Law, Society and Popular Culture
Grounds for Benefit report published
12 February 2013
This paper forms part of the Centre’s ongoing work with Supporters Direct , and the launch was part of a lobby of parliament , and their ongoing campaign around supporter involvement, and community ownership, in football. For more details of the launch see here. Previous papers for Supporters Direct, that members of the Centre have contributed to, include the Briefing Papers Developing Public Policy to Encourage Supporter Community Ownership in Football and Developing football Regulation to Encourage Supporter Community Ownership in Football
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