A major strand of Football Unites' work is, of course, football. Football Unites are involved in a number of initiatives to encourage young people and under-represented groups to become actively…
Football Unites, Racism Divides believes that football, as the world's most popular game, can help to bring together people from different backgrounds to play, watch and enjoy the game, and to break…
From its beginnings, FURD has taken a positive, asset based approach to building community resilience to promote community cohesion.
The U-Mix Centre, which is home to and managed by Football Unites Racism Divides (FURD) on behalf of Sheffield City Council, was officially opened on the 12th April 2013. It was the result of over ten…
FURD has been delivering youth work since its early days.
FURD has been involved in a number of research projects over the years:
RT @pioneers_book: John Walker was the first black outfield player to appear in the English League when he played for Lincoln City in Septe…
FURD is exploring the impact that the #Covid19 outbreak has had on Black, Asian and ethnic minorities in #Sheffield… https://t.co/jMP3nTzCqI
RT @SheffCouncil: Our Coronavirus Community Support Helpline has reached a major milestone after taking is 20,000th call since opening in M…
Households facing hardship as a result of the current Covid-19 pandemic may be able to get a grant from the Local A… https://t.co/r6s0vvey4e
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