Celebrate equality, diversity and inclusion during One Pack Week

Wolves will celebrate its inaugural One Pack Week, starting today and culminating in the men’s first-team game against West Ham United on Monday 5th April.

One Pack Week has been created to celebrate and promote the equality, diversity and inclusion work that the club undertakes across all areas of the business, from Foundation to first-team, staff to supporters.

Every day throughout One Pack Week, we will be publishing content across the Wolves media channels that shines a light on the hard work that goes on throughout the club all year round, profiles some of our incredible staff and their inspiring stories, and provokes debate and discussion on a range of important and challenging subjects.

Flagship features include a thought-provoking racism round table with some of the Wolves Academy’s finest coaching talent and hosted by Talksport’s Hugh Woozencroft, an in-depth interview with West Midlands Police’s dedicated football hate crime officer Stuart Ward, and the Women at Wolves Webinar, which supporters can sign up to attend by clicking here.

One Pack Week will close with a live football double header, with Wolves Women’s FA Cup showdown with Nottingham Forest being broadcast live on Wolves TV, the Wolves App and YouTube on Sunday 4th April, before Matchday Live Extra brings supporters unrivalled build up and coverage of West Ham United’s Monday night visit to Molineux.

The players in both matches will wear specially designed One Pack warm up t-shirts, with a limited selection due to go on sale on the Megastore website, with profits going to the Wolves Foundation to be ring fenced for future equality work.

During the week, supporters will also receive an email containing a link to the fan’s equal opportunities survey. As part of the ongoing commitment towards equality, Wolves is monitoring the diversity of its board, staff, fans and community outreach participants, and the survey has been designed to help the club carry out this process.

If you do not receive a link to the survey or have any questions regarding it, please don’t hesitate to contact help@wolves.co.uk.

Click on the links below to see the latest One Pack Week features:

Disability team focus

Rev David Wright on religion and equality

Women at Wolves Webinar

Feed Our Pack update

Tackling hate crime

The matchday experience for disabled supporters

Wolves Wishes

Long read | The inclusivity of women's football

Experiencing racism, challenging prejudice and instigating change