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Directors UK is the professional association of UK screen directors. It is a collecting society, membership organisation and campaigning body with over 7,000 members.
Directors UK supports initiatives to promote equal opportunities for all screen directors and to address the under-representation of directors from minority ethnic backgrounds across film and TV. It uses the Origins classification to produce analysis of its members according to the heritage of their fore and family name. The research is used to deliver an insight into the ethnic make-up of the membership and their employment as directors on productions in order to better inform the wider industry and to support targeted career development initiatives and training.
In the 26 years since its formation the Premier League (PL) has developed into one of the world’s most successful sporting organisations with followers in virtually every country. It has also become a magnet for managers and players from every ethnic group.
In 2018 the PL decided that it wanted to learn more about the ethnic composition of the players, coaches and managers of its clubs and, more particularly and less easily, how that profile had altered during the 26 years of its existence.
Origins provided a quick, efficient and relatively inexpensive tool for conducting this research, distinguishing the parts of the world that were and were not represented on the pitch, how the profile of managers and coaches differed from that of players and how these profiles had changed over time.
The results provided verifiable evidence of many of the trends which the PL has assumed had taken place but delivered a significant number of new insights of which the organisation had not previously been aware