The club has released its annual RiverSideBySide Report, demonstrating the success stories from the club’s equality work in 2018.
RiverSideBySide is the club’s equality, diversity, and inclusion campaign, which was first launched in April 2017. The initiative provides an umbrella brand which encompasses all of the club’s equality activities.
During 2018 the club opened a Sensory Room in the East Stand, became a ‘Disability Confident’ employer, launched ‘Boro Fusion’, a BAME supporter group, and delivered over 200 hours of equality and diversity training to employees.
Executive Equality Representative David Joyes said: “At MFC we are committed to promoting equality by treating people fairly and with respect. We have a fantastic team of employees at the club who work to ensure that we consider equality in everything we do.
“We want MFC and the Riverside Stadium to be an all-inclusive environment that is welcoming to everyone.”
The club has already achieved The Premier League Equality Standard at Preliminary Level, and has submitted further evidence to support a bid for Intermediate Level.
You can download the RiverSideBySide 2018 report below.