The ICEC has concluded its examination of the state of equity in cricket and is now closed.
Our Report and recommendations to drive equity, diversity and inclusion forward within cricket is with the ECB for their consideration. The ECB has agreed to produce a full public response within three months. This will set out whether they have accepted the ICEC’s recommendations and will detail the actions they plan to take in response.
We advise that you download the Report as a PDF.* This will allow you to use the bookmark function (which often appears on the left hand side of the page). The Report will be accessible on this website until September 2023. It will be published on the ECB website www.ecb.co.uk by September 2023 for a minimum of five years. Should you wish to contact the ECB regarding the Report, please direct your query to email@example.com.
If you have been affected by any of the issues present within our Report and wish to raise a complaint or seek support, see our Support Available section below.
*A post publication factual correction was made on 20/07/23 on page 61 of the report.
If you would like to raise a complaint regarding discrimination in cricket, visit https://www.ecb.co.uk/reporting-discrimination and follow the prompts provided.
If you have experienced forms of racism or discrimination, these services can also offer support. There may be other national services or services local to you that offer support and advice.
Please note that these services are independent of the ICEC.
Stop Hate UK is a leading national organisation in tackling all forms of hate crime, providing independent, confidential reporting and support for victims, witnesses and third parties.Helpline: 0800 138 1625
Equality Advisory and Support Service has a helpline that advises and assists individuals on issues relating to equality and human rights, across England, Scotland and Wales. Further resources are also available on their website.Helpline: 0808 800 0082
Acas has a helpline that provides advice if you are experiencing problems in the workplace.Helpline: 0300 123 1100
Samaritans offers a 24hour confidential listening service to anyone going through a difficult time.Helpline: 116 123
The Equalities and Human Rights Commission runs a legal support scheme to provide funding and legal assistance to individuals to pursue legal action, including cases specifically in relation to race discrimination. Please see their website for more information on how to submit a request for this financial support.Email: RaceSupportFund