The Fare Network works across all levels of football and in the anti-discrimination and social development sectors to advance the inclusion of marginalised and disenfranchised groups, and to engage policy makers, key players and governing bodies.
The work of the Fare network is unique. We are active in football but our reach extends far beyond it. The focus of our work is of course to tackle discrimination – that is how we are best known – but fighting against discrimination in football entails a larger effort of advocating for inclusion in society, equal rights, social change, better governance and by focusing on development.
Our methodology of work is rooted in anti-discrimination campaigning, but draws heavily on the techniques of social development, partnership development and information sharing.
The sport strand of the European Commission programme aims to support European partnerships to deliver education, training and youth activities across…
FARE Observer Scheme
Setting better standards for sport and humanity
Football People weeks of action
The #FootballPeople weeks unite supporters, clubs, players, minority groups and communities affected by discrimination to stand for equality and…