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African Centre

16 – 29 October

The not for profit organisation African Centre is organising a roundtable on the importance of Diversity and Respect in Football and its impact on society. Among the attendants will be minority groups, football bodies, fans and players.

The Ukrainian organisation is also holding several football tournaments in Kiev, Donetsk, Lugansk, Odessa, Kharkov, Ternopil and Sumy to promote inclusion and challenge discrimination.

East European Development Institute (EEDI)

23 October

The Ukrianian NGO is holding a national conference that will bring together football authorities, fan clubs and minorities. They are aiming to analyse the issues around discrimination in football and build a National Action Plan based on the experience of hosting the UEFA Euro 2012 and previous Football People Action Weeks activities.

Congress of National Minorities of Ukraine (CNMU)

18 – 25 October

Members of Kyiv Teenager Tolerance Club are organising an event for a mixed group of 30 youngsters including refugees and ethnic minorities, for a workshop on racism in sport and football. During the event, the participants are going to design and create their own anti-discrimination t-shirts and banner.

The participants are also going to participate in a football tournament under the slogan ‘Play together for tolerance and respect’.

Kharkiv University of Humanities ‘Ukrainian People's Academy’

23 October

Kharkiv’s University of Humanities is organising a seminar named ‘Teachers Against Racism’ to debate and exchange anti-discrimination educational approaches.

NRG Women Sports Club

19 – 20 October

The Ukrainian lesbian team is hosting an international women’s football tournament with teams representing Ukraine, Russia and Belarus.

On the day banners with anti-discrimination messages are going to be displayed in the stadium and informative flyers are going to be distributed to spectators.

The highlight of the tournament is going to be the anti-discrimination match that will be played between NGR and a team constituted of players from the guest teams, in which the participants will use Fare Football People t-shirts.

FC Metalist Kharkiv

The Ukrainian club will join Fare during the 2013 Football People weeks. More information will follow soon.

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