The CRE has a long history of work in promoting racial equality and tackling racism in sport. It was instrumental in setting up Kick It Out, the anti-racism campaign in football funded by the game’s governing bodies, and commissioning research into racism in rugby league and cricket. Most recently, in partnership with Sport England, the CRE set up Sporting Equals, a project to promote racial equality in sport through a Standard for Achieving Racial Equality in Sport. Sporting Equals has worked directly with the Football Association, the Football Foundation and the Professional Footballers’ Association, as well as with the governing bodies of most other sports
Editor's comments - [ The Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) commissioned this report from the Carnegie National Sports Development Centre at Leeds Metropolitan University. It is an analysis of responses to questionnaires on racial equality in football, which the CRE sent out at the end of 2003 to the 92 professional football clubs and 45 county football associations in England, as well as to various national football organisations. The aim was ‘to generate findings that will help the CRE to determine its next steps ] Reference this?Cryer, J. (Year). This page title in italics. Retrieved date, from <this page's full URL>
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Reference : Welch, M., Spracklen, K., Pilcher, A. (2004). Racial equality in football: A survey. London: Commission for Racial Equality
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