A Nationwide F.A. Charter Standard Development Club.
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Cottage Farm Rangers FC is committed to a policy of equal treatment of all members, and requires all members of whatever level and authority, to abide and adhere to this general principal and the requirements of the Codes of Practice issued by the Equal Opportunities Commission and the Commission for Racial Equality.
All members are expected to abide by the requirements of the Race Relations Act 1976, Sex Discrimination Act 1986 and Disability Discrimination Act 1995. Specifically discrimination is prohibited by:
Treating any individual on grounds of gender, colour, marital status, race, nationality, ethnic origin, religion, sexual orientation or disability less favourable than others.
Expecting an individual solely on the grounds stated above to comply with requirements for any reason whatsoever related to their membership, which are different from the requirements of others.
Imposing in individuals, requirements which are more onerous than they are on others. For example, this would include applying a condition which makes it more difficult for members of a particular race or sex to comply than others not of that race or sex.
Victimisation of an individual
Harassment of an individual, by virtue of discrimination.
Any other act or omission of an act, which has as it’s effect, the disadvantaging of a member against another, or others, purely on the above grounds. Thus, in all the club’s recruitment, selection, promotion and training processes, as well as disciplinary matters, it is essential that merit, experience, skill and temperament are considered as objectively as possible.
Cottage Farm Rangers FC commits itself to the immediate investigation of any claims of discrimination on the above grounds, and where such discrimination is found to be the case, a requirement that the practice cease forthwith, restitution of damage or loss, and to investigate any member accused of such discrimination.
Any member of Cottage Farm Rangers FC found guilty of discrimination, will be instructed to desist forthwith. Since discrimination in its many forms is against the football club’s policy, any members offending will be dealt with under the disciplinary procedures.
Cottage Farm Rangers commits itself to the disabled person, whenever possible and will treat such members, in aspects of their recruitment and membership, in exactly the same manner as other members. The difficulties of their disablement permitting, assistance will be given, wherever possible, to ensure that disabled members are helped in gaining access. Appropriate training will be given to such members who request it.