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LET'S TEAM UP AND TALK

Join us for our Diversity & Inclusion in Sport Discussion Series to learn about the importance of quality, safe sport and the advantage of inclusive programming for all of our communities' children.

What is the Diversity and Inclusion Discussion Series? Nine, 90 minute virtual session moderated by INclusion INcorporated. Every session will include experts in that field and is being provided to you at no cost or our better than FREE option you will find on the registration page.  We hope to see you sign up for all the sessions. All sessions are powered by our great friends at the Calgary Flames Foundation.

The Goal: To advance awareness and discussion around Diversity and Inclusion in Sport among club leaders who are well-positioned to implement positive change.

Who's running the series? KidSport Calgary, KidSport Edmonton, KidSport Alberta, Sport Calgary, and the Edmonton Sport Council in partnership with INclusion INcorporated is offering a Diversity and Inclusion in Sport discussion series to Local Sport Organizations, sport leaders, and administrators across Alberta.

Why KidSport is doing this: KidSport believes in education, and we believe it's our responsibility to ensure that the clubs our kids play at have an understanding of the diverse backgrounds and experiences of where kids come from. Through the series, KidSport's hope is to help clubs, sport leaders and administrators become better equipped to offer positive, inclusive, and safe access to sport.

Join us to listen and learn more about the proactive behaviors, options, and actions we can all make so that people from all backgrounds, ages, and abilities feel welcome, respected, and that they belong at your club. We will be hosting monthly virtual sessions and will be recording each session for those who are unable to attend live.

 

How to register: 

Head to this link to register for our first session on March 9th.

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Special thank you to our sponsor,

The Calgary Flames Foundation