A Fans for Diversity Conference will be taking place later this month. The Football Supporters Assocation - an inclusive, independent, democratic organisation working with supporters, governing bodies, leagues and clubs to drive positive change in football through supporter engagement at every level of the game - and Kick it Out, football's equality and inclusion organisation, have organised the Fans for Diversity Conference on Friday 20 September. They are putting on an afternoon celebrating fans who make a difference in the game.
The event will be an the opportunity to meet with fellow supporters who want to make a difference, to welcome all to football, to share your ideas and show that no matter your faith, gender, background, sexual orientation or disability we can and should all be able to enjoy the game together. It will be held Amnesty International, New Inn Yard, London, EC2A 3EA from 1pm until 5pm on 20 September. The event will feature panel discussions and Q and As with leading figures from the football industry, as well as playing host to the first ever Fans for Diversity Awards.
More information on the event, and the awards, can be seen here.