FARE fully supports the activities of the fan group Bijeli Anðeli

FARE fully supports the activities of the fan group Bijeli Anðeli

The Bijeli Anðeli, a fan group of NK Zagreb planned to participate at and contribute to the International Day Against Homophobia on 19 February 2010. They prepared some actions, amongst others a banner saying “With Football Against Homophobia” and a Rainbow Flag for the match. They also asked the club’s and media’s support to promote…

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First European Congress of Roma in Sports in Croatia

First European Congress of Roma in Sports in Croatia

The World Organisation of Roma in co-operation with the FARE network will organise the first European congress of Roma in sports „Football against racism, discrimination and poverty“ from 29 – 30 March 2010 in Zagreb. The World Organization of Roma will be solely responsible for the organisation of the event. The conference will discuss best…

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Hungarian FARE partner prepares Roma kids for tournament

Hungarian FARE partner prepares Roma kids for tournament

Some talented Roma kids are being prepared for a football tournament slated for 5th of May to be held at district 8 in downtown Budapest. This tournament is part of activities organised by the Mahatma Gandhi Human Rights Organisation (MGHRO) in the framework of the FARE Eastern European Development Project leading up to the UEFA…

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Tatort Stadion 2 – Football and Discrimination

Tatort Stadion 2 – Football and Discrimination

Updated version of the travelling exhibition debuts in Bremen Tatort Stadion (English name: Target Stadium) is an exhibition that was developed by the Federation of Active Football Fans (BAFF) in 2001 and has since been shown at almost two hundred locations. The exhibition was pioneering as it was the first to focus on the subject…

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Football unites – but one had to go

Football unites – but one had to go

The Austrian FARE partner FairPlay is supporting the www.fussballverbindet.org campaign against the deportation of a young footballer and his family. Bernard plays football. He is nine years old. Bernard is good, the most talented player ever to come out of his village, his coach says. He is popular among his teammates, his fellow pupils, their…

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How to fight racism in sport? A practical guide for football clubs

How to fight racism in sport? A practical guide for football clubs

The 'NEVER AGAIN' Association has released a toolkit entitled How to fight racism?. It contains practical guidelines and advice concerning the elimination of racist and xenophobic behaviour from stadiums and pitches. The toolkit is tailor-made for Polish football clubs. The manual has been prepared with the support of UEFA and the Football Against Racism in…

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Call for Participation: Development through Football Conference in Vienna (23-24 April)

Call for Participation: Development through Football Conference in Vienna (23-24 April)

Two months away from the first FIFA World Cup finals on the African continent, the “Development through Football – Sustaining the potential of the first African World Cup” conference will draw the attention of the public to the potential contribution of football in addressing poverty and promoting development initiatives. The 2-day Vienna conference (23-24 April…

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FSE Fans’ Action 2010 in Poland and Ukraine

FSE Fans’ Action 2010 in Poland and Ukraine

The Football Supporters Europe (FSE) network launches the FSE Fans’ Action 2010 in Poland and Ukraine. FSE financially supports outstanding (trans-)national fans’ initiatives and projects promoting a positive football supporters culture, including values such as international goodwill, fair play in preparation to EURO2012 . The grant is up to € 1000,- and includes activities organised…

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