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Lynne Featherstone launches competition for kick homophobia logo

November 22, 2011 10:40 AM
Originally published by UK Liberal Democrats

People are invited to create an emblem that conveys a message of inclusion and respect in sport for clubs, fans and players across the country to mark their support for the campaign. The competition is targeted at young people but is open to anyone with creative flair.

Rugby Union star Ben Cohen will create a short list of the top designs from all the entries, followed by a public vote in January to select the winning design, which will become the official logo for the campaign.

Minister for Equalities Lynne Featherstone said:

"Over 2,000 individuals and clubs have already signed up to the Government Charter for Action to kick homophobia and transphobia out of sport and I thank them for their support.

"The competition will help encourage even more people to get involved and spread the message far and wide that homophobic and transphobic abuse is never acceptable."

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