Fare will organise a panel discussion at the 2018 UN Human Rights Council Social Forum in Geneva on 2nd October 2018 on whether a meaningful social legacy for human rights through sporting mega events is possible.
The Centre for Access to Sport (CAFE) have announced an international conference to take place in Bilbao on 16-17 November bringing together key stakeholders from across football focused on disability inclusion.
Dutch civil rights organisation Kompass will hold panel discussions focusing on LGBT rights and racism in football during this year’s #FootballPeople weeks
As part of the INSPIRE project, partners Fundacja dla Wolności have been running football sessions for asylum seekers throughout the summer at Podkowa Leśna-Dębak, a centre for foreigners close to Warsaw.
Further discussions on football’s role in supporting the development and personal empowerment of ethnic minority women.
Fare believes in an inclusive sport free of discrimination. Reporting abuse and discrimination is one means through which we can highlight issues and challenge denial.
Our database gives refugees and activists the opportunity to find out about football activities near where they live and how they can get involved.