A first official action in the fight against anti-discrimination was already set by 1.FC Union Berlin in 2007. The club decided to act on the proposal of the fan and member department for stadium rules to be adapted, making it possible to take action against racism and right-wing extremist behaviour. The stadium rules state, among other things, "The right of all persons to non-discrimination, regardless of race, ethnic origin, religion, ideology, age, disability or sexual orientation, is recognised by spectators who attend the Stadion An der Alten Försterei."
Together with the Berlin Football Association, the Lesbian and Gay Association Berlin-Brandenburg launched an awareness campaign alongside 1.FC Union Berlin on homosexuality in football under the motto "Red Card for Homophobia" in November 2011. This can be found regularly at events such as the annual Respect Games, the CSD, the Kietz Summer or the Intercultural Week.
In December 2013, 1.FC Union Berlin officially took over the sponsorship for the Salvador-Allende secondary school in Köpenick, the starting signal for the project "School without Racism - School with Courage" with the aim of bringing young people closer to an understanding for minorities.