News of the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan has shaken people across the globe. In Afghanistan itself the fears of women and girls within the country are plain to see. Sport and football in particular have been part of the reconstruction of the country, what will happen now?
(English) Fare is looking to appoint six experts in refugee inclusion and sport for a paid role as part of the EU-funded INSPIRES project.
Stakeholders across English football and other sports will begin an 81-hour boycott of social media this afternoon (30 April)
(English) The Football v Transphobia (FvT) Week of Action kicks off today (24th March) until the 31 March.
Join the movement of thousands around the world with initiatives for social inclusion and diversity.
Fare believes in an inclusive sport free of discrimination. Reporting abuse and discrimination is one means through which we can highlight issues and challenge denial.
Our database gives refugees and activists the opportunity to find out about football activities near where they live and how they can get involved.