The first Girls Festival brought together 240 girls to stressed the GFF commitment to break barriers and taboos associated with women’s football.
The RFEF have announced a new work group to analyse and study the issues around violence, discrimination and intolerance in Spanish football
The project is looking to promote the integrated practice of sport between boys and girls under 14 years old and support local female talents.
Around the globe football initiatives are mobilising efforts to bring comfort and help communities in need during the Christmas and Holiday season.
An agreement aiming to strengthen the relationship between Spain and Latin America on the grounds of sport and social inclusion has been signed by the LFP and Ibero-American institutions.
The football initiative is bringing together fans and clubs across Europe in a united action to help improve the living situation of refugees across the globe.
On the United Nations International Migrants Day, marked on the 18th December, Fare celebrates the efforts, contributions and rights of migrants worldwide.
The initiative comes after a 2011-2014 report, which analysed the region’s radio and television sporting programmes and newspapers, showed that women’s sport is often marginalised.
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during November 2014. This list is only likely to reflect a proportion of the incidents that occurred.
New data highlights shocking levels of underrepresentation of ethnic minorities and women in football leadership positions
Twelve different personal stories, filmed in 12 different countries, are highlighting sports’ role to overcome physical, social and cultural barriers.
The president of the Italian Serie A club has been suspended for three months and fined €10,000 over a racist comment aimed at the Inter Milan Indonesian President Erick Thohir.
Fare LGBTIQ member and activists came together in Berlin for a meeting to discuss priorities for tackling LGBT-phobia, inclusion in football and future action.
Leading football administrators, international players, and Fare gathered at “game-changing” seminar on institutional discrimination.
The Santos FC player, who was racially abused by opposing fans at a Brazilian Cup match in August, received a human rights award for his fights against racism.
Over 1000 Argentinian children came together in Buenos Aires to celebrate the closing of a season of sport for development and inclusion.
Footballers, policy makers, football administrators, academics and NGO groups will attend a seminar this Friday looking at institutional discrimination within European football.
The Eat for Goals! app teaches children how to eat healthy eating like the world’s top footballers.
FC Rostov midfielder Guélor Kanga was suspended for three matches and fined €700 for making an “insulting gesture” towards FC Spartak Moscow fans who racially abused him.
French NGOs Paris Foot Gay, Sportitude, SOS Racisme in partnership with Paris Saint-Germain Foundation celebrate the Respect Day
FIFA pledge to step up its measures to tackle racism and discrimination at matches under its jurisdiction.
Public awareness campaign brings together footballers to help halt the Ebola epidemic and recognise health workers fighting disease