Football v Homophobia Month of Action 2022

For the 2022 Football v Homophobia Month of Action, Fare are proud to announce a number of new initiatives we will deliver with FvH in the coming month.

The Queer Agenda: The LGBTIQ+ Football Summit

In March, Football v Homophobia and Fare will be hosting an online summit bringing together queer activists from across the globe who are using football to improve the rights and conditions facing LGBTIQ+ people.

We will have leading change makers taking part in the summit, watch announcements for more information. Please save the date, this is one you don’t want to miss.

Football v Homophobia International Grants

This year the Fare Football v Homophobia international grants will focus on creating a long-term impact on the sporting environment. Fare is offering grants for exceptional projects that can support the education-led change, particularly educating football stakeholders on the whys and how of increased inclusion and representation of LGBTIQ+ people.

Have you identified a gap in existing resources that you want to fill? Perhaps you have an idea for an innovative way of reaching and educating decision makers? Maybe you want to launch a strategic plan for lobbying sports bodies on queer issues? Then this year’s FvH grants may be your opportunity.

Find out more information and submit your application here. We highly encourage you to get in touch with a member of our team to discuss your idea by writing to info@farenet.org.

The application process is open until 10 March 2022, with successful activities expected to take place in May around the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.

Open Call: Educational Resources for LGBTIQ+ Inclusive Sports

Fare and FvH are compiling a hub of educational resources around the topic of LGBTIQ+ inclusion in football and sport. If you have created or used any resources that you consider indispensable please share them with us so we can include then in the international database.

The resource can be in any language and focus on any aspect of LGBTIQ+ inclusion in sport, from how to organise a queer-inclusive tournament, to guidance on responsible reporting in the media or establishing an anti-discrimination reporting system. If you have suggestions of resources to include, please email them to info@farenet.org

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