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Premier League to introduce sexual consent training for all players in ‘defining moment for football’

All players and staff members will be required to complete sexual consent education beginning in the Premier League. The news comes after the highly publicised police action last year against a number of top-flight footballers.Information Guide Nigeria

For a while now, women’s organisations have urged the Premier League to do more to inform its players about consent.

The Premier League has finally taken action after receiving a request for action from The End Violence Against Women Coalition, The Three Hijabis, and Level Up in an open letter in February.

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As first reported by the Telegraph, the training will include content on recognising sexual harassment and bullying, relationships and obtaining consent.JAMB Result

“We’re pleased to see the Premier League has adopted the action plan we sent in our open letter to them and the FA on the urgency needed to tackle gender-based violence in football,” Aziz said.

“This is an important first and long overdue step in the right direction. However, we need greater transparency on how this new guidance will be implemented by Premier League clubs.

“Any programme to tackle gender-based violence must be delivered by Violence Against Women and Girls specialists if it’s to be a meaningful change.

“The details matter, as does transparency and accountability. We’ve had productive meetings with the Premier League on these issues and look forward to meeting again to discuss implementation of our demands.

“The FA, in contrast, continues to be opaque, out of step, and dismissive in its behaviours towards us. We call on the FA to urgently engage with tackling gender-based violence across football.”

PFA chairman Maheta Molango also welcomed the news, saying: “More needs to be done in terms of the education of the player – sexual consent, what is acceptable, what is not acceptable, and making sure that this is part of their mandatory education.”

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Emediong Ekpe

Emediong Ekpe is a graduate of English. A professional Sports journalist/analyst, and a spoken word artist. He is passionate about decimating information and putting smiles on people's faces via news writing.

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