AIBA must stop inequality between male and female boxers for the Olympic Games

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Claudette MONTREUIL
5 years ago
Je souhaite que les hommes et les femmes qui boxent aient les mêmes opportunités, revenus, protections...

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Edigar Nzeyimana
5 years ago
I encouraged AIBA to promote gender balance by making rules that are equal to the men as women, to guarantee that women and girls have the notoriety they deserve in boxing.

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Senan Morris
5 years ago
i think equality is the only way forward

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fiona nelson
5 years ago
I am a female boxer and face the inequalities

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Terry McCorran
5 years ago
Equality is a MUST for AIBA and all Boxing, Females put in as much effort I not more sometimes but due to draconian minds they are not treated as Equals. The IOC says it's not the winning it's the taking part, Well let the Women take part.

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Michael O'Neill
5 years ago
The Olympic charter & Olympic Oath BOTH require EQUALITY and thus effectively BOTH Dr Thomas Bach,IOC President AND Dr CK WU,also IOC VP are in contravention of the Olympic principles laid down by Pierre de Courbertin & others. Boxers,coaches,fans in UK and elsewhere should ALL sign the petition.

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Tor Hill
5 years ago
For equality

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paula sheehan
5 years ago
Things to be made equal

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Lauren Kelly
5 years ago
I am a part of the Irish youth/junior boxing team and European bronze medalist

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Tj Sweeney
5 years ago
Im signing because as a fan of the sport i believe th etalent for irish women in boxing is second to none, ive seen first hand thaat a female team going away will bring more success than a male team. AIBA need more funding for trips and should be treated the same as male fighters