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Racism in Sport

Lethbridge Sport Council

Everyone has a role to play in making sport anti-racist. There are many tools, resources, education opportunities and supports to address racism in sport. For example, Anti-racism in Sport is a campaign which seeks to increase, promote, and engage in discussions on anti-racism in sport.

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Understanding and improving equity, diversity and inclusion in sport

Lethbridge Sport Council via InMotion Network

The majority of EDI policies and practices focus on 'welcoming' those who have historically been excluded instead of attempting to address the structural causes of exclusion that stem from the interrelated factors related to settler colonialism, racism, sexism, ableism and capitalism.

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Why is active allyship important in sport?

Lethbridge Sport Council via Coaching Association of Canada

Active allyship is about addressing systemic change and using your voice for positive change. Within sport, active allyship is extremely important for addressing systemic racism within sport. Specifically, in sport informed/active allyship consists of using the privilege associated with being a non-racialized coach to advocate for and work toward supporting all racialized participants and coaches.

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Canada Soccer Guide to Accessibility & Inclusion

Canada Soccer

The Canada Soccer Guide to Accessibility and Inclusion (the Guide), as an element of the Canada Soccer Club Licensing Program, presents information, resources, and guidance to support the development of accessible, inclusive, and welcoming soccer environments. This resource is an excellent resource for all sports.

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True Sport Activity Calendar

True Sport

The True Sport Activity Calendar aims to help parents and children explore and track new activities; to provide additional links and resources relating to quality sport; to promote physical and ethical literacy; and to offer ways parents can bring True Sport to life with their kids.How to use the True Sport Activity Calendar: 1. Download and print the resource, 2. Explore the resources and links suggested each month, and 3. Mark your calendar every time you put one or more of the True Sport Principles into action.

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Adaptable Programming in Lethbridge

Lethbridge Sport Council

Being active outside is essential for our mental and physical well-being. However, it can be difficult to find suitable activities for kids with disabilities. Common obstacles include accessibility, safety, finding adaptive equipment, and financial barriers. This resource includes ways to eliminate these hurdles so you and your kids can get active no matter your circumstance.

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Safe Return to Community Sport - A True Sport Guide for Parents and Caregivers

True Sport

Use this guide to help navigate your child’s return to sport amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Keep in mind that certified coaches, the rule of two, background checks and safe sport practices are foundational to a good sport experience. Ensure your club or association is sanctioned and is compliant with their provincial and national governing bodies.

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Sport Communication and Management Applications

Lethbridge Sport Council

In this resource the Lethbridge Sport Council has compared seven commonly used sport team and association communication platforms, based on their features, price points, and peer reviews we have received from users in the Lethbridge sport community.

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Sport and Active Recreation Fee Assistance Programs

Lethbridge Sport Council

The cost of sport is a well-known barrier for many Canadian families. This resource explains the three assistance programs that help cover sport costs such as registration fees and equipment. These programs are excellent resources to help ensure that everyone has the opportunity to participate in sport.

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Working with LGBTQ+ Athletes and Coaches

Coaching Association of Canada

The resource aims to make sport a more welcoming place for those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and two-spirited.

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Keeping Girls in Sport

Coach.ca, Canadian Women & Sport, Respect Group

Keeping Girls in Sport is an online program that teaches coaches and youth activity leaders how to create engaging sport and physical activity programming for girls.

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Coaching Kids of All Abilities

Jumpstart

Coaching Kids of All Abilities is an online resource that helps coaches and youth activity leaders create inclusive sporting environments for kids of all abilities.

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Indigenous Long–Term Participant Development Pathway

Sport For Life

A reference for those who work with Indigenous participants in sport and recreation. It has grown out of the understanding that mainstream models for sport development do not necessarily align with Indigenous needs or experiences. As such, this document tries to address that gap by outlining the key elements that need to be considered when planning, developing, and implementing programs for and with Indigenous peoples and communities.

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Move and Play Through Traditional Games

Alberta Native Friendship Centre and Be Fit for Life

Alberta Native Friendship Centres Association (ANFCA) and the Be Fit For Life Network collaborated on Move and Play through Traditional Games to integrate the promotion of physical activity through playing traditional Indigenous games.