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As FIFA Ethics and Regulations Watch, our main focus is to monitor the main body of football (FIFA). FIFA has gained a lot of power since its foundation in 1904. A power that reaches far beyond football. Our aim is to check if FIFA is executing its major responsibility according to its own ethical standards and regulations and in constant abidance with the international law and human rights.

FIFA makes important updates to Code of Ethics

(FIFA) - FIFA has made some important updates to its Code of Ethics to increase the efficiency of the independent Ethics Committee, to protect...

Reporter Explores FIFA Corruption’s Broader Impact

By - by Tara Subramaniam - Corruption within soccer governing organizations across the globe has ramifications beyond the impact on the sport, BuzzFeed news reporter Ken...

FERW: FIFA continues to fails in ending wide scale corruption

Fifa Ethics and Regulations Watch (FERW) calls on The Fédération Internationale Football Association (FIFA) to step up its efforts to fight corruption on its...

FIFA WATCH: UAE should not host FIFA tournaments

FIFA Ethics and Regulations Watch (FERW) refuse holding the FIFA Club World Cup UAE 2018 in that country due to its awful human rights...

In China, FIFA’s Focus Is Soccer, Not Human Rights

(The New York Times) - FIFA, the international body governing global soccer, has come under heavy criticism in recent years for awarding two World...

Fifa prepare launch of ‘landmark’ reform of transfer system to curb influence of agents

Fifa is close to launching its biggest ever reform of the transfer system, including new tough curbs to diminish the power of player agents....

FIFA must challenge Russia’s human rights record

When the whistle blows in St. Petersburg's Zenit Arena on Saturday, signaling the start of the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup, not everyone will be...

Afghan coach ‘disgusted’ by Infantino, wants FIFA head to go

(AssociatedPress) — The coach of the Afghanistan women’s soccer team is “disgusted” with Gianni Infantino over the handling of sexual abuse cases and calls...

Switzerland: FIFA’s transfer reforms are a cover for ‘organised crime’

(InsideWorldFootball) - FIFA’s move to reform the player transfer market are unlikely to go far enough to appease critics who say that in reality...

FIFA explain why City avoid transfer ban but Chelsea didn’t

(Football365) - A FIFA spokesman has explained why Manchester City have succeeded where Chelsea failed in avoiding a transfer ban, the Mirror reports. City have been fined £315,000 by the governing body...

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