The report highlights over 200 cases of discriminatory behaviour linked to Russian football over two seasons
The conference will discuss strategies to further grow womens football and increase representation of women in leadership positions
Guest blog: German journalist Nicole Selmer looks at a Brazilian initiative which hired 30 mothers as stewards as a move to counter violence at a local match, exploring stereotypical perceptions of women in football.
Through the experiences of players and football managers the programe addresses racism and the under-representation of ethnic minorities in Dutch football.
The suspensions came as a result of investigations into the racist incident on the Paris Métro on Tuesday afternoon.
Football bodies, fans and politicians have united to condemn Chelsea fans’ racist incident in Paris Métro.
The D Word guide offers the sports media ideas and action points to help tackle low levels of diversity across the industry.
Chelsea fans cause shock as they stop a black Parisian from getting onto a metro train and sing to celebrate their own racism.
The call comes after the former AC Milan manager said that Italy has “no dignity or pride” because it has “too many blacks” in youth teams
Thomas Hitzlesperger joined over 120 football fans that gathered at the UK Football Museum
The online campaign is featuring 41 Duke student-athletes, who through photographs are addressing pejorative and discriminatory terms.
The inclusion programme is part of the wider campaign ‘Fratelli di Sport’ focused on the development of inclusive policies to promote a unified society.
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during January 2015.
The former Aston Villa, Lazio and Stuttgart player will join 120 fans in Manchester to discuss homophobia in football.
The goal of the campaign is to engage sporting organisations in promoting an environment free of violence and discrimination across stadiums, changing rooms and terraces.
Guidance booklet translated into Croatian to inform fans, clubs and media about discriminatory signs in football
The festival, which aims to reinforce thesocial work of the Athletic Club Foundation, will feature 10 documentaries from countries such as Brazil, France and the UK.
The initiative, which will run until June 2017, aims to improve the impact and contributes of professional football in social inclusion projects.
A white card will be used by referees to highlight positive practices and ethical behaviour carried out by players, managers and supporters at matches.
The workshops also include information about doping in football and the appropriate use of social media.
During the period, the Belgian organisation will hold a series of events aiming to address homophobia in football and educate supporters, players and clubs on discrimination.
Activities in Belgium, France, Poland and the UK will be promoting positive action against discrimination based on sexuality and gender identity
The anti-discrimination institute renewed a cooperative agreement with the Argentinian FA to monitor matches in professional football.
Camille Abily, Lotta Schelin, Laura Georges and Verónica Boquete will join Steffi Jones as UEFA ambassadors in new development programme
Ahead of an evening training session, players of the LGBT team Les Dégommeuses were subjected to homophobic abuse and physically stopped from entering the pitch.