Places are limited. We have 'sold out' in the last two years and we can only get 180 people into the room! Registration is quick and simple. Our registration is being handled through Eventbrite. You'll find registration buttons on all the Forum pages. Simply click the button and complete the Eventbrite registration details. There are no paper tickets for the Forum - just bring some ID with you and we will check you in. There is one ticket issued for each registration. But be quick as there are limited places.
You can download our Terms and Conditions here.
Public transport is the quickest and easiest way to get to and from an event at Melbourne & Olympic Parks. Trains, trams and buses operate frequently, dropping you right at the door of Australia’s premier sports and entertainment precinct. On site public car parking is very limited.
A short walk from Flinders Street train station via the William Barak footbridge allows attendees access to the City Entrance of Melbourne & Olympic Parks. The new Tanderrum Bridge is now the main entrance to Melbourne Park from the CBD, connecting directly into the precinct via Birrarung Marr.
For more information about getting there including timetables, fares and maps contact 1800 800 007 or visit Public Transport Victoria.
When you get to Olympic Park you can follow the signs to the River Room and the Forum.
Apart from your ideas and willingness to contribute then no, all the sessions are being professionally recorded and we will make all the Forum materials available to all participants via the Play by the Rules website.
By participating in this Forum you agree to be filmed throughout the day and all resources may be used by the Forum organisers (see our Terms and Conditions).
Absolutely – your registration includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea. It’s a busy day but we still have time to eat, drink, network and discuss.
If you have any special dietary requirements please let us know – firstname.lastname@example.org
Last year the event sold out, with over 180 sports leaders and practitioners attending the forum from a cross section of sport, government, academia and the community. This year’s diverse program once again applies to a broad range of individuals and organisations involved in the sport and active recreation sector. It also relates to those working in the diversity and inclusion space who are looking to learn from some of the issues and strategies developed to address these issues.
We keep costs for attending to a minimum. This is a non-profit event. The support we get from partners and registration fees cover the costs of running the forum each year. The Forum registration fee is $150.
The 2018 Diversity and Inclusion in Sport Forum is a collaboration between Play by the Rules, the Centre for Multicultural Youth, Monash University, Victoria University, Oliver and Thompson Consultancy and The Inclusion Club. Our supporters include VicHealth, Sport and Recreation Victoria, Sportspeople and the Australian Sports Commission.