SSP signs pledge for equality in sport | Leisure Opportunities
Job Search
see all jobs
Latest job opportunities
South Norfolk Council
£16,905 - £18,070
Wymondham, United Kingdom
Finesse Corporate
£14 per hour
Camden & Watford, United Kingdom
Bedruthan - The Scarlet
£20,696
Mawgan Porth, Cornwall, United Kingdom
Legoland
Competitive
Carlsbad, CA, United States
Coram’s Fields
£26,000 per annum
Bloomsbury, London, United Kingdom

SSP signs pledge for equality in sport

Job opportunities
De Montfort University
£16,341 - £18,777 pa
location: Leicester, United Kingdom
Successful UK-wide leisure business
Up to £40,000 (OTE £60,000) plus lots of great benefits
location: South West, United Kingdom
more jobs

The Surrey Sports Partnership (SSP) has signed a public pledge for racial equality in sport.

The pledge, called the Racial Equality Charter for Sport, has been developed by Sporting Equals and is signed by leaders of sport, committing them to using their influence to create a discrimination-free world of sport.

SSP’s pledge follows a series of new developments since it launched its sports equality policy, ‘Striving for Equality in Sport’, in November 2001.

SSP will also be supporting the rollout of a Disability Sports Awareness training course that was first piloted in December 2003.

Chair of the SSP, Paul Clark, said: “I am delighted to commit the Partnership to this charter. It is important that the Partnership takes the lead in adopting the best possible practices to protect everyone from racial abuse and harassment.” Details: www.activesurrey.com or www.cre.govuk/speqs

Sign up for FREE ezines & magazines
The Surrey Sports Partnership (SSP) has signed a public pledge for racial equality in sport.
SAR
190204-racial-eq.jpg
employer of choice
John Treharne, CEO, The Gym Group
Would you like to work for a gym operator that allows you to develop and use your skills to the full whilst being well rewarded? The Gym is totally committed to allowing 'the manager to manage' and rewarding our key personnel for delivery.