Maria Suchkova, of GirlPower Russia, writes about her organisation’s involvement in the #FootballPeople weeks.
Altropallone are an Italian group organising activities during the #FootballPeople weeks. Here is their story.
Fare is looking for a Head of Programmes to lead the planning and delivery of our work. Come and join us.
The Football People grants were created to help groups across Europe to tackle discrimination and implement activities for social change.
Lilian Thuram’s comments on racism cause a backlash in France about ‘anti-white racism’.
FIRE project to host networking and educational event on refugee inclusion through football in Glasgow.
Kmotrík Jr. was caught on camera making what was reported as a Nazi salute towards the fans.
Belgian international footballer Vincent Kompany blames FAs for ongoing racism in football.
Fare statement on ongoing racism in Italian football after Romelu Lukaku incident.
UEFA name Borussia Dortmund as winner of its 2019 Equal Game award for the club’s work fighting the far-right, racism and discrimination.
Several high-profile cases of homophobic chanting in French football highlight a growing problem.
For the first time in the history of Brazilian football a referee temporarily suspended a game due to homophobic chanting.
Sseninde Foundation to host fourth edition of its annual Women’s Development Football Cup in Uganda.
New rules in Major League Soccer banning political displays at matches met with major protests.
INSPIRE4ALL project action days take place in Italy and Germany.
The #FootballPeople weeks is the largest campaign for social change and diversity in global football. Here’s how you can get involved.
‘Changing the Chants’ project seeks eight external contributors and developers to develop guidelines to tackle anti-Semitic chanting in football.
EU project FIRE teams up with Fare’s #FootballPeople weeks to offer grants in specific regions.
FIFA announces new disciplinary code with clearer regulations on discrimination including homophobia.
Diversity House LeFoot project in Paris celebrates FIFA Women’s World Cup.
#FootballPeople weeks small grants return for 2019 to support hundreds of projects in Europe’s largest series of social interventions in sport.
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during June 2019.
Refugee teams from all over Italy will travel to Riace for the annual Mondiali Antirazzisti football tournament for social inclusion in July.
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
The Erasmus+ project Step Up Equality has launched two questionnaires to evaluate the needs for training and stakeholder engagement to promote women’s leadership in sports in Europe.
All reports have been brought to Fare’s attention through eyewitness or media accounts. A Fare observer scheme is also currently at place at UEFA club competitions to monitor discriminatory behaviour. Fare has third party reporting status with UEFA, and FIFA on international matches, and at a national level we can support incident reports made by…
Full programme of events for Diversity House LeFoot in Paris. Come and join for us for 10 days as we celebrate the FIFA Women’s World Cup.
REWINS project launches survey aimed at identifying the refugees’ barriers in participation in local sport activities – help us fill it in.
The Fare network will be based in Madrid, Spain for the Equal Game house ahead of the UEFA Champions League final. Come and test your football knowledge by taking part in our quiz.
La Coupe du Monde Féminine de la FIFA de cette année devrait être la plus importante à ce jour et Fare sera au cœur de l’action. Le Diversity House LeFoot, qui ouvrira ses portes le vendredi 7 juin, organisera une exposition sur l’histoire du football féminin et une célébration des pionnières, des matches de la…
The Fare network will be launching the Diversity House LeFoot project in Paris, France, to celebrate the Women’s World Cup.
Please note that the Fare network has now relocated to a new address in the Netherlands.
The second Fare roundtable on ethnic minority women in football will be held in Paris in June.
In our guest blog, Michele Taylor looks at the development of women’s football in Spain.
On The International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT), a look at how football celebrates the community.
The following incidents of discrimination have been reported to Fare during April 2019.
INSPIRE4ALL project partners Polisportiva San Precario will organise their Action Days in the local communities in Italy next week.
A new educational resource kit which can be used to educate young people against discrimination and to celebrate difference has been launched by the Fare network.
Fare network se complace en dar la bienvenida a la Dra. Brenda Elsey al equipo.
The Fare network is delighted to welcome Dr. Brenda Elsey to the team.
Stephanie Frappart is the first woman to referee a men’s football match in France’s top division.
Members of Fare from around Europe came together to tell the story of their day-to-day work and the challenges they face in their fight for social inclusion through sport. A series of short videos featuring groups from Germany, Hungary, France, Italy and Poland was then made capturing the activities and measures the groups use to…
List of incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia reported to Fare during March 2019.
On International Roma Day Fare speaks to two Roma rights members groups about their work.
The Fare network celebrated twenty years of fighting for equality and inclusion in European football at Wembley.
The following are a list of incidents reported to Fare during February 2019.
On International Women’s Day we celebrate five grassroots women’s groups doing brilliant work in sport.
The Fare network is celebrating 20 years of fighting for equality and inclusion.
Belgian football to celebrate diversity and respect with “Football for All” rainbow weekend.
We would like to hear your thoughts on the educational power of football history to drive social change.
The German Football Federation (DFB) will continue its project to support refugee integration through football.
Alarming number of incidents of racist and sectarian chanting in Scottish football raises concern.
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during January 2019.
The Fare network is looking to recruit a Development lead for CONCACAF and CONMEBOL regions.
The Football v Homophobia campaign kicks off today with events lined up throughout February.
Senegalese footballer Gueye Ass Dia was playing in goal for Serino, a team that plays in the Campania regional divisions (Promozione campano), when he is alleged to have been racially abused by the referee before being sent off. In response to the incident the team president Donato Trotta pulled his team off the field, saying:…
Clubs around Europe will join thousands around the world in marking the occasion of Holocaust Memorial Day on 27th January.
Head of Italy’s football federation says games must stop if racism takes place, after Kalidou Koulibaly incident.
Fare is pleased to announce that the following 23 groups have been awarded Football v Homophobia grants.
Fare is seeking to appoint an LGBT+ reference group to support its work on LGBT+ inclusion.
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during December 2018.