Ex-Ghana international and member of the Task Force Anthony Baffoe will be attending the launch of the FIFA Anti-Discrimination Monitoring System next Tuesday in London.

FIFA is introducing a new anti-discrimination monitoring system on the occasion of the 2018 FIFA World Cup preliminary competition including the deployment of Anti-Discrimination Match Observers to monitor and report issues of discrimination.

The project is coordinated by FIFA and implemented in collaboration with the Fare network.

Baffoe will join participants as FIFA?s Head of Sustainability Federico Addiechi; Fare?s Executive Director and member of the Task Force Piara Powar; former FIFA referee and member of the Task Force Howard Webb.

Manchester City and Ivory Coast midfielder and consultant of the Task Force Yaya Tour?; Chair of The FA?s Inclusion Advisory Board and consultant of the FIFA Task Force Heather Rabbatts;

The event will take place at the Wembley Stadium.

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