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“Our goal is to ensure that, like all sports, it is open to all crickets. We need to recognize and understand Muslim athletes, communities and grassroots Muslim cricketers.

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Nujum Sports and the ECB announce a formal partnership to develop and guide Muslim incarceration

Nujum Sports and the ECB announce a formal partnership to develop and guide Muslim incarceration

Nujum Sports and the ECB have announced a formal partnership that will develop and guide the inclusion of Muslims through training, education and practical guidance.

Nujum Sports aims to promote a culture of educational excellence for Muslim athletes. It supports sports clubs, local and national organizations and national sports organizations through training workshops and educational services.

Following the testimony of Azeem Rafiq and others in cricket, the whole game is aimed at providing a comprehensive action plan agreed in November 2021 to combat racism and promote inclusion and diversity at all levels of the sport.

Nujum has been advising the ECB for the past year to provide guidance and direction on the specific support that Muslim cricketers need throughout the year.

Moeen Ali, a beautiful England and Nujum Sports ambassador, said: “I have witnessed the ups and downs of my time in this beautiful sport. to be able to associate with the feeling ”.

Moeen Ali All of England (left) is an ambassador for Nujum Sports

Moeen Ali All of England (left) is an ambassador for Nujum Sports

The Charter of Muslim Athletes, launched in 2021, is one of the core initiatives promoted by Nujum Sports. Through the letter, Nujum has provided improvements in training, education and practical guidance for various sports for Muslim athletes.

The partnership with Nujum Sports and the ECB will focus on the needs of Muslim players and communities, from basic to elite cricket, along with broader education programs for staff, players and clubs.

Speaking about the partnership, Ebadur Rahman, CEO and CEO of Nujum Sports, said: “Cricket deserves to be loved and played by everyone. the world that.

“Cricket is changing the lives of everyone involved. We are proud to work with the ECB, to make this game not only loved by our communities, but also to become a gateway to our communities. Muslim athletes across the country need to see leadership and support. “.

Kate Miller, the ECB’s Director of Diversity and Communications, added:

“Ensuring that cricket is open, inclusive and accessible to people of all faiths is key to us. Working with organizations like Nujum will help us learn more, connect better and challenge ourselves to continually improve our work on equity, diversity and inclusion.” ‘

Jameel Rasheed, Director of Communications at Nujum Sports, added: “Our goal is to be open to all crickets like all sports. Muslims must recognize and understand Muslim athletes, communities and grassroots cricketers. we will be able to increase the inclusion that our communities need to flourish. “

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