Fare is giving away a pair of tickets for the UEFA Women’s Champions League final. Join our competition to get a chance to see the game.
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during March 2015.
Organisers anticipate 70 hours of programming, over the 10 days of the tournament, celebrating sport and encouraging debates on LGBT discrimination
The programme is designed to identify potential women leaders, equip them with the requisite skills and provide additional support for women already in leadership positions.
Ten grants of €400 each will support actions to tackle discrimination of LGBT people as part of the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia
Sixty delegates representing government sport programmes in Finland met in Helsinki to discuss the role of sport to promote the social inclusion of immigrants.
Over 100 delegates of LGBT fan groups from Germany, England, Switzerland and the Netherlands met last March at the QFF conference to address homophobia in football.
The initiative aims to unite all 41 CONCACAF Member Associations to celebrate women’s football throughout the region.
The pioneer research is being conducted across all eight provinces of the Andalusia region to map the levels and extent of acceptance/rejection of sexual diversity in the region’s football.
Fare sent two independent observers to be in attendance at the UEFA European Championship qualifier match between Croatia and Norway in late March 2015.
On the International Roma Day, Fare looks at football’s unifying power as a solution to bring about a social change and tackle anti-Roma discrimination.
Iran has said it will allow female fans to attend big sporting events alongside men, overturning a long-standing ban.
Twitter will be the platform for a global conference on the role of sport for gender equality, social inclusion and empowerment as part of the UN Day of Sport for Development and Peace.
Bewerben können sich Vereine, Initiativen und Einzelpersonen, die sich im Zeitraum von Juli 2014 bis Juni 2015 im Zusammenhang mit dem Fußball in besonderem Maße für Toleranz und Respekt, für Demokratie und Menschenrechte sowie gegen Diskriminierung,Rassismus und Antisemitismus eingesetzt haben.
An amateur cup is looking to create opportunities for youngsters and bridge gaps furthering inclusion and union across Brazilian cities.
As part of Werder Bremen “For inclusion & diversity” campaign the Bundesliga encounter against Mainz 05 on 4 April will be dedicated to the fight against homophobia.