The NBA imposed a lifetime ban on the owner of the LA Clippers, following his remarks about black people heard on a recording released last Friday.
Fourth banana incident in one week as Barcelona’s Alves responds by picking up and biting it
Barack Obama has condemned the racist comments attributed to the Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, which is likely to increase with the leaking of additional remarks.
Mbo Mpenza, a Belgium pioneer of football, has been announced as a Fare ambassador today at an exhibition that celebrates Belgium footballers.
Hapoel Petah Tikva makes waves in mostly Jewish league by recruiting players from northern Israel Arab villages.
France’s new Sports Minister Thierry Braillard has defended the right of his country to uphold its policy of banning headscarves for footballers, defying the game’s lawmakers decision.
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A sports tribunal has stripped points from a Brazilian club because its fans racially abused a referee during a match, causing its relegation.
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during March 2014.
An annual football tournament is bringing together Portland’s (US) immigrant and refugee youth to celebrate the city’s cultural traditions and diversity.
German football groups have invited the Turkish gay referee Halil Dinçdağ for a series of anti-homophobia consciousness-raising events, to be held between 8 and 13 April.
A EC report which analysed the effectiveness of Europe’s inclusion policies, has revealed that European Roma still endure situations of racism, poverty and lack of access to education or employment.
RoPS head coach welcomed the fact that his squad has few players of African heritage.
Australia’s major sport codes will come together next Wednesday (9 April), in Sydney, to collectively commit to tackling discrimination based on sexual orientation.
The film follows a team of young players pursuing their dream of participating in the Gothia Cup and becoming the first Laos football team ever to play outside of Asia.
Municipal authorities of Bialystok have signed a deal with local football club Jagiellonia to support the city’s efforts to combat racism and intolerance.