Bouncing Racism Out of Sport

Football leagues and clubs, like all other organisations, can be held responsible for acts of racial vilification. Football is recognised as a leader in addressing racial and religious vilification in sport, with the AFL being the first sporting body in this country to introduce rules against racism in 1995.

 The Worksafe VCFL offers the BROOS program to its affiliates. The program is a four-part set of user friendly resources designed to assist leagues and clubs to create a more tolerant football environment and remove any potential barriers to participation.  

Take the time to read the full explaination of vilification, how it impacts on you, the opposition and your club. 

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