The World Heart Day is encouraging women around the world to get active and pop up a football pitch to share a spontaneous game with friends for an heart-healthy lifestyle.
A second resolution to further anti-discrimination work in Ukrainian football was, unanimously, adopted last Monday, in Kyiv.
Women’s rights have become one of the focal points of the 17th Asian Games after a series of incidents that have shone a light on the issue.
A video featuring leading players and a prominent Fare member group has been launched as part of the Football People campaign
Former Blackburn and Queens Park Rangers defender asked not to play in second half because of abuse from Torpedo fans.
Football’s potential to promote good values and life skills will be explored across Ibero-America through a new youth programme.
An Hungarian seminar will focus on the role of governing bodies in preventing and sanctioning discrimination in football stadiums.
Brazil’s Superior Court of Sporting Justice will investigate the alleged homophobic chants performed by Corinthians and São Paulo fans at last Sunday’s (21 September) clash between the two sides.
Representatives and campaigners will look at the impact of Ultra groups in the country’s recent events and explore football’s positive role in peacebuilding and addressing discrimination.
The ‘Captains of Change’ programme aims to progressively open the game at all levels to a wider range of people with different origins and backgrounds.
Five times Brasileirão champion Corinthians have published an anti-discrimination manifesto to refrain its fans from shouting homophobic abuse at matches.
The 2014 UEFA ‘Respect Diversity’ conference has drawn the attention of European football on issues of diversity and exclusion across the sport.
Fare delegates met ahead of the UEFA Respect Diversity conference to receive an update on work progress and to discuss areas of strategy for the coming months.
Organised by UEFA, with the support of the Fare network and FIFPro, activists, professional clubs, leagues and administrators gathering in Rome for pan-European ‘Respect Diversity’.
After a few failed attempts to clear the club management and the stands from extremist group, supporters of Beitar Jerusalem decide to start a new club under the values and ideals that the Israeli club has historically represented.
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during August 2014.
Scolari’s club Grêmio has been banned from the country’s main cup competition over a racist incident.
The deadline to apply for the Small Grants scheme to fund activities, as part of the Football People action weeks in October, ends this week, on 7 September.
Matches of the Costa Rican first division celebrated, last weekend (30-31 August), the country’s cultural diversity ahead of the national Black History Day under the motto ‘No to Racism’.