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PFA statement regarding equalities issues at The FA

PFA statement regarding equalities issues at The FA

24/7/2015

Statement from the PFA regarding recent equalities issues at The Football Association, July 2015....Read more

This is my home

This is my home

22/7/2015

Show Racism the Red Card Scotland (SRtRC) has launched a digital project, today entitled This Is My Home....Read more

FA need help to fight inequality

FA need help to fight inequality

21/7/2015

The Football Association needs more support from other organisations within the game if it is to rid football of inequality, according to Kick It Out chairman Lord Ouseley....Read more

People with mental health problems put off sport

People with mental health problems put off sport

13/7/2015

New research, released today by Mind, shows that four fifths (80 per cent) of people with mental health problems who do not take part in sport, are put off because they feel self-conscious....Read more

Inclusion Advisory Board reports 'growing momentum'

Inclusion Advisory Board reports 'growing momentum'

10/7/2015

The FA’s Inclusion Advisory Board met this week for its annual update on progress and discussions with the football bodies contributing to the work of English Football’s Inclusion and Anti-Discrimination Action Plan....Read more

FIFPro opens door to female members

FIFPro opens door to female members

3/7/2015

FIFPro, the world footballers' union, is to welcome female players as direct members in a bid to fight inequality in the sport....Read more

Disability Access Officers to be made mandatory

Disability Access Officers to be made mandatory

2/7/2015

Level Playing Field is delighted to report that UEFA’s Executive Committee has approved the 2015-18 UEFA Club Licensing and Financial Fair Play Regulations at its meeting in Prague....Read more

FA releases Oyston texts

FA releases Oyston texts

19/6/2015

The full details of Karl Oyston's foul-mouthed text exchange with a supporter were disclosed by the Football Association on Friday, with a spokesperson for a disability charity describing the language the Blackpool chairman used as "shocking"....Read more