LGBT rights are once again a major focus of the Football People weeks in 2018, as organisations around the world come together to promote LGBTQI inclusion in football.
European football governing body UEFA continues to show its support to the Football People weeks with more activities planned during a comprehensive round of UEFA club competition games to come.
We speak to Syrian refugee and ex-professional footballer Raed Bko about his journey and his role on the panel of Kompass and One Young World The Hague’s #FootballPeople event in Den Haag.
UEFA’s focus on the fight for equality, diversity and inclusion in European football continues with the launch of a collection of good practices provided by UEFA member associations.
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.