a new era for women in sport. Stephanie Frappart, Yamashita Yoshimi, and Salima Mukansanga are the first-ever female referees to be appointed for a men’s FIFA World Cup.
M.A.L.I. (Mouvement Alternatif pour les Libertés Individuelles) thought to use this unparalleled achievement to hijack the World Cup conversation with its new campaign “Refs for Change” launched on the occasion of the 16 Days of Activism against Sex-Based Violence, an initiative that enables these fema
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