Commonwealth Games bronze medallist Donna Fraser will speak on "Sport for All Women - Blowing Up the System" at the Include Summit starting tomorrow in Birmingham ©Getty Images

A two-day Include Summit, a conference focussed on equality, diversity and inclusion in sport, is set to begin tomorrow at the Unique Venues Birmingham in the centre of the city hosting the 2022 Commonwealth Games.

Discussions by Birmingham 2022 officials are set to feature heavily in the conference.

The opening plenary is due to feature a welcome from the City of Birmingham and Birmingham 2022.

Donna Fraser, the 1998 Commonwealth Games 400 metres bronze medallist, who is also the head of inclusion an engagement at Birmingham 2022, will address the guests on the topic "Sport for All Women - Blowing Up the System".

Professional advisor to the Birmingham 2022 Board and 2018 Commonwealth Games Netball gold medallist Ama Agbeze, Sydney 2000 Olympic heptathlon gold medallist and President of Commonwealth Games England Denise Lewis, former professional cricketer Azeem Rafiq, ex-Premier League footballer Anton Ferdinand and tennis coach Judy Murray are some of the high-profile names due to speak at the event.

The conference will feature more than 1,000 attendees, 70 plus exhibitors, over sessions and many other activities.

From athletes to diversion and inclusion experts, attendees include a variety of professionals within the sports industry.

The conference will discuss topics such as race equality in sport, women’s sport, the role of media, LGBTQ+ - lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender - inclusion in sport and many more.