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Last year, Hockey Canada was in hot water. That July, news broke that the organization had pulled money from its National Equity Fund—which includes player registration fees—to settle an alleged sexual assault case involving members of Canada’s 2018 men’s world junior team. The fallout was swift: faithful sponsors, like Canadian

FIFA to reinforce human rights and anti-discrimination policies through closer MA collaboration FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ part of drive to “promote social change and celebrate diversity” FIFA’s Head of Human Rights & Anti-Discrimination speaking at Fare conference in Lisbon, Portugal FIFA will work ever more closely with its Member

Nestled in the heart of India, the Hero Women\’s Indian Open 2023 brings with it a fervour for change. The tournament boasts a star-studded lineup of 120 players from over 25 countries. Among them, Diksha Dagar, the highest-ranked Indian in the Ladies European Tour (LET), takes centre stage as she

“The sexist words would be disgraceful if said in a pub, let alone on the stage of a big sports event,” he said. “Unfortunately, the football world seems to be doing its all to habituate us to the worst.” Luisa Rizzitelli, the president of Assist, the national association for female

This is the ninth year of the Women in the Workplace report. Conducted in partnership with LeanIn.Org, this effort is the largest study of women in corporate America and Canada. This year, we collected information from 276 participating organizations employing more than ten million people. At these organizations, we surveyed