Bulgaria’s Levski Sofia call for supporters to refrain from displaing racist symbols.
Until 9 September groups can apply for seed funding to run activities during the Fare action weeks in October
Conferences, sports festivals, educational interventions and a travelling roadshow will take place in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ireland, Italy, Macedonia, Poland, Russia, Spain and Ukraine
Launched to coincide with the start of the new football season, the campaign highlights the positive sides of being a football fan in Scotland
The free mobile app, which now includes the ability to attach video, photo and audio evidence, is available on iOS and Android devices.
German FA work with professional and grassroots football clubs to support inclusion projects for refugees living in Germany.
PrideHouse Rio is a comprehensive initiative looking to advance LGBT inclusion in Brazil during the 2016 Olympics.
With the club wants to provide a specialised point of contact for people who are affected by homophobia, biphobia and transphobia and have questions or require related support.
The Fare network expressed its concerns over the recent comments by the President of the Polish FA, Zbigniew Boniek about Never Again.
Organizacja Fare wydała oświadczenie w sprawie kampanii oczerniania przez prezesa PZPN Zbigniewa Bońka stowarzyszenia “Nigdy Więcej”
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during July 2015. This list is only likely to reflect a proportion of the incidents that occurred. All reports have been brought to Fare’s attention through eye-witness or media accounts. A Fare observer scheme is also currently at place at UEFA…
The small grants programme is open to grassroots organisations to implement local activities that promote social inclusion through football