Brentford supporter Billy Grant, who is a member of the FSF’s National Council will be part of the panel at upcoming ‘Football fans and anti-discrimination’ evening.
The Football Supporters Association oppose discrimination in all its forms. In recent months and in conjunction with ‘Kick it Out’ the FSF have stepped up this work with the Fans for Diversity initiative
This event is part of FARE’s Football People action weeks which see thousands of anti-racist activities and initiatives take place across Europe.
The panel (listed below) will be taking questions from the audience and after the event there’ll be the chance to network and meet fans from other supporter groups.
• Anwar Uddin, the FSF’s Diversity and Campaigns Manager (West Ham United fan),
• Billy Grant, member of the FSF’s National Council (Brentford fan)
• Carrie Dunn, freelance journalist (Luton Town fan)
• Mark Doidge, Lecturer of Sociology and Sport at the University of Brighton (Plymouth Argyle fan)
• Pavinder Samra, member of the Punjabi Rams (Derby County)
• Troy Townsend, Kick It Out’s Education and Development Manager (Spurs fan)
Anwar Uddin, Diversity and Campaigns Manager at the FSF states that their role at the FSF and in partnership Kick It Out is to encourage more diversity, to help improve understanding among supporters when it comes to embracing difference,”
The event which is FREE is taking place on Wednesday 22nd October with a 6.30pm start at Impact Hub King’s Cross, 34b York Way, London, N1 9AB
To register please – email: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can read more about the event here