For #WorldRefugeeDayFarehasnameda2019RefugeeXIfeaturingplayersfromrefugeebackgroundsplayinginbothmen’sandwomen’sfootballatthehighestlevel.Read More
Only 37.5% of coaches at the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 are women. We assess why that is and steps being taken to change things.
Fare roundtable event “Inclusion and Respect is a Right” on ethnic minority women in football took place this week in Paris (16-17 June 2019).
For #WorldRefugeeDay Fare has named a 2019 Refugee XI featuring players from refugee backgrounds playing in both men’s and women’s football at the highest level.
Women from 16 countries will join Fare for an event focused on ethnic minority women and football this Sunday and Monday (16/ 17 June) in Paris, France
Further discussions on football’s role in supporting the development and personal empowerment of ethnic minority women.
Fare believes in an inclusive sport free of discrimination. Reporting abuse and discrimination is one means through which we can highlight issues and challenge denial.
Our database gives refugees and activists the opportunity to find out about football activities near where they live and how they can get involved.