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The Commission report is out! Now it’s time to put the findings into action! So excited for this journey. https://www.hamiltoncommission.org/the-report
I’m so proud to announce that today The Hamilton Commission is publishing its report into understanding how to improve diversity within UK Motorsport. From the thousands of jobs in Formula 1, only 1% of employees are from Black backgrounds. The Hamilton Commission aims to change that. We interviewed 700+ Black young people and 80+ stakeholders across motorsport to help inform our research – click the link in my bio to find out what we discovered.
So much was running through my mind as a watched the final moments of the match last night. On one hand I was so proud of how far we have come ...to be in the final and with such a diverse team is a huge achievement we should all be proud of but as the players stepped up to take the penalties I was worried. The pressure to deliver is felt by every sportsperson but when you are a minority representing your country this is a layered experience. Success would feel like a double victory, but a miss feels like a two-fold failure when its compounded with racist abuse. I so badly wanted that win like all of you but for me it was for much more than winning the euros, it was a much bigger picture. However, the disgusting behaviour by the few, shows how much work that still needs to be done. I hope that this opens a conversation around acceptance. We must work towards a society that doesn’t require Black players to prove their value or place in society only through victory. Ultimately everyone on the England team should be so proud of their achievement and how they represented us.
Wishing everybody a happy weekend from @roscoelovescoco and I 🖤
A city that inspires. Where should I visit while I am here?
Tres Chic à Paris 🖤
Came in my rain suit and wellies hoping for rain but it’s still hot af 🤣
It is hard to believe it’s been nearly 9 years working with this incredible team. Time really does fly. I am happy and excited to announce that we are going to continue our partnership for two more years. We’ve accomplished so much together but we still have a lot to do, both on and off the track. I’m incredibly proud and grateful of how Mercedes has supported me in my drive to improve diversity and equality in our sport. They have held themselves accountable and made important strides in creating a more diverse team and inclusive environment. Thank you to all the dedicated and talented individuals at Mercedes whose hard work makes it all possible and the Board for their continued trust in me. We are entering a new era of car but also have a sport that is uniting behind positive change and I can’t wait to see what else we can achieve together.
My happy place💜