Pull Your Socks Up
for Gender Equality
MC Labour are the proud major partner of Carlton Respects. Over one hundred staff at MC Labour signed the “MC Labour Pledge wall” – the pledge is:
“I will stand up, speak out and act to promote gender equality for the prevention of violence against women”.
MC Labour are dedicated to helping the prevention of violence against women and social exclusion across their organisation and the wider community.
“WE need to speak about it more and we need to be really honest.” For Our Watch CEO and Carlton board member Patty Kinnersly, the message behind Carlton Respects is more prevalent than ever before. Speaking on Triple M prior to the Blues’ annual AFL Carlton Respects...read more
THE Carlton Football Club is proud to announce that its Round 11 match against West Coast will be the 2020 AFL Carlton Respects game. The Blues will wear orange socks for the fifth annual AFL Carlton Respects game in order to raise awareness of gender equality for the...read more
The Carlton Football Club are continuing to respond to the developing COVID-19 situation and are taking every precaution to protect Club members and supporters as well as the safety of staff and players.read more
Carlton Respects | Pull Your Socks Up
What we do
The Carlton Respects initiative aims to create a society of equality and respect in schools, communities and workplaces.
Our impact so far
million social impressions
The ‘Pull Your Socks Up’ campaign ran in the lead up to both the AFLW and AFL Carlton Respects games. Players swapped their traditional navy socks ran out on the field, with the colour change representing the international colour for harmony.
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1800-Respect (1800 737 732) The 1800RESPECT service aims to provide a best practice, professional telephone and online, crisis and trauma counselling service 24 hours a day, 7 days per week and assist people experiencing the effects of sexual assault, domestic or family violence
Carlton Football Club acknowledges the traditional owners of country across Australia, on which we work and play our great game. We pay our respects to them and their cultures; and to Elders past, present and emerging