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“It’s a girl’s world as well now” - Founder of UK’s largest Sikh women’s club wins UEFA grassroots award

Parm Gill, founder of local amateur club Guru Nanak Ladies FC, has been awarded the prestigious 2018 UEFA Grassroots Gold Award for Best Leader for…


Fare to host panel at UN Social Forum on human rights and sporting mega events

Fare to organise panel discussion at 2018 UN Human Rights Council Social Forum in Geneva on 2nd October 2018 on social legacy through sports.


Horn of Africa Development Initiative (HODI) wins FIFA Diversity Award

The Kenya-based Horn of Africa Development Initiative (HODI) has won the Fifa 2018 Diversity Award. HODI was given the award on Sunday in London "for…


CAFE announces conference with leading disability inclusion experts

The Centre for Access to Sport (CAFE) have announced an international conference to take place in Bilbao on 16-17 November bringing together key…


Dutch civil rights organisation Kompass to hold LGBT rights and anti-racism panel during #FootballPeople weeks

Dutch civil rights organisation Kompass will hold panel discussions focusing on LGBT rights and racism in football during this year’s…


INSPIRE project continues with Fundacja dla Wolności summer sessions for refugees in Warsaw

As part of the INSPIRE project, partners Fundacja dla Wolności have been running football sessions for asylum seekers throughout the summer at…


Competition: WIN a signed poster from African football great Yaya Toure

To celebrate the #FootballPeople weeks enter our competition to win a signed poster of African football legend Yaya Toure.


List of incidents reported to Fare during August 2018

The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during August 2018. This list is only…


How Georgia v Latvia last night became about homophobia vs tolerance

Guram Kashia has become a symbol for LGBT equality in his native Georgia and around the world – but his open and vocal support has not been accepted…


Integration of refugee women through sport continues as INSPIRE Project makes progress

The Fare INSPIRE project (Integration through Sport and Inclusion for Refugees in Europe) is a European-wide initiative seeking to increase the…


Champions ohne Grenzen to host Women in the Coaching Zone workshop during #FootballPeople weeks

Champions ohne Grenzen will hold its one-day workshop, start2coach - Women* in the Coaching Zone, during this year’s #FootballPeople weeks. The…


Fare blog: The sexist Lazio fans and their ilk are being called out

The issue of sexism in football was never too far from the surface at the World Cup 2018 this summer, and it did not take long for the new season in…

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