Kick It Out, in conjunction with Manchester Jewish Museum, is hosting a debate on the ‘Y-Word’ and the issue of antisemitism in football at the National Football Museum on Tuesday 8 April 2014.
Wolverhampton Wanderers this afternoon (10 March) made an official complaint after two players were racially abused by fans during the Black Country derby against Walsall.
An anti-homophobia campaigner in Malmo, Sweden, is reportedly in a critical condition after being assaulted by right wing activists at the weekend.
The World’s first black professional footballer is to be officially recognised at National Football Centre to kick off a year of milestones in his honour.
'Next 20' stars go back to school for Kick It Out
Women in Football survey results
Job opportunity at Level Playing Field
"I believe that England has shown the right direction and the right way by not tolerating discrimination and has done much more than any other country"
Arsene Wenger, Arsenal manager