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Key lessons from Yorkshire County Cricket Club’s botched racism review
09/11/2021
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John VDLD
John van der Luit-Drummond, Editor

Yorkshire County Cricket Club’s investigation into allegations of racism has made headlines for all the wrong reasons following the leaking of an independent report to the press earlier this month.

The 15-month-long scandal began in August 2020 when all-rounder Azeem Rafiq, a former player of Pakistani heritage, spoke out publicly against his treatment at Yorkshire County Cricket Club, where he was employed between 2008 and 2018.

 


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