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The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is investing £2m in programmes designed to encourage participation from ethnically diverse communities, state schools and people with disabilities

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has revealed details of a £2m injection that will fund a variety of programmes designed to encourage participation from ethnically diverse communities, state schools and people with disabilities. The investment will span across the next two and a half years in an attempt

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Gannett, Insider and Washington Post release their annual workforce diversity reports

Gannett, Insider and The Washington Post have released their annual (or, in Gannett’s case, biannual) reports on the diversity of their workforces, revealing very little — if any — change in overall employee diversity year over year. Within their newsrooms, both Insider and The Washington Post did improve the diversity

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Insufficient gender diversity on board and senior management among top reasons for 21% of shareholders voting against re-election of NED for leading Irish DIY retail company

Grafton Group said the company’s record on climate and gender diversity were among the reasons 21 per cent of shareholders voted against re-electing its non-executive chair. The Irish DIY retail giant, which owns the Woodie\’s brand, launched a consultation after more than a fifth of investors chose not to support

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Caster Semenya wins appeal over ‘discrimination’ at European Court of Human Rights

Caster Semenya was discriminated against by the introduction of rules forcing her to lower her testosterone levels in order to continue competing, according to a judgment from the European Court of Human Rights. The 32-year-old, a two-time 800 metres Olympic champion, was legally identified as female at birth but has

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Public Event

“DISCRIMINATION OFF LIMITS” was a free two-day event at Sala Lauree, Aldo Moro Complex, Turin, on May 5-6. It explored the intersection of football (soccer), migration, and discrimination. The event featured workshops, round-table discussions, and special sessions to examine whether football can bridge cultural gaps and address migration-related conflicts and

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