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Cricket Australia defends its notification of pregnancy rule for women
The Guardian
Cricket Australia has defended its controversial policy of asking women to declare if they are pregnant when they sign a central contract. Its chief executive, James Sutherland, hit back at the criticism – which argues that the clause is discriminatory
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Cricket Australia defends ‘notification of pregnancy’ policy for womenBBC Sport
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New York Times

Cricket Australia defends its notification of pregnancy rule for women
The Guardian
Cricket Australia has defended its controversial policy of asking women to declare if they are pregnant when they sign a central contract. Its chief executive, James Sutherland, hit back at the criticism – which argues that the clause is discriminatory
Women's Cricket Gains in Numbers and Visibility, but Gender Gaps RemainNew York Times
Cricket Australia defends 'notification of pregnancy' policy for womenBBC Sport
Cricket Australia Is Not Excluding Pregnant Players, Chief Executive InsistsNewsweek
The Australian –The Sydney Morning Herald –Deccan Chronicle –The Australian
all 46 news articles »

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