In October “Football Pride Week” will take place in Berlin / Germany. Supporters, fan clubs, associations and clubs are invited to discuss on strategies how to tackle homophobia.
Euro Pride House 2016 and many more activities against homophobia at this years' European football championship.
From 6-20 October 2016 FARE Action Weeks take place all across Europe. Until 6 September you can apply for a grant (up tp 500 EUR) for your grass roots activities against discrimination.
Panel discussion, Queer Football Fanclubs and live transmissions- Euro Pride House 2016 is going to it’s last week. Take the chance and visit one of the following activties.
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MUST (Marseille United Sport pour Tous), together with the City of Marseille and the FSGL organise a panel discussion in the Marseille Fazone on Saturday, 1-2:30 pm. This grass roots event is part of Queering Football.
Together with the City of Paris Queering Football is organising a gala match, open to all, to promote awareness for the fight against discrimination and homophobia in sport in general, and football in particular.
The last three weeks saw lots of activities against discrimination in football – fan colloquia and scientific conferences, grass roots activities and live transmissions bringing together the LGBT community and football supporters, panel discussions and sport events, distribution of anti-dsicrimination fanzines and information material on homophobia, campaigning in the fan zones and media reports.
Watch out some pitures here:
EuroPrideHouse 2016: Programme
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