ECB Sets Out Plan To Make Cricket More Inclusive

The ECB has published details of further steps that the game will take to make cricket the most inclusive team sport in England & Wales

The England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has today published the game's response to the Independent Commission for Equity in Cricket (ICEC) report, outlining the steps that will be taken to make cricket more inclusive.

Today's response follows a three-month period of consultation and will accelerate and bolster work already underway across the game. Wide-ranging action aims to tackle discrimination and break down barriers for women and girls, people from lower socio-economic groups, and ethnically diverse communities.

Hampshire Cricket is committed to working with ECB and partners across the sport to deliver our shared ambition to make cricket the most inclusive team sport in England & Wales.

The ECB's response to the report can be viewed at England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) - The Official Website of the ECB or via the link below.

ECB's Response

Hampshire Cricket stands against discrimination in all its forms and is committed to ensuring that cricket is a game for everyone. If you have experienced or witnessed discrimination, more information is available here.

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