A netizen is a 'citizen of the net', basically anyone that uses the internet. Many people nowadays have access to the internet and it is becoming more and more powerful as it develops. It gives us access to information and knowledge, encourages communication between friends and families, allows us to shop from home, and so… Continue reading Day 93 Become A Responsible Netizen
Police recorded crime figures show in 2019/20 that there were 105,090 offences recorded by the police where one or more of the central monitored hate crime strands were deemed to be a motivating factor.UK Parliament I spoke previously about racism in football, but unfortunately racism is an everyday problem. The idea that a person is… Continue reading Day 79 Racism
International Women's Day is celebrated on the 8th March every year to honour the achievements of women and to continue to promote women's equality. The first International Women's Day gathering occurred more than 100 years ago in 1911 with over a million people attending rallies pushing for women's rights. Women have achieved so much and… Continue reading Day 67 International Women’s Day
The abuse of so many of our black footballers on social channels is probably and possibly the biggest problem we have in the game at the moment.Vinai Venkatesham - Arsenal Chief Executive Football is played all around the world and has been for hundreds of years, some evidence even suggests thousands of years. On the… Continue reading Day 59 Tackle Racism
Have you ever wondered where your clothes were made? Maybe you think they were made with love, care and compassion and maybe they were. But do you ever consider that it might not be the case? Buying the £5 cardigan or the £200 pair of trousers. Possibly designed by the most fashionable designer out there..… Continue reading Day 49 What Are You Wearing?
This day honours the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr which is the 15th January but is celebrated on the third Monday of January. Martin Luther King Day (MLK Day) is a holiday in the United States of America to remember everything that he achieved for the Civil Rights Movement. Martin Luther King, Jr born… Continue reading Day 18 Martin Luther King Day
All around us, everyday of our lives, there is a possibility for prejudice thinking or stereotyping someone. You may be a person who is very open about it, or you may be someone who acts without prejudice. But whether we like it or not, we often hold some form of hidden bias. Have you ever… Continue reading Day 15 Hidden Bias.