Achieving Racial Equality: A standard for sport is a tool for national governing bodies and sports organisations to help them plan, develop and achieve racial equality in their sport and in their organisation. As with other similar tools, the standard can be used to evaluate progress, set levels of achievement and plan improvements.
Ethnic minority communities have found it difficult to obtain access to opportunities, services and life chances in many areas of social, political and economic life. They tend to be poorly represented at decision making levels and find themselves excluded from various sports facilities. As a society, we now recognise that racism and discrimination, in all their forms – direct and indirect, institutional and individual, overt and subtle – may, in part, be the reason for this
Editor's comments - [ Participating governing bodies and sports organisations are expected to meet three achievement levels – Preliminary, Intermediate and Advanced – in order to reach the standard for racial equality in sport. See also the Sporting Equals factsheets ] Reference this?Cryer, J. (Year). This page title in italics. Retrieved date, from <this page's full URL>
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Reference : Sporting Equals (2000). Achieving racial equality : A Standard for sport. London: Commission for Racial Equality
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