The Australian Drug Foundation's Good Sports program supports community sporting clubs to provide safe, healthy and family friendly environments.
To find out more or to register your club today go to: www.goodsports.com.au.
Fair go, sport! is aimed at promoting safety and inclusiveness for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and intersex (GLBTI) people involved in the hockey code.
It is a joint initiative of Hockey Victoria, Hockey Australia and the Australian Sports Commission (which is also funding the project), and is managed by the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission.
For information go to Fair Go Sport.
Know The Game educates people about Australian sports. Through face to face workshops, the emphasis is to assist people who have not grown up watching or playing Australian sports and now find themselves in a work or social situation where sport is frequently discussed.
Engage. Learn. Be Included. Know The Game.
Racism. It stops with me is a campaign that was launched on 24 August 2012 which invites all Australians to reflect on what they can do to counter racism wherever it happens.
The campaign aims to ensure more Australians recognise that racism is unacceptable in our community and provides the tools and resources to take practical action against racism.
The No to Homophobia campaign was launched in August 2012 to combat prejudice against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people in all areas of society, including the workplace and in sports.
Watch a No to Homophobia video ad on YouTube at: http://youtu.be/mkTiPfX4b_A
The Human Rights are Aussie Rules Project is a schools-based education program teaching children about human rights through principles of fair play and good sportsmanship.
For information click on Human Rights are Aussie Rules .
The NSW Sports Federation is the peak industry body for sport in NSW. They run a range of workshops designed to help volunteers in their sports clubs.
They offer face-to-face workshops around NSW, as well as free resources and webinars. For more information click on NSW Sports Federation.
Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) is Australia's national anti-doping organisation, which was established by the Australian Government in 2006. It's purpose is to protect Australia's sporting integrity through the elimination of doping. For more information and access to ASADA's online education tool click here.
The Play by the Rules Quick Reference Guide includes links to key sporting and recreation bodies, government agencies and NGOs, along with a short description of the support they can provide. These include:
• Sport & recreation organisations: State/Territory
• Child protection/child welfare agencies
• Equal opportunity and anti-discrimination agencies
• Dispute resolution and mediation services
• Legal services and advice
• Counselling services
Click here to access the guide and links.
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