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As a mark of respect for the funeral service for AFL player John McCarthy, the response event for this OurSay was cancelled.
Read the official comment from our partner the Melbourne Press Club here
If you would like to find out more about the Winning Question, please take a look at this article written by Caitlin Rooper about her issue.
“The AFL’s Respect and Responsibility Policy “represents the Australian Football League’s commitment to addressing violence against women and to work towards creating safe, supportive and inclusive environments for women and girls across the football industry as well as the broader community”. Hawthorn player Lance 'Buddy' Franklin is part owner of Nena and Pasadena and Neverland (clothing) store, a brand renowned for its clothing with sexually objectifying and degrading imagery of women. Franklin currently features in promotional videos and images both on the brand's website and in national clothing retailers like City Beach. Despite protests, the AFL have failed to address Franklin's continued breach of the R&R policy. Why has the AFL failed to address this?”