• The Diversity and Inclusion in Sport Alliance Forum recording is now available!

    The Diversity and Inclusion in Sport Alliance Forum recording is now available!

    November 2022

    The panel discussed topics at the forefront of diversity and inclusion in sport, including the Manly Sea Eagles Pride Jersey incident, how Australian sports media compares to our international counterparts, what it means to see yourself represented in sport and sports media, and what we can all do to improve the state of play for the next generation.
  • ASAPD Launches Website for Disability Sport Access

    ASAPD Launches Website for Disability Sport Access

    October 2022

    The key to inclusion is accessibility. For Australians with a disability, feeling included in sport has been an enduring challenge, from knowing which sports are offered that caters for people with disabilities, to where the clubs are located, or even how to get involved.

  • Rolling Free Project - Leading Equity, Diversity & Inclusion in Skating

    Rolling Free Project - Leading Equity, Diversity & Inclusion in Skating

    October 2022

    Share your insights with us! New research is being conducted by Griffith University to analyse themes of diversity and inclusion in the skating communities of skateboarding, park roller skating, artistic roller skating, inline hockey, inline rink skating and speed skating and where they feel improvements can be made. 

Online Training Courses

Free courses on child protection, harassment and discrimination, complaint handling, for Member Protection Information Officers and various mini-courses.

Let Kids be Kids

Help address poor sideline behaviour at junior sport ... see the Let Kids be Kids Toolkit...

Interactive Scenarios

Explore your understanding about issues that impact on safe, fair and inclusive sport through our step by step case studies

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  • Let Kids Be Kids - the kids

    Poor sideline behaviour can have a significant impact on how much kids enjoy sport - it can even determine if our kids continue in sport. When you are a kid you want to have fun, be with your friends and be supported by parents and spectators. Listen to how poor sideline behaviour impacts on these kids!  

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