Stop zooming in on attractive women

Stop zooming in on attractive women

Russian football head coach Stanislav Cherchesov has told TASS in an interview he was disappointed by the team's result at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

We've done it with individual broadcasters.

Before the commencement of the tournament last month, there were fears that homophobia and racism would be the major areas of concern but FARE said sexism has been the main focus of discrimination.

He said the organization will look into reducing cutaways to female fans.

FIFA's diversity chief Federico Addiechi has said the organisation will talk with broadcasters and its own TV production team to show fewer shots of attractive women.

Addiechi added that it was not a "proactive campaign" but said "we'll take action against things that are wrong".

This is one of the activities that we definitely will have in the future - it's a normal evolution.

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However, he acknowledged that the number of incidents on the streets may have been 10 times higher but not reported.

He also said there have been several cases of women reporters being grabbed or kissed while on air.

And it said a total of 2,037 tests had been conducted over that period, producing 3,985 samples (1,928 urine, 1,031 whole blood, 1,026 serum), with 2,761 of them collected directly by Federation Internationale de Football Association in unannounced controls prior to the competition and 626 during it. About 700,000 of the Fan IDs went to worldwide visitors, he said.

"The World Cup has changed the perception of the world towards Russian Federation".

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FIFA President Gianni Infantino gestures as he arrives to a news conference during the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Luzhniki stadium in Moscow, Russia, Friday, July 13, 2018.

"FIFA established a preliminary testing pool of more than 1,500 players who were potential participants at the FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation".

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