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Further discussions on football’s role in supporting the development and personal empowerment of ethnic minority women
Join us for this important event in Bucharest. Fill in the application form by March 5th.
The club’s approach comes after the creation of a dedicated working group on women’s issues within its structures
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during January 2018
Get involved in the Football v Homophobia month of action in February 2018.
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.
A pool of $110,000 is available for organisations across the world to stimulate social change through football.