Time to share across the colour line, is a BACA, FA, PFA and Wren, Mental Health Foundation event that looks at addressing racism and mental health in Football and coaching
This workshop celebrates African Liberation Day, and looks the impact on the anniversary since the death of George Floyd in silencing black voices in mental health
Aim: To develop and increase Black and Asian coaches in the professional game.
May 25th – .17pm - 18.30pm
Special Guest Darren Moore - Manager of Sheffied Wednesday F.C.
Butch Fazal - Coach and inclusion manager FA
Ifem Onuora - Premier League Head of Coaching
1. Give advice and support for Black and Asian professional and grasroots coaches on positve mental health for progression through the industry.
2. It will look at how to empower players and coaches deal with on-live abuse, and barriers to coaching and management
Opening and Introduction –
5.00pm: Louis Madden, Chair person, Black and Asian Coaches Association.
5.05pm: Speaker 1. Dr King. Lived experience of racism and schizophrenia in football and coaching.
5.20pm: Speaker 2. Pete Augustine. Inclusion and Diversity officer. FA. Race and mental health in the women’s game.
5.30pm: Speaker 3. Doctor Bennet: PFA Direct of Welfare.. Impact of on-line abuse of race and mental health in the professional game.
5.40pm: Speaker 4. Malcolm Phillips. Kawiada Therapy – the psychological impact of racism and sport.
5.50pm: Speaker 5.:Niall Boyce Senior Editor Lancet Psychiatry – Whiteness, race and equality in mental health and sport.
6.00pm: Question and Answers Facilitator Steve Smithies. FA.
See link to Doctor Bennett article ‘Behind the mask: demedicalising race and mental health in professional football https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanpsy/article/PIIS2215-
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