On Tuesday, March 8, the ‘Equal Hue’ project was embarked by an adept panel. The professional meeting consists of five members- Namrata Parekh (Co-founder 7 director, Meraki), Deepthi Bopaiah (CEO, Go Sports Foundation), Sharda Ugra (Renowned Sports Journalist), Snehal Pradhan (Former Indian Cricketer & Cricket Commentator), and Arshi Yasin (CEO & Co-Founder, The Bridge). It will be a vital milestone in India’s long journey to transforming women’s sports.
The panelists will discuss the ‘Equal Hue’ statement, which was made after a five-year study. It fixes inequities in the way women’s cricket is played in India, as well as propositions reforms.
The report’s most important senses, as well as important figures and data, will be examined by experts. Also, the value and objectives of the ‘Equal Hue’ movement will be concerned, to bring other ideas and views to the table.
The end ‘Equal Hue’ Cricket Excellence Scholarship Program is part of the conversation. As well as how the ‘Equal Hue’ project will help develop women’s cricket in India.
An argument on the part that diverse stakeholders recreate in the development of women’s cricket in India will also be on the schedule.
This contains the part of the media in designing details of women’s cricket and developing curiosity among the general public. As well as the role of journalists in virtually communicating women’s cricket whispers.
The ‘Equal Hue’ movement is established on the ‘Equal Hue’ statement, which was authorized by the Sports Law and Policy Centre and co-authored by Snehal Pradhan. Karunya Keshav, a journalist, and co-author of The Fire Burns Blue on the history of women’s cricket in India; and the late Sidhanta Patnaik, co-author of The Fire.