A week-long capacity building programme will bring together youngsters from eight European countries to Serbia to experience the value intercultural training through sport.
Austrian football bodies have announced new anti-discrimination measures to stamp out discrimination and further inclusion.
The 2014 ‘Respect Diversity’ conference, organised jointly by UEFA, Fare and FIFPro, aims to step up the fight against discrimination in European football.
Launched last Saturday ahead of the Spanish premier league kick-off the #LaLigaSinHomofobia hash tag called on players to answer to questions and supporters to help the campaign become a ‘trending topic’.
Kick it Out’s Chair Lord Herman Ouseley has commented on the alleged discriminatory remarks made by former Cardiff City Malky Mackay and Iain Moody.
A pilot project is looking to increase the presence and participation of women in Brazilian football through a series of training and educational actions.
UEFA have opened a disciplinary investigation against the newly elected President of the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) Carlo Tavecchio for ‘alleged racism’.
Derogatory chanting against certain regions of Italy will be treated less severely than racial discrimination this season following a decision by the Italian Football Federation.
Representatives of the LGBT organisation Comunidad Homosexual Argentina and the Argentinian national gay team met the country’s Football Association to strengthen the fight against homophobia.
A sports conference will bring together students, academics, national governing bodies and other stakeholders in University Sport, to discuss female empowerment through sport on 8 October, in Stirling, Scotland.
Researchers from the Manchester University say football can help refugees and asylum seekers become part of new communities.
Born of the need to address societal problems, anti-discrimination festivals have grown to become the most visible challenges to street level far-right extremist political movements.
Vieira criticises authorities, says decision was ‘made in football but is bigger than football’, as UISP urge push for social values
Die Bewerbungsperiode für Fare “Small Grants” für Aktivitäten und Aktionen während der Fare Aktionswochen im Oktober startete am 1. August und läuft bis 7. September.
Carlo Tavecchio has been elected the new president of the Italian Football Federation (FIGC), replacing Giancarlo Abete
English clubs will face fines for racist, homophobic anti-Semitic behaviour.
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during July 2014.
Forty top women football players have signed a petition urging FIFA to change its proposal for the 2015 Women’s World Cup to be contested on artificial pitches.
An international film festival focusing on the issues of racism in football is set to take place this October, in Portugal, as part of the Football People weeks.
A new Australian research has revealed football plays a key role helping migrant groups adjust to their new lives in the country
Sport Against Racism Ireland (SARI) are calling on groups to get involved in the 2014 Soccerfest, to be held in Dublin, between 13-14 September.
The 2014 small grants scheme has been launched by the Fare network to fund activities as part of the Football People action weeks in October.