Andie Worrall-LGBT Role Model of the Year 2013
Andie Worrall our patron and LGBT Role Model of the Year 2013, a Wales International and Manchester City Ladies FC player, and her former team mates played a summer tournament in 2013 to raise the profile of Just a Ball Game? and our campaign work.
OUT, PROUD and KICKING
In celebration of those women's players who have spoken to the media openly about their sexuality, here at JBG? we have produced a double sided poster of 14 players and a coach who will feature for their International sides in the tournament in Canada, all of whom are OUT,PROUD and KICKING.
Aims and Objectives
We aim to raise awareness around LGBT issues, promote LGBT history, achievements change mind-sets, help to dispel myths and widen education in different cultures in a healthy active way.
Time for Action
Creating inclusiveness - Combating Prejudice
A resource to help organisations and individuals identify individually challenging homophobia and transphobia in educational and workplaces settings.
"TIME FOR ACTION" tackles homophobia within football and other sports and also features some of our PATRONS to raise awareness on LGBT inclusion. We often use this resource with our more fan based campaign "THINK BEFORE YOU CHANT!"
Has Women's Football Inspired Roy Hodgson's Team.
Months after the England Women's teams superb effort inthe World Cup, where they reached the semi-finals, England men's team have continued the assult on all fronts with a string of impressive victories.
Just a Ball Game?
A campaign group which will help both grass roots and professional sports groups, organisations , authorities, along with governments, education establishments and trade unions build on the delivery of their existing work to deliver the core values of 'SiR' SAFETY-INCLUSION-RESPECT around LGBT people, sexual orientation and gender identity.
We hope to step OUT and be public to become role models for others.
We will raise awareness and challenge what is seen as homophobia/anti-gay.
"Open the doors for them, give them hope" - Harvey Milk
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Thank you in advance for your help.