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Worldwide, 29 million girls and women play football Key figures: 29 million women and girls play football worldwide 12% of youth players are female Women and girls play football in all 208 FIFA member associations in one way or another 24 teams will participate in the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™ In 1971, 3 teams played 2 matches – in 2011, 129 teams played 514 matches One of FIFA’s missions is to promote the development of women’s football, support women’s football financially and give women players, coaches, referees and officials the opportunity to become actively involved in football. FIFA is helping to popularise the game by increasing public awareness and conducting information campaigns as well as overcoming social and cultural obstacles for women with the ultimate aim of improving women’s standing in society. FIFA’s mission for women’s football: To promote and develop women’s and girls’ football in the confederations and member associations; To improve the infrastructure of women’s football in the confederations and member associations; To increase the proportion of women and girls playing football at the grassroots, in schools and at amateur and professional levels; To constantly improve the quality, organisation and expansion of FIFA women’s football competitions; To create conditions for more women to occupy technical and managerial positions in football, including the domains of refereeing, coaching, medicine, media and administration; To increase the level of expertise of female coaches, players, referees, doctors, officials and any other women’s football stakeholders worldwide, through courses, seminars and other capacitybuilding activities; To establish and publicise a coordinated international match calendar for women’s football; To analyse and monitor technical developments in women’s football; To organise women’s football symposiums and conferences.
The FIFA Women’s World Cup Germany 2011™ was a fantastic spectacle, full of great football performances. The sixth edition of our ﬂagship women’s competition was praised by many of the participating players and coaches as the best FIFA Women’s World Cup™ yet. The tournament also witnessed great match attendance and broke TV viewer records. There is no doubt that women’s football has become highly recognised all over the world. At the elite level we can certainly say that the future of women’s football has already arrived. However, as we look back with satisfaction on the quality of the top teams’ play in Germany, we are also aware that there is still much to be done to improve the women’s game around the world, especially in those countries where women still face a struggle simply to be allowed to play the beautiful game. In the next four years, FIFA will continue to live up to its mission for women’s football in creating more opportunities for women and girls to become involved in our sport. The main aim towards the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™ will be to support FIFA member associations in further establishing women’s football competitions and leagues while also placing a special emphasis on grassroots and youth development. Through FIFA women’s football development programmes, FIFA will continue championing recognition and equality for women and girls. With a tailor-made approach, our member associations will be able to access multifaceted support ranging from expertise and teaching and promotional material to football equipment and ﬁnancial assistance. The programmes on offer for the next four years will strive to encourage and create competition opportunities at all levels. Member associations should also give the opportunity to women to take up leadership positions within their structures. The greatest beneﬁciaries will be the girls and women as hopefully they will have new possibilities to play and enjoy the game. Let’s embrace the challenges together and bring more women and girls on board! For the Game. For the World.
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In a March 16 New York Times article titled “Dearth of a Nation,” Alice Rawsthorn, design critic for the International Herald Tribune, proposed that American furniture design had fallen far from its lofty mid-20th-century status and been overtaken by European practitioners and producers. “If I were to compile my list of the world’s top furniture designers,” Rawsthorn wrote, “it would include Jasper Morrison and Marc Newson in Britain, Konstantin Grcic in Germany, Hella Jongerius and Jurgen Bey in the Netherlands, and the Bouroullecs in France, but no Americans.” These were fighting words, and I.D. invited Rawsthorn to expand on her views in conversation with a group of American design experts. The discussion was conducted by email over three days in March. Let’s start by deﬁning the premise. I think it’s safe to say that we’re not in a heyday of American furniture design. Why is that? Are the institutions, values, and systems by which design is judged hopelessly Eurocentric? Or, if we are to assume some measure of critical objectivity, then what makes European, and perhaps Japanese, design superior? In the current, global context, is it even important or useful to talk about “American design”? Alice Rawsthorn: My New York Times column sprang from many conversations with friends in the U.S. design scene over the years. What interested me as a non-American was that so much U.S. design is ﬂourishing. Look at graphics, new media, games, typography—America sports world-class designers in all of those disciplines, as well as Apple as an exemplar of corporate design management, and One Laptop Per Child as a stellar example of humanitarian design. Why wasn’t the U.S. achieving the same high standards in furniture? I do not believe that the answer is Eurocentric Americaphobia. That certainly wasn’t the case when the Eameses, Bertoia, and Nelson emerged in the postwar era, and it isn’t ...
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