The ‘Captains of Change’ programme aims to progressively open the game at all levels to a wider range of people with different origins and backgrounds.
Five times Brasileirão champion Corinthians have published an anti-discrimination manifesto to refrain its fans from shouting homophobic abuse at matches.
The 2014 UEFA ‘Respect Diversity’ conference has drawn the attention of European football on issues of diversity and exclusion across the sport.
Fare delegates met ahead of the UEFA Respect Diversity conference to receive an update on work progress and to discuss areas of strategy for the coming months.
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.