May 19, 2022

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Report of abuse to Black Ferns

Report of abuse to Black Ferns

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New scandal in the world of sports for girls. This time in rugby and in a country with as much tradition as there is tradition in this discipline New Zealand. Of Everything is blackS At Black ferns. Due to the revelation of a statement, the latter, which has been the subject of a series of abuses, is now coming to light.

The report was released on Monday after a year-long investigation. It came later Kura Ngada-Erengamet Will be publicly reprimanded through the social website Instagram That’s his coach Glenn MooreHad made inappropriate comments within the national team.

The abuses highlighted in the report include pros, isolation, criticism of the body and culturally insensitive comments. All of this, for the most part, was directed against the Maori warriors and against the Black Ferns Pacific Islands.

Kura Ngada-Erengamet alone is not sure what is going on New Zealand women’s rugby union team, Is joined by Maori from Black Ferns and other players of Pacific island descent. According to the text, internationals “have experienced similar behavior (‘experience’, ‘information’ and cultural insensitivity) by various members of management or have witnessed it, or been told about it at the same time.”

Movement for change

Mark RobinsonOf the CEO New Zealand rugby, After the release of the report on the irregularities, has promised to take action to end the inequalities in the examination and implement the 26 recommendations in the document. The New Zealand team that won four world titles (1998, 2002, 2006, 2010 and 2017).

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“Let no one doubt our commitment to promoting women’s rugby in this country. This report shows that we have not done everything right and we apologize for not giving our people all the tools to succeed,” Mark Robinson said in a statement.

The report is based on the testimonies of 52 players and management members and staff associated with the New Zealand team. The 31-page report shows that 50 percent of Black Ferns are Maori and 25 percent are Pacific islanders.

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