Cricket Scotland are delighted to be shortlisted as one of the finalists under the `Organisation of the Year` category at the first Scottish Diversity Awards 2017!
Cricket Scotland were shortlisted based on the votes received from a public voting campaign that has been running over the last few months, with the eventual winners to be announced at the awards evening on the 28th November at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Glasgow.
The finalists and eventual winners for all the categories come from different backgrounds showing diversity in terms of age, religion, career levels, skills and culture. The aim is to recognise and celebrate the outstanding achievements and successes of companies, organisations, individuals, third sector organisations, community groups who demonstrate strong commitment of embracing equality and diversity, ensuring that everyone in our society has the opportunity fulfill their ambitions.
Cricket Scotland are absolutely thrilled to be shortlisted for the award and Head of Participation Ian Sandbrook commented:
“It`s an honour to be a finalist for the Organisation of the Year category in the Scottish Diversity Awards 2017. This is great recognition of the significant amount of time, effort and resource we have committed to equality and diversity within cricket. We truly believe that cricket makes a difference in people`s lives and we are absolutely committed to making cricket the most diverse sport in Scotland.”
To find out about the various categories and finalists please click on the link below:
To follow on from this great news, Cricket Scotland are also running an equality survey to better understand the profile of our staff, board, coaches, officials, players/participants, volunteers and members. We hope to have as many people involved in the game complete the survey so we can continue to be a leader in this field.
To complete the survey please click HERE
Cover letter to accompany the survey – click HERE