The House will be located at the UEFA Champions Festival in Cardiff Bay from 11am to 11pm between 01-04 June
A photograph on the city government’s official website showed two people in blackface at Saturday’s parade. The people in the photograph are accompanied by others waving Cameroonian flags.
A number initiatives will be activated in partnership with the You Can Play Project and men’s and women’s national teams players’ associations to mark the month
The agreement is part of a wider national plan aimed at raising awareness of racial discrimination
‘Por el juego y por tus derechos’ is expected to reach 60,000 children
The project has been selected as one of the 37 shortlisted organisations out of more than 300 applications
The workshop will feature a range of international speakers documenting homophobic practices in Latin American football and consider specific solutions
The House will be located on the partners’ area of the neutral fan zone in Kungsträdgården, open from 11am-20pm on 23-24 May
Steinhaus has been appointed an official referee for the 2017/18 Bundesliga season
‘Our body, Ou rights, Our Game’ festival is focused on driving gender equality and women’s rights in India
The campaign is aimed at making football the No1 participation sport for girls and women in Europe by 2022
The action follows new research that shows that disabled football fans feel excluded from live games.
Incidents of racism have marred matches in Bulgaria and Mexico. In China, Lavezzi was forced to issue an apology over a racist picture
The tournament is set to kick-off next month in as part of CONMEBOL efforts to promote and develop the game and increase competitiveness
The event will kick-off a debate on homophobia in football a month before Russia hosts the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup
Boca Juniors Frank Fabra was racially abused during an Argentine Primera División match on Saturday. The referee did not halt the match claiming the taunts were isolated.
Boca Juniors repudió los lamentables hechos que se produjeron en el partido del torneo local ante Estudiantes de La Plata
We have recorded 10 incidents in which players were punished or ignored after suffering racism
Juventus defender Mehdi Benatia was speaking in a live interview with Rai2 when he overheard someone racially abusing him
Blaming the victim and claiming only a few people were involved will not succeed in dealing with a serious problem
The guide provides training methodology and guidance to increase the regular participation of refugees in sport and promote social inclusion
No action to be taken against opponents because too few fans involved. UN describes him as “an inspiration”
Football Communities will involved 400 players distributed across 16 teams from 16 social centres for refugees and migrants
Bidding criteria is based on the UN ‘Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights’