The report concluded that “a form of institutional discrimination” was continuing to limit opportunities.
United many fan groups opposed discrimination
CAFE second international conference will bring together stakeholders from different areas to discuss best practice solutions to improve disabled supporters’ experience at match days
Awareness raising initiatives at grassroots and professional football will foster the inclusion of refugees through the practice of sport and promotion of volunteering
Over 80 pupils completed a series of challenges to win ‘Fairtrade Footballs’ to donate to children in Zambia through the ‘Africa on the Ball’ scheme
The gathering discussed the damaging effect of discriminatory behaviour on the football culture and agreed to outline an overarching strategy to address the problem
A video shows a group of Dynamo Kyiv fans attack four black supporters standing a few meters from them.
Guest blog: Nasima Bokova tells of the adventure of a group of Muslim women challenging cultural barriers in Moscow, during the Football People weeks.
Through their ‘No To Racism’ initiative UEFA reiterate their support to the Fare action weeks, engaging top-fly players, football giants and millions around the world.
Nearly 100 UEFA matches dedicated to Fare
Groups across Europe have been working on initiatives with the aim of ensuring that everyone has a chance to be involved in football
A Football People branded van will take coaches, goals and other equipment to disenfranchised youth and migrants in Ireland in a move to boost inclusion.
Nearly 100 Jewish and Arab children came together for a day of football and inclusion activities, days before a series of attacks soared tensions in Israel.
Initiatives will champion LGBT rights in an effort to increase the visibility of and create safe spaces for the rainbow community in football.
Campaigns, conferences and other football initiatives will challenge glass ceilings in women’s football during the Fare action weeks.
‘Buly’ tells the story of two teenagers going through different challenges, such as discrimination, and is looking to become an educational resource to combat social exclusion.
National and international level conferences will use football to address sensitive societal issues around discrimination and glass ceilings during the Football People weeks.
The Football People weeks will see thousands of activities take place between 8-22 October and the support of leading stars highlight football’s contribution to multi-ethnic and diverse societies.
PARIS, FRANCE — Activists representing the organisations that delivered the last four Pride Houses are travelling to Paris, France for a Pride House Summit to be held on October 10, 2015. The meeting, which is part of the FARE #footballpeople Action Weeks, is open to all interested parties, and is intended to build on the…
Featuring over 40 different initiatives, the database highlights a wide range of activities carried out across Europe to welcome refugees through football opportunities.
There are a number of ways of how you can get involved. Be inspired and take action now!
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during September 2015.
‘Women and Football Working Day’ on 17 Oct.