The KNVB sets out a plan to become a more inclusive organisation
The DFB announcement heralds a new approach on LGBTIQ issues.
Football v Homophobia grants available for exceptional projects during the FVH month of action in February.
Welcome to a new type of sports festival.
Romina Calatayud talks about promoting better opportunities within coaching for black and other ethnic minority women.
Alliance Citoyenne look ahead to their involvement in this year’s #FootballPeople weeks.
Dragones de Lavapiés celebrated the role of black activism in sport.
Data shows minorities and women ‘marginalised in leadership and coaching’
Khalida, Founder of Girl Power, talks about her group’s involvement in the #FootballPeople weeks.
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Filippo Lemmola talks about the involvement of Offside Festival Italia in this year’s #FootballPeople weeks,
The grant recipients have been revealed.
Apply for a #FootballPeople small grant of €500. Organise activities to challenge racism, sexism, homophobia.
Fare is looking for a dynamic and creative person to co-ordinate the new #FootballPeople Festival.
The announcement offers reasons for optimism after a challenging past few months.
Inclusion does not happen of its own accord, we look at the work of six members in Bosnia, Hungary, Poland, Russia and Ukraine.
Lou Englefield reflects on the state sponsored erosion of LGBTIQ rights.
Fare is offering grants to those planning activities as part of the Black Lives Matter movement.
A Danish research firm has conducted the study.
Fare celebrates the contribution that refugees have made in football.
The series documents the lives of refugees and asylum seekers across the world.
Decision to be made by FIFA on June 25th.
Players are not being paid, clubs and leagues have been axed.
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during May 2020.
Anita Asante (Chelsea FC), Amanda Vandervort (FIFPro), Tatjana Haenni (Swiss FA), Brenda Elsey (Fare) and Carrie Dunn (author and researcher).
Fare is proud to be part of a global movement fighting discrimination against LGBTIQ+ communities.
Colombia international Vanessa Cordoba, Former Paraguay NWT Lorena Soto, Camila García Pérez of FIFPro,
Nemesia Hijós, Argentina, Brenda Elsey of Fare.
Supporters are stepping up and so are many right-wing ultras
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during April 2020.
Los jugadores no pagan, clubes y ligas despedidas.
Fare has awarded grants to six members in Eastern Europe.
Fare is looking to see how the Covid-19 outbreak has affected its members.
Fare wants to look at the representation of women and ethnic minorities as leaders within football.
The provisional dates for this year’s Football People Weeks have been announced.
Find out more about the Fare Observer scheme.
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during March 2020.
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during February 2020.
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The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during January 2020.
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German FA says it has “special responsibility” for events at Auschwitz
Football clubs and supporters in Europe will join millions across the world to mark International Holocaust Memorial Day.
Players of Corinthians Paulista, one of Brazil’s most popular football teams, wore Stars of David on their jerseys in November to remember Kristallnacht, or the 1938 Nazi pogrom that is recognised as the beginning of the Holocaust. The Corinthians players took the pitch with yellow stars embroidered above the club’s logo before their 3-2 defeat…
Over 450 young women have been involved in one of the biggest independent girls football initiatives in Africa
Groups in 19 countries prepare for activities in February
The following incidents of racism, xenophobia, extreme nationalism or homophobia have been reported to Fare during December 2019.