Welcome to our video library. This is where we keep all our videos that have been produced for campaigns (such as You Can Play and Let Kids be Kids) or for events (such as the Diversity and Inclusion in Sport Forum) or for particular promotional or information purposes. 

Feel free to view and download any of the videos and post on your site or use for your campaigns. The only thing you can't do is change the content in any way. 

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  • Safety On and Off the Field

    Julie Inman Grant

    Safety On and Off the Field

    Posted December 2019

    15m 50s

    Julie Inman Grant is the eSafety Commissioner. She commenced this five year appointment in January 2017. Julie has extensive experience in the non-profit and government sectors, and spent two decades working in senior public policy and safety roles in the tech industry at Microsoft, Twitter, and most recently Adobe.
  • Is There Anyone Out There?

    Dave Carter and Peter Rubinstein

    Is There Anyone Out There?

    Posted December 2019

    21m 55s

    Peter Rubinstein is Managing Director of Media Heads. He has spent more than four decades working in the entertainment and media industries, in Australia and the US, and has more than 29 years’ experience dealing with Government on major campaigns and initiatives. Peter is also a highly respected oral historian.

    Dave Carter is Director of Content and Strategy at Media Heads and has worked in the media industry for 33 years, developing radio and TV content as well as numerous national awareness campaigns. He has extensive experience as a copywriter and is highly regarded for product creation and format development.

  • Building New Habits

    Shari Cohen

    Building New Habits

    Posted December 2019

    14m 31s

    Shari is the Member Protection Officer for Maccabi Australia and is passionate about sport and recreation being welcoming, inclusive and safe for everyone. She is also the All Abilities Inclusion Coordinator for Maccabi Victoria, and works in the fitness industry with older adults and people with disabilities.
  • The Power of Sport

    Patrick Kidd

    The Power of Sport

    Posted December 2019

    17m 15s

    Patrick Kidd has been employed as a principal consultant in Deloitte since leaving the Australian Army in early 2015. He was seconded from Deloitte to be the CEO of the Invictus Games Sydney in December 2016 after winning the bid to host the Games and he then led the planning and delivery of the Games building a team of over 140 full time staff and 1000 volunteers. Before joining Deloitte Patrick had a 30-year career in the British and Australian defence forces during which he had the privilege to work alongside people from many different nations leading teams in dynamic and challenging environments; his operational service has included extended service in the Balkans, the Middle East and Asia.
  • GoActive - Inspire, Empower, Connect

    Yash Kammoun

    GoActive - Inspire, Empower, Connect

    Posted November 2019

    8m 46s

    Yashar is the project officer at ‘GoActive’, a health and fitness initiative run by the Lebanese Muslim Association (LMA) for girls and women. Yashar is driven to promote physical and social well-being programs, provide social and emotional learning to youth and ultimately provide an opportunity to all women to lead healthier lives, primarily through participation in sporting and health programs.
  • Eliminating the Self Edit

    Beau Newell

    Eliminating the Self Edit

    Posted November 2019

    16m 28s

    Beau Newell is the National Program Manager of Pride in Sport Australia, an Australian first sporting inclusion program specifically designed to assist sporting organisations at all levels with the inclusion of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) employees, members, volunteers and spectators.
  • The Right Thing To Do

    Jo Fernandes

    The Right Thing To Do

    Posted April 2019

    19m 14s

    Jo Fernandes has worked in football administration for more than 20 years. On graduating from the University of Canberra, she commenced her professional career at the ACT Women’s Soccer Association, before becoming the Team Manager for the Westfield Matildas. She was then General Manager Westfield W-League within the FFA, before moving to her current role at Football NSW. Jo was the first female to be appointed to manage a Final at a Men’s Football Tournament - the 2017 FIFA Under 17 World Cup in India – and only a few months ago she worked as a General Coordinator at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia - the first time a female had been appointed to this role.
  • How difficult is it to remain objective?

    How difficult is it to remain objective?

    Posted February 2019

    0m 58s

  • Is it important for MPIOs to get support in their role?
  • What are some of the regular issues you see through the Association
  • What are the challenges in remaining impartial?
  • Administrators role in supporting an MPIO

    Administrators role in supporting an MPIO

    Posted February 2019

    2m 31s

  • How do you handle the emotional complainant?

    How do you handle the emotional complainant?

    Posted February 2019

    1m 14s

  • How should MPIOs react when pressured to handle complaint
  • Where to from here for MPIOs following training
  • What are the common issues raised in MPIO training? Is it difficult getting involved in complaint handling? How important is the role?
  • How do you make yourself approachable to club members?
  • How can an MPIO avoid a conflict of interest?

    How can an MPIO avoid a conflict of interest?

    Posted February 2019

    2m 12s

  • Is there a typical issue you have to deal with?
  • What do you think are the core skills for the role?