Kick It Out hosts its inaugural ‘Leading the Way’ mentoring and leadership conference at the Trade Union Congress, Congress House in London.

Kick It Out releases The Y-Word, a film written and produced by Ivor and David Baddiel looking to stimulate debate around the topic of antisemitism in football.

Kick It Out links up with Queens Park Rangers for a groundbreaking grassroots football project aimed at increasing participation from the Gypsy, Roma, Traveller (GRT) community

Premier League lineswoman Sian Massey was on the receiving end of sexist comments made by Sky Sports presenters Richard Keys and Andy Gray which led to them both leaving the company.

With the under-representation and lack of coverage of women in football an ongoing issue, serious strides were being made as the Women’s Super League was established by The Football Association in 2011

Individual players decided to show their discontent at what they believed to be a lack of progress in tackling racism by refusing to wear the campaign’s t-shirts during its One Game, One Community weeks of action in 2011.