Much of sport is organized by sex or gender; however, not every athlete fits into or identifies with the binary of male and female. Creating welcoming, inclusive teams for the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, trans-identified, queer, intersex and two spirited community and allies is new territory for many sport organizations. Resources created by CAAWS and the Canadian Center for Ethics in Sport provide information and guidance for inclusion to make Canadian sport a positive space for all athletes.
6.31.1 Egale/HEO Dressing Room Policy Implementation Guide
6.31.2 Egale/HEO Confidentiality Statement
6.31.3 Egale/HEO Confidentiality Statement Implementation
- COC’s LGBTQI2S Inclusion In Sport Introduction Online Elearning Module (April)
- CCES’s Policy and Practice Template for Sport Organizations on Creating Inclusive Environments for Trans Participants
- What Your Organization Can Do / How Your Organization is Doing – LGBTQI2S Sports Inclusion Toolkit Checklist (Draft attached – feel free to share – all feedback welcome)
Local Alberta Resources