The Voice of Great Britain's Elite Athletes
Throughout all its work, the BAC aims to promote the highest standards of conduct and equality. The BAC takes its role in promoting equality in sport seriously and is committed to playing its part in achieving equality in sport and to taking a proactive approach in this area. The organisation aims to support the development of a fair, equitable and ethical world-class sporting system in the UK that promotes the highest standards, is people focused and values and embraces people’s differences.
The BAC takes seriously its role in recognising and removing any barriers faced by people involved, or wanting to be involved in sport, in any capacity, to ensure the culture of sport is improved to one that values diversity and enables the full involvement of disadvantaged groups in every aspect of sport. The BAC embraces legislation as per the Equality Act 2010 and welcomes people from all backgrounds. The BAC will not tolerate discrimination either directly or indirectly, on the basis of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion and belief, sex and sexual orientation. The BAC is developing more detailed actions to support the delivery and implementation of its ambitions as the organisation grows and develops to best support the needs of its membership.
The BAC will take positive action to: -