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Diversity: A Journey through History and Sport

Date: 18 November 2020, 12:00 - 13:30
Location: Online webinar
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Join us for an exploration of slavery in the 1800's and how that continues to impact the representation of diversity within sport today.

Event Details


We will be joined by panel members who will share their expertise in Black British history and slavery, then we will hear about the experience within professional international football and finally we will journey to the current day tackling male-dominated sports and whether Black Lives Matter will make a difference in the industry.

We hope you can join us!

Speakers


  • Jewels Chamberlain, Director at DWF
  • Laurence Westgaph, Political Activist, Journalist and Television Presenter, specialising in British Black history and slavery
  • John Barnes MBE, English International former Professional Footballer and Manager
  • Natasha Jonas, British Professional Boxer

 

Click here to register for the webinar

Diversity & inclusion
Visit our Diversity & Inclusion page.
   
Diversity Week 2020
Take a look at our hub page to read the highlights of our annual event, which covered issues including anti-racism and neurodiversity.
   

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