A week-long capacity building programme will bring together youngsters from eight European countries to Serbia to experience the value intercultural training through sport.
A number of new anti-discrimination measures have been announced in Austrian football to reinforce the sport’s long-standing commitment to stamp out discrimination and further inclusion.
The 2014 small grants scheme has been launched by the Fare network to fund activities as part of the Football People action weeks in October.
The 2014 ‘Respect Diversity’ conference, organised jointly by UEFA, Fare and FIFPro, aims to step up the fight against discrimination in European football.
Become part of the largest series of anti-discrimination activities in European football. Join the Football People weeks between 9-23 October.
A total of thirteen organisations across twelve European countries will be funded to run anti-discrimination events during the Football People weeks this October.
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during June 2014.