News from Kick It Out April 2014

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Hundreds of aspiring individuals raise their game at #RYG conference
Over 300 people looking to break into the non-playing side of football made their way to Wembley Stadium on 16 April to seek guidance and support.Read more
Kick It Out seeks new Professional Game Guidance Group member
Kick It Out is seeking to recruit an individual member to join its Professional Game Guidance Group. Deadline for applications is 5pm on Friday 23 May.Read more
Duo returning home as part of ‘Next 20’ initiative
Andre Wisdom and Wes Foderingham are going back to their roots this week as they actively engage in their role as ‘Next 20’ ambassadors.Read more
Brown and Webb showing support for Kick It Out’s 20 year anniversary
Gordon Brown and Jeffrey Webb will show their appreciation for the 20 years of campaigning work undertaken by Kick It Out on Tuesday 20 May.Read more 
Man convicted and fined for offensive post on Kick It Out’s Facebook account
A 21-year-old man from London has been convicted and fined £150 having posted a derogatory remark on Kick It Out’s official Facebook page in January 2014.Read more
FARE launches ‘Football People’ events grant
Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE) Network has made 30,000 euros available to fund 10 events across Europe aiming to tackle discrimination.Read more
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