Frances O’Grady, General Secretary of the TUC – A Patron Of Just A Ball Game?

Anti-discrimination campaign organisation Just a Ball Game ? are extremely honoured and privileged in announcing the General Secretary of the TUC, Frances O’Grady, is to become one of our Patrons.

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Frances, a North London resident and a long term Arsenal supporter, as an experienced campaigner and a leader, will be a fantastic addition to the organisation with her high profile and commitment to supporting an LGBT community, helping to raise awareness on LGBT inclusion and visibility as a straight ally.

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Frances joins Just a Ball Game ? (JBG ?)

Frances O’Grady, General Secretary of the TUC, said:

“I’m proud to become a patron of ‘ JBG ?’. There should be no room for hate and homophobia in what is the beautiful game. The TUC is committed to stamping out prejudice against LGBT people in football, at work and in society. Together, we’ve made a lot of progress but there’s still a long way to go before everyone is treated with the dignity and respect we all have the right to expect.”

Bradford Councillor and Labour Party member Richard Dunbar says:

“I am proud to be involved with Just A Ball Game ? and working to ensure that homophobia and discrimination is challenged in football grounds, schools and other settings across the country. To have Frances O’Grady as Just A Ball Game ?’s new patron is a great endorsement of the work done by the organisation. The struggles of the Trade Union movement and LGBT communities are similar and so we will be unrelenting in challenging homophobia and other discrimination through education and therefore ensure equality and acceptance win the day.”

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