Everton's home clash with Wolves (Sunday 13 March, 2pm GMT) will be dedicated to No Room For Racism, while the Club will also celebrate becoming the first in the top-flight to formally support the #HerGameToo campaign.
There is no place for discrimination of any kind in football, and Everton - along with the Premier League and the rest of its clubs - will continue to take action so that the game is inclusive and welcoming for all.
The Premier League and its clubs are committed to tackling discrimination and promoting equality, diversity and inclusion across all areas of the game.
League-wide sanctions were introduced ahead of the 2021/22 season, meaning anybody found guilty of racist abuse, whether it occurs within stadiums or online, will be permanently banned from all Premier League grounds.
Enhanced training for matchday stewards is helping ensure they are equipped to respond to discriminatory abuse and assist in gathering evidence to ban perpetrators.
Progress has also been made against the No Room For Racism action plan, which launched in 2021, with six commitments to create a greater access to opportunities and career progression for people from under-represented ethnicities, as well as combatting racial abuse and discrimination.
#HerGameToo, meanwhile, was founded with the aim of fostering an ethos in football in which women are welcomed and respected equally - and, on Boxing Day last year, the Blues became the first Premier League club to pledge their support.
Sunday's visit of Wolves marks the Club's closest home fixture to International Women’s Day and a host of special activity is planned in and around the stadium.
Support of both movements fall under ‘All Together Now’, our campaign officially started in 2018 that ties together Everton FC and Everton in the Community’s collaborative work regarding equality and diversity to ensure all fans – and anyone visiting Goodison Park or its community facilities - feel welcome and catered for at all times.
Everyone attending or taking part in a football match has the right to feel safe, valued and included and we encourage supporters to continue to play their part in this.
If you witness racist or other discriminatory behaviour at a match or around a stadium, please report it to the police or a steward.
Supporters at Goodison Park can text HELP plus details of what they have witnessed and where to 84300, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.