Anti-Semitic, Islamophobic and far-right banners were unfurled by ultras groups during the Viktoria Plzeň and Slavia Prague match.
Dedicated matches and football clinics for youngsters will take place over the next four years in Europe, the Americas and Asia to further gender equality through the sport.
The attack follows a series of similar incidents in France. In February, the French team Les Dégommeuses was subjected to homophobic abuse.
Officials remind Russian football authorities that more needs to be done to combat racism following Frimpong’s punishment
The conference will look at solutions to a more accessible and inclusive sport for disabled people in Europe and activities around the UEFA EURO 2016.
Participating teams will go on a football tour from Beirut to different rural areas of Lebanon to play football and attend football-related courses on gender equality and social development.
Days after the Ufa midfielder was racially abused, a new row over discrimination emerged highlighting the extent of far-right involvement in fan groups
The report looks at how football can contribute to the sustainable development of society.
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during June 2015.
Ahead of the UEFA European Women’s Under-19 Championship, the national teams of Israel and England held a joint training session to promote the sport and its positive values.
Stakhovsky is quoted by Ukrainian sports website XSport.ua as saying:”On the WTA tour, almost every other player is a lesbian. So I for sure won’t send my daughter to play tennis.”
“We’re calling on the Cork County Board to issue a statement asking the fans to desist because it’s a flag of hatred” said SARI international and education officer Ken McCue
This year’s Greek Cup final was used as an opportunity to send across a message against bullying and for inclusion.
Under the agreement the two organisations will work together to support and help develop CSR programmes of football clubs
On Saturday 3 July Fare will make a presentation and officially launch the Football People action weeks
The initiative will provide support to women across the globe who are looking to become future leaders in football