Fans across the country will join the remembrance of the victims of Nazism through debates, film screenings and music concerts.
The club mentions “unprofessional actions” as the reason to have called off the deal.
The exhibition celebrates the contributes of Jewish people to football in Germany and commemorates the victims of the Holocaust.
On 9 January the Trust presented their newest anti-homophobia banner as part of its long-standing commitment to challenge prejudice.
The three-years research initiative, which provides an insight view on football as a social and cultural phenomenon in Europe, will present its findings on 17 March, in Belgium.
Among the measures discussed by the representatives of the English football to addressed the problem was the introduction of a version of the ‘Rooney Rule’.
Sarah Samir made her debut as the first female referee to officiate a men’s league match in Egypt.
On Monday, 19 January, the United States celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day and across the world the sports family also marked the day.
The programme will help participants develop and implement their projects to progressively open football to a wider range of people from different origins and backgrounds
In Santander, Spain, the amateur team International FC is well-known for its football but a new documentary is now also promoting its work for the inclusion of immigrants in the society.
The African Cup of Nations 2015 is being used as a platform to inform and raise awareness of an international initiative looking to end hunger in Africa.
Ponte Alerta Contra el Racismo speaks to Fare about its works in challenging prejudice and discrimination in Peruvian football.
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during December 2014. This list is only likely to reflect a proportion of the incidents that occurred.
Between 15-17 January, nine teams from Chile, Argentina and Uruguay will be using football to challenge homophobia and raise awareness of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.
The project, which will feature football matches and gatherings for youngsters, is part of an international movement dedicated to strengthen citizen action and civil society around the world.
Over the last years, football film festivals have become a popular way of exploring local and global issues. In Europe, many have been promoting interesting discussions among fans and the general public.
The English club has fired one of their European scouts, the Dane Torben Aakjaer, over a series of racist comments made on Facebook.
The educational handbook on diversity in football provides an insight view on good practice to further education and on how to prevent, control and sanction incidents
A radio documentary produced by France Culture is highlighting the work of the Parisian team Les Dégommeuses in challenging sexism and homophobia in football.
Polish Fare member will continue in 2015 the capacity building activities of the project ‘Fair Play With Other’
The ten grants of £200 aim to encourage UK grassroots clubs to get involved in championing LGBTI rights in and through football.
Ahead of the FIFA Golden Ball 2015 ceremony, the Brazilian player called for more opportunities for women to practice and pursue a career in football.
Information on the topic is requested in countries including Spain, France, Germany, Belgium and Austria.
With the new reform, the AFC becomes the first international football governing body to have 20% of its ExCo membership as female
The report examined marriage, health, transgender equality, among other areas of progress, also providing an overview of some of the biggest remaining gaps in equality.
The second edition of the photo competition is also promoting equality in sport and the practice of football among women and girls in France.
The conference (15 February) will focus on the issues around LGBT inclusion in football
In Mexico and Argetina youth groups are taking over abandoned public spaces to revitalise them and encourage the practice of sport while promoting social inclusion.
A three-day football festival is bringing together children, youth and the Sydney community to promote football as a tool for empowerment, wellbeing and social harmony.
A football tour to Palestine brought together English and Palestinian women’s teams to play football and exchange experiences both at a personal and communal level
The initiative is a partnership between the Israeli Embassy in Cameroon and the Fare member Mifalot to promote social change through football
Deportes Iquique have been ordered a two-match stadium closure following a racist incident targeting the Venezuelan international Emilio Rentería.