16 Aratrust Supporters give personal evidence of ethnic disparities to the Government and call for change in schooling, employment, health and policing


Long-held discriminatory attitudes, behaviours and practices, descending mainly from attempts to justify colonialism and slavery, are sadly still embedded at all levels and in all aspects of our society including all levels of government, public services, the state, the media, culture, ideology, entertainment, health, education, the armed forces and employment…….. Click below to see our […]

Combatting Inequalities in Sport – 3 Indomitable Women!

Gender inequality in sports

Ebony Rainford-Brent Ebony Rainford-Brent has made sporting history numerous times, becoming the first Black woman to play for the England Women’s Cricket Team and captain the Surrey Women’s team. Since retiring, Ebony has continued with an amazing career, becoming the first Director of Women’s Cricket at Surrey County Cricket Club, a pundit and broadcaster for […]

Diversity and Respect – sadly, a long way to go!

Essex Cricket Club

Aratrust Members and Supporters, along with many others, were left disappointed after Essex Cricket Club’s celebrations following their victory in the Bob Willis Trophy against Somerset, showed that diversity and respect still have a long way to go in sport. During the celebration beer was poured over their Muslim teammate, Feroze Khushi – unquestionably abominable! […]