The Play by the Rules podcasts feature people from a diverse backgrounds, from all levels of sport - from senior policy level to grass roots sports volunteers. The podcasts are typically around 15 minutes long and usually focus on a particular area of interest. You can listen directly, view the transcript, download the mp3 file to play back at your leisure and use on your own websites.
Play by the Rules Podcasts
29 September 2017
Kate Jenkins is the Sex Discrimination Commission with the Australian Human Rights Commission. She is also co-Chair of Play by the Rules. In this podcast Kate talks about the rise of women's sport and the impact on traditional sporting culture. We discuss the impact big sports can have on challenging stereotypes and influencing important social issues such as violence against women.
30 August 2017
Dr Tim Soutphommasane
Dr Tim Soutphommasane is Australia's Race Discrimination Commissioner at the Australian Human Rights Commission. In this podcast Tim talks about sport as an exemplar of diversity and inclusion in society. He also talks about some of the challenges of racism and multi-culturalism in sport such as the reactions to Adam Goodes actions in 2013. A key message here is that all of us can have a say and some of the most powerful actions to combat racism can occur locally.
25 July 2017
There are many ways sport organisations can better protect children and create safer places, including focusing in on what is best for kids. Listen to practical advice in this podcast with Kerryn Boland, former Children’s Guardian in New South Wales. She is a lawyer with extensive experience in senior executive roles in the areas of human rights, child protection, industrial relations and regulatory reform. Kerryn has worked to help many sports organisations understand the importance of being child-safe. She is also a former member of the Play by the Rules Management Committee.