Future of Media, Entertainment and Sport

Racial abuse of England players exposes deep societal fractures and the need for change

England's Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho during the 2020 UEFA European Football Championship. Image: REUTERS/Carl Recine

Farah Lalani

Community Lead, Global Coalition for Digital Safety, World Economic Forum

Hesham Zafar

Community Curator, Media, Entertainment, and Information Industries, World Economic Forum

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