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. 

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  • Communities of Practice Forum - Child Safe Standard 2

    Office of the Children's Guardian

    Communities of Practice Forum - Child Safe Standard 2

    Posted July 2020

    37m 33s

    Child Safe Sport Communities of Practice Forum conducted be the Office of Children's Guardian looks at Standard 2 - Children participate in decisions affecting them and are taken seriously. Download the ‘Guide to the Child Safe Standards’ to help in your journey to implement the Standards.

     

  • The impact of COVID-19 on sport for athletes with disability

    Lynne Anderson (CEO Paralympics Australia)

    The impact of COVID-19 on sport for athletes with disability

    Posted July 2020

    31m 17s

    In Think Tank 8 Paralympics Australia CEO Lynne Anderson will discuss the implications of COVID-19 on athletes with disability. Lynne is the Chief Executive of Paralympics Australia and has been recognised as the best leader in Australian sport, earning the Award for Leadership at the Australian Institute of Sport Sport Performance Awards in 2019.
  • Violence Against Women - Community Sports Role in Prevention

    Patty Kinnersly (CEO Our Watch)

    Violence Against Women - Community Sports Role in Prevention

    Posted June 2020

    30m 29s

    Think Tank 7 with CEO of Our Watch, Patty Kinnersly, looks at community sports role in preventing violence against women. There is evidence that the COVID-19 lockdown has seen a disturbing increase in violence against women. A Monash University study Responding to the Shadow Pandemic reveals the concerns that the pandemic has led to an increase in the frequency and severity of violence against women alongside an increase in the complexity of women’s needs, including the emergence of new forms of intimate partner violence relating to social isolation.What is community sports response to this? As community sport starts to resume what role can a local club or association play in preventing violence against women? 
  • Child safety in a post COVID-19 world

    Professor Daryl Higgins and Douglas Russell (Institute of Child Protection Studies) and Brooke Irvine (Gymnastics Australia)

    Child safety in a post COVID-19 world

    Posted June 2020

    36m 35s

    Think Tank 6 features Professor Daryl Higgins and Douglas Russell from the Institute of Child Protection Studies and Brooke Irvine from Gymnastics Australia discussing child safety in a post COVID-19 world. As part of this Think Tank we are asking what are your concerns around safeguarding coming out of COVID-19 and what resources do you need to help keep children safe in a post COVID-19 world - please complete our brief survey - https://tinyurl.com/y96vrgpe
  • How can we ensure a safe return to sport and mitigate the risk using Sport Australia's Return to Sport Toolkit

    Kate Corkery (Sport Australia) and Iain Roy

    How can we ensure a safe return to sport and mitigate the risk using Sport Australia's Return to Sport Toolkit

    Posted June 2020

    35m 56s

    Think Tank 5 looks at Sport Australia's Return to Sport Toolkit with Kate Corkery (Sport Australia) and Iain Roy, two fo the driving forces behind the Return to Sport Toolkit. 
  • Exploring equity, emotional wellbeing and collaborative approaches to return to community sport

    Professor Simone Fullagar

    Exploring equity, emotional wellbeing and collaborative approaches to return to community sport

    Posted June 2020

    35m 31s

    Think Tank 4 of the post COVID-19 Community Sport series explores equity, emotional wellbeing and collaborative approaches for a return to sport with Professor Simone Fullagar from Griffith University. 
  • How do we keep the inclusion of LGBTQ people on the agenda?

    Dr Ryan Storr and Christine Grainger (Proud to Play) and Beau Newell (Pride in Sport)

    How do we keep the inclusion of LGBTQ people on the agenda?

    Posted June 2020

    34m 54s

    Think Tank 3 of the Play by the Rules series of online forums asks the question how do we keep the inclusion of LGBTQ people on the agenda in a post COVID-19 world. We hear from Dr Ryan Storr and Christine Grainger from Proud to Play and Beau Newell from Pride in Sport. 
  • How will disability work in the new sport and recreation world?

    Murray Elbourn (Disability Inclusion Manager, Sport NSW), Rebecca McAlister (Community Inclusion & Capacity Building Officer, Uniting) and Rachelle Sultana (Exercise Physiologist, Healthstin).

    How will disability work in the new sport and recreation world?

    Posted May 2020

    1h 25m 19s

    In this webinar, our expert panelists will explore how Disability will work in the new Community Sport and Active Recreation world post COVID-19. Key discussions will include; how NDIS works for community sporting clubs and recreation providers, ways that people with Disability can contribute to community sporting clubs and recreation programs, the benefits of ongoing collaboration between Education, Healthcare, Councils, Community Organisations and Sport & Recreation, increased education for local community clubs and recreation providers and a sustainable referral process to increase the engagement of people with Disability in sport and recreation.
  • Customer experience masterclass

    Tom Dixon (Vicsport), Karen Clydesdale (Tennis Australia) & Andrew O'Loughlin (Sport Experience Designer)

    Customer experience masterclass

    Posted May 2020

    55m 29s

    While COVID-19 is changing the sporting landscape, one thing will not change: consumer behaviour is governed by emotions, and customer experience is critical to the retention of people in sport and active recreation. This live stream recording was part of Vicsport's Talks series that explores what customer experience is and how we can plan amazing experiences. There are case studies and takeaway resources. 
  • Governance Challenges and Planning for the Future

    Margot Foster AM

    Governance Challenges and Planning for the Future

    Posted May 2020

    31m 10s

    Forum 2 of the Think Tank series talks about Governance Challenges and Planning for the Future in a post COVID-19 world. It features Margot Foster AM, a former Olympian, lawyer and sports governance expert.  
  • A conversation around mental health

    Debbie Swibel (Director, Mental Health Management), Chris Houston (Former NRL Player) & Ashton Sims (Former NRL Player)

    A conversation around mental health

    Posted May 2020

    53m 44s

    A Conversation around Mental Health. COVID-19 has had a far-reaching, crippling effect on sport worldwide. Physical health has been affected, so too has mental health and we understand that athletes, coaches, administrators and volunteers may be experiencing a mix of emotions at this time. This webinar will look at the signs and symptoms of poor mental health and help provide an understanding of your emotions. Our expert presenters will suggest strategies to help maintain both good mental and physical health, with the short-term effects on physical and mental health influencing the long-term impacts.
  • Inside media and sport

    Simon Hill (Football Commentator & Presenter, Fox Sports Australia) and David Weiner (Editor, Optus Sport)

    Inside media and sport

    Posted May 2020

    57m 14s

    In the present era, the close interaction between the media and sport are indispensable. The two feed one another with sport providing a wide range of content for the media every day, while media provides publicity and a connection to the population for sport. The media has an undeniable role in developing awareness around sport and awakening public consciousness, achieved by spreading novel ideas and displaying leadership and guidance to our society. Join us as we delve into the relationship that exists between Sport and Media and consider how the impacts of COVID-19 will change the future consumption of sport for fans across Australia.
  • The importance of community connections

    Dr Bridie O'Donnell (Director, Office for Women in Sport and Recreation) and Paul Kennedy (ABC Sports Journalist)

    The importance of community connections

    Posted May 2020

    36m 02s

    Forum 1 of the Play by the Rules Post COVID-19 Community Sport Think Tank series features Dr Bridie O'Donnell, Director of the Office for Women in Sport and Recreation in Melbourne, and Paul Kennedy, ABC journalist, sports dad and champion of community sport. Bridie and Paul bring a wealth of experience and insights into the challenges facing community sport.
  • Play by the Rules campaign

    Play by the Rules

    Play by the Rules campaign

    Posted May 2020

    30s

    During the current pandemic it's important that we all Play by the Rules - Australia's leading sports stars have a simple message, stick together, let's be a team and Play by the Rules.

     

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  • Inside Leadership in Sport

    Carolyn Campbell (CEO, Netball NSW), David Trodden (CEO, NSW Rugby League) & Debbie Le Roux (CEO & Dean, ACPE).

    Inside Leadership in Sport

    Posted May 2020

    44m 54s

    A panel discussion with leading CEO's from the NSW Sports Industry on how they are supporting their organisations through the unprecedented change created by COVID-19. Panelists include Carolyn Campbell (CEO, Netball NSW), David Trodden (CEO, NSW Rugby League) & Debbie Le Roux (CEO & Dean, ACPE).
  • Working together to support clubs

    Tom Dixon (Vicsport), Karen Pearce (Football Victoria), Melanie Pratt (Cardinia Shire Council), Michael King (Leisure Networks), Sharin Milner (Vic Responsible Gambling Foundation)

    Working together to support clubs

    Posted May 2020

    1h 21m 29s

    This webinar is a strategic Q&A with industry leaders to unpack what clubs are telling us, how we can help clubs to rebuild stronger and more inclusive clubs and the ongoing impact of COVID-19 on community sport. Speakers include Tom Dixon (Vicsport), Karen Pearce (Football Victoria), Melanie Pratt (Cardinia Shire Council), Michael King (Leisure Networks), Sharin Milner (Vic Responsible Gambling Foundation)

  • State of the Sports Industry

    Lisa Hasker (Vicsport), Tim Burke (SRV) and Chris Lacey (VicHealth)

    State of the Sports Industry

    Posted May 2020

    1h 27m 56s

    Updates and Q&A with Vicsport, Sport and Recreation Victoria and VicHealth on the current situation of the sports industry during the COVID-19 pandemic. Speakers include Vicsport CEO Lisa Hasker, SRV Tim Burke and Chris Lacey, VicHealth.
  • A conversation around physical literacy

    Gareth Long (ACPE), Pierre Comis (Special Olympics Australia) and Dr Juanita Weissensteiner (NSW Office of Sport)

    A conversation around physical literacy

    Posted May 2020

    50m 02s

    A conversation around Physical Literacy. Prior to COVID-19, the most concerning global pandemic was arguably that of physical inactivity. However, this forced pause in sport, physical education and organised physical activity provides an opportunity for sport to press the re-set button for participants and increase the quantity and quality of the population's physical activity behaviours. In this webinar, three expert panelists will share their thoughts on how a focus on physical literacy can enhance the sporting and movement experiences of all people engaging in sport, movement and physical activity.
  • Staying connected through innovation

    Professor Philip Morgan (University of Newcastle), Kirin Lindop (CEO, Athletics NSW) and Margot Harley (CEO, Rowing NSW) .

    Staying connected through innovation

    Posted May 2020

    43m 43s

    Staying Connected Through Innovation. With normal routines disrupted due to the coronavirus, it's important to keep members connected and engaged in new ways. A silver lining of this crisis is the emergence of innovation and adaption by industry leaders in the areas of training, participation and events. This webinar will showcase how the Daughters and Dads Cricket program transitioned to digital delivery, the successful launch of RunNSW Strava Club and the exciting world of virtual regattas and world records.
  • Craig Foster and Play for Lives

    Craig Foster

    Craig Foster and Play for Lives

    Posted April 2020

    3m 18s

    Spearheaded by former Socceroo Craig Foster, #PlayForLives is a rapidly growing campaign to get our professional athletes off the bench and into the thousands of essential volunteer positions left vacant in the wake of the coronavirus.

    Go to #PlayforLives