PCA Racism Awareness Campaign
Cricket in England has benefited from a rich mix of ethnic diversity and, fortunately, cases of racism in the County and International game have been very few and far between. Nevertheless, it is the aim of the PCA to ensure that racism is given no opportunity to take root in the game.
“With other sports having high profile, recent cases of racism, the PCA message is timely and clear. The game has a well-known reputation for strong on-field sportsmanship, but there are always lines that should not be crossed on or off the field. Racism is one of them, it’s just not acceptable”
- Mark Ramprakash, 24 January 2012
“Cricket has a global multi-cultural society reflecting the general population and an ability to bridge social divides and prejudices. This acts as a reminder to all within cricket and the wider society that racism of any kind is unacceptable."
- Vikram Solanki, PCA Chairman, 24 January 2012
Click here to see the PCA Racism Awareness advert.
Click here to read the ICC's Anti-Racism Code
If you have any questions about the PCA’s Racism Awareness Campaign, please contact Angus Porter on 07584 262083 or email@example.com
The PCA also supports the ECB's One Game campaign.
One Game is an ambitious project aimed at widening the appeal of the sport and ensuring as many people as possible are welcomed into the game regardless of age, race, ability or gender.
A key part of the One Game project will be the One Game Pledge which everyone in cricket will be invited to sign as a public declaration of their commitment to a fully inclusive game.
England one-day Captain, Paul Collingwood was one of the first to sign the pledge, along with the rest of the team at the sixth NatWest Series ODI at The Brit Oval in September.
The ECB have also produced a One Game film. A 60-second celebration of the diversity of the game in England and Wales, the One Game film shows the many faces and settings of cricket and celebrates the game's unique diversity and reach.
For more information on One Game and to view the One Game film or sign the pledge please visit www.ecb.co.uk/ecb/one-game