Exploring the Systematic and Technical Gaps within the Canadian Paralympic Sport System and Highlighting Future Trends and Opportunities for Sustainable Sport Specific Athlete Pathways
Catherine Gosselin-Despres – Canadian Paralympic Committee
David Legg – Alberta Para Sport
Element – Accessible Sport
Many organizations state they’re aware of the positive impact embracing diversity and inclusion can have for their teams both personally and professionally. And they have good intentions and have begun efforts but aren’t sure what a true diversity and inclusion program could look like at the next level.
Worley notes it’s time to move beyond awareness and initial efforts, and go deep to reflect the diverse population of your organization’s team, clients and supporters.
Child Sexual Abuse – Awareness and Education in Sport
The Canadian Centre for Child Protection, a national charity that works to reduce the incidence of child sexual abuse and exploitation, will provide an overview of their organization, the work they are doing in sport, the scope of the problem of sexual abuse, and highlight tools available for sport to help mitigate risk.
Alberta Sport Connection and its provincial sport tourism partners welcome you to the 2019 Alberta Sport Leadership Conference from May 1-4, 2019 at the River Cree Resort in Edmonton. The opening session of the Provincial Sport Tourism Pre-Conference will provide you with the opportunity to check-in, hear about the event and schedule, meet your industry peers and colleagues and join other conference delegates from the sport sector in a networking social. Appetizers and a cash bar will be available.