A sporting chance: Indigenous discrimination in AFL
Australia Football League (AFL) has had an anti-vilification law for 21 years.
A range of policies have been developed to improve the welfare and well-being of all AFL players, but the prejudice faced by Adam Goodes and others, has indicated the sport still has some problems.
Research released earlier this year, which involved more than 400 AFL players coaches and club staff, found that while on-field player-to-player vilification has been mostly eliminated, some forms of prejudice remain.
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