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Grassroots activists make refugees welcome by providing newcomers with sporting opportunities to help find a place in their new communities.
Fare is looking to recruit a Global Monitoring and Development Officer to implement a new initiative in world football that creates a global anti-discrimination observer scheme
‘Refugees are my football family’ aims to raise funds and collect football related material to distribute to refugees in Calais.
Members of the LGBT fan groups umbrella organisation QFF addressed their concerns over human rights abuse in Russia and Qatar, the hosting countries of the upcoming 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
The Europe-wide initiative includes a high-level conference on sport and physical activity, a communications campaign and a series of sports events that will take place across Europe.
„Fußball ist Fußball und Politik bleibt Politik!“. Wer sich mit der Fankultur im Fußball befasst, hat dieses Credo garantiert schon einmal gehört. Doch was wie eine Binsenweisheit klingt, erweist sich bei näherer Betrachtung als weit weniger harmlos.
The festival provides an environment in which people from different backgrounds and cultures can share their passion and compete in a respectful way
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during August 2015.
German supporters, clubs, and DFB show their support for the hundreds of thousands of refugees