The plan highlights the progress made in achieving four core goals: widening football's talent pool, clarifying anti-discrimination regulations and sanctions, instilling confidence in reporting discrimination and increasing knowledge and awareness.
The Action Plan outlines some of the positive steps in 2015-16 with examples of how discrimination has been dealt with effectively in professional and grassroots matches, how mentoring has played a part in under-represented groups securing employment in the game and how they have been dealing with reporting of discrimination. Flagship initiatives such as On Board, the governance training forum for Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic (BAME) former players, the COACH bursary scheme and the body of work around reporting discrimination, are just some of the highlights.
To view the full FA document, please click here.
International Womens Day
Sporting Equals would like to celebrate International womens day by promoting talented women who create opportunities, are role models to future generations and inspire through sport. BEDSA 2018 sees several elite sport women and many female centred projects as finalists this year.
Inclusive Club Guide
British Rowing launches Inclusive Club Guide in partnership with Sporting Equals to celebrate inclusivity and diversity in rowing
Workplace Culture Study
Women in Sport we want to hear from women and men about your experiences of working in the sector. All responses are anonymous and they will use the insight gathered to make positive recommendations for the future of the sport, physical activity and leisure workplace.
HELP US RAISE FUNDS THROUGH THE LONDON MARATHON
We are pleased to announce that five dedicated individuals will be taking part in the London Marathon to help raise funds for Sporting Equals.
British Ethnic Minority Sports Diversity Awards 2018
Nominations are now CLOSED for the 2018 British Ethnic Minority Sports Awards
Sporting Equals is looking for two new Trustees with a passion for race and faith equality in sport.