The Kent FA is pleased to announce its Equality Advisory Group will be hosting its third Race Equalities Roadshow scheduled for Thursday 20th February 2014.
The Kent FA is dedicated to tackling issues of discrimination within the game and this event is a vital step to circulating good practice amongst our football clubs, volunteers, players, coaches and alike.
Natalie Curtis, Inclusion Football Development Officer at the Kent FA
Show Racism the Red Card is proud to support the Kent FA’s third Race Equality Roadshow taking place on the 20th of February at Dartford FC, Princes Park.
Football players, volunteers, coaches and fans around the county have been invited to join the Kent FA during this evening to hear from guest speakers, and to examine different pathways for people to get involved in the game. If you’ve ever wanted to get involved as a player, coach, referee or volunteer, then this will be the perfect opportunity.
The Kent FA will also be hosting a networking session for people to further their understanding about issues and development around racism and discrimination in football, and opportunities to meet other like-minded people.
All in all it promises to be an exciting evening.
You need to book places for this event and they’re going fast so make sure you reserve your space please visit their website.
If you’d like further information about the Kent FA’S EAG Race Equalities Roadshow on Thursday 20th February 2014 or have any questions, please contact Natalie Curtis on 01622 792140 or at firstname.lastname@example.org