The Commonwealth Games taking place in Glasgow has become the second major international sporting event to host a Pride House to welcome and celebrate the LGBT community.
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during June 2014.
Anti-discrimination campaigners Kick It Out have announced its second successive ‘Season of Action’, which will focus on grassroots and community activity.
The call follows the Italian Football Federation vice-president’s racist remarks about African footballers in the country.
Racist remarks lead to serious criticism.
Manchester City officials decided to withdraw their players a minute before half-time during the match in Novigrad, west Croatia. HNK Rijeka were leading 1-0 when play was abandoned. A statement posted on the club’s website read: ” Manchester City’s EDS U21 game with HNK Rijeka has today been cancelled due to an alleged incident of…
A new report launched by the UK and Australian business Women on Boards has revealed that many of the top governing bodies have fewer than 20% of board seats held by women.
The ‘Many Cultures, One Game’ is celebrating the contributions of multicultural communities to the game.
Widespread homophobia is forcing people out of sport in Australia.
Minority blamed for crime and social grievances at rallies where local youths are recruited into vigilante patrols.
Australian swimming champion and five-time Olympic gold Ian Thorpe revealed he is gay.
Fare has released a report into incidents of discrimination inside stadiums during this summer’s World Cup in Brazil.
Football Beyond Borders is hosting a football film festival showing how communities and social movements use the game to bring about a change.
Grassroots groups use the World Cup to deliver their own initiatives in impoverished communities.
Over the past week 32 delegations of young people have been participating in the FIFA Football for Hope Festival in Caju, Rio de Janeiro.
A Finnish coach has shocked audiences after remarks he made referring to concentration camps whilst commentating on Germany at the World Cup.
A poll of the Brazilian audience attending the World Cup concluded that 90% of the attendees were from the country’s top two economic classes.
A total of thirteen organisations across twelve European countries will be funded to run anti-discrimination events during the Football People weeks this October.
Thousands of football fans from across Europe will arrive today at Parco Di Bosco Albergati, in the Italian region of Modena, for the anti-discrimination tournament Mondiali Antirazzisti.
Five Australian clubs have taken the pledged to tackle racism by joining the ‘Don’t Stand By.Stand Up!’ campaign, which empowers clubs and players to safely intervene when cases of racism are witnessed.
Discover Football has joined the Brazilian initiatives Estrela Sports and Guerreiras Project to bring about a positive change for women in Brazil and promote football as a tool for female empowerment.