The Independent Commission for Equity on Cricket (ICEC) has launched its public Call for Evidence asking for everyone in cricket to share their perceptions and experiences of discrimination and inclusion in cricket.
In March 2021, the ECB set up the ICEC to look at issues of diversity, inclusion and equity in cricket, at all levels and in all roles. The reason for the Commission has never been more important than now and their public Call for Evidence is now live.
Over the coming months the ICEC will evaluate the state of equity in cricket. Examining discrimination and identifying opportunities to tackle the problems. The Commission, which is fully independent of the ECB, will also identify good practice in the game that can be learnt from, shared, and improved.
The evidence gathered will inform a landmark, independent report, set to be published in the summer of 2022, which will include evidence-based recommendations.