CAFE joins the FARE network

CAFE joins the FARE network

CAFE – the Centre for Access to Football in Europe participated to represent disabled supporters at the FARE conference “Football for Equality” in Vienna in December. Equality and improving access for disabled people affects society at many levels, and so CAFE has been formed to improve access for disabled fans, to raise disability awareness through…

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Full-time FARE co-ordinator sought

Full-time FARE co-ordinator sought

FARE was established a decade ago as a European network to campaign against all forms of discrimination in the sport. It has been very successful in raising awareness at all levels of the game and its work has expanded to extend across nearly 40 countries. FARE is currently reforming its governance arrangements so that they…

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FARE network prepares itself in Vienna for future challenges

FARE network prepares itself in Vienna for future challenges

One decade after the foundation of the Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE) network in Vienna, more than 100 campaigners, fans, football administrators, players, policy makers and experts from 28 European countries came together once again in Austria’s capital to devise the future of the network. Over the weekend the “Football for Equality” networking conference,…

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A new age for sport in the Republic of Macedonia

A new age for sport in the Republic of Macedonia

FARE partner MCCD (Macedonian Centre for Culture and Development) reports a new era for sport in the Republic of Macedonia with the foundation of the Council for the Social Dimension of Sport without Violence, Nationalism and Racism, the intercessory body in the framework of MCCD, formed with support of the National Agency for Youth and…

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FARE network celebrates 10 years

FARE network celebrates 10 years

The Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE) network celebrates 10 years of campaigning this weekend as over 100 fans, activists and NGO’s come together at the Franz-Horr-Stadium in Vienna, home of FK Austria. The two day conference, on 13 and 14 December, will mark some of the network’s key achievements since its formation in Vienna…

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Fans of FK Senica and DAC Dunajská Streda show how to beat nationalism

Fans of FK Senica and DAC Dunajská Streda show how to beat nationalism

FARE Slovakian partner Ludia proti rasizmu report an unusual and inspiring moment among fans of different ethnic backgrounds. Among the five-million population of Slovakia lives a hungarian minority with around 0,5 million people. Nationalism is unfortunately present also on football matches when DAC Dunajska Streda (the club from the area where the hungarian community lives)…

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