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.