Diversity and Inclusion is an important topic area but it is complex and hard to navigate what to do and how to do it. This session will introduce some of the key terminology and some of the areas to pay attention to as you put together a thoughtful approach to move forward.
Gender identities is an area that has evolved rapidly over the past few years. Sports need to be thinking about how they can support all gender identities and create inclusive policies and supportive environments for each gender identity.
At the International Physical Literacy Conference in Umea, Sweden
ReImagine RREC – Renew, Retool, Engage and Contribute – is a national COVID-19 recovery initiative for parks, recreation and community sport leaders funded in part by the Government of Canada and delivered by the Canadian Parks and Recreation Association (CPRA).
The Connection Between Inclusion and Physical Literacy
A quick video overview of the interconnected nature of these two concepts
Andrea Carey joins Mental Dive to discuss creating cultural shifts in Canadian sporting culture, the current climate around inclusion in the NHL, and grassroots level coaching perspectives.
Andrea Carey joins Alissa Carpenter to discuss how cognitive diversity and neurodiversity shows up in the workplace, the types of accommodations a workplace should provide, and how we can advocate for neurodiversity.
Andrea Carey, Nesreen Ali and Storie Serres discuss the International Women's Day 2021 theme of "Choose To Challenge" and other themes and issues connection to the women's movement.
Softball Canada is pleased to announce it has extended its partnership with INclusion INcorporated as part of its commitment to making the game even more inclusive for all participants. This partnership aligns with Softball Canada values of providing fair and inclusive access, supporting safe and fun environments, and operating with respect and integrity, and directly addresses several areas of Softball Canada’s strategic plan.
Canadian Artistic Swimming and INclusion INcorporated have launched the CAS Diversity and Inclusion Training Program, which will become mandatory annual training for all coaches. Read more
If there was ever a time in our history to consider how to not leave anyone behind, 2020 was that year. As people and organizations seek to reconcile the impact of COVID-19, we need to think about how we build back in ways that intentionally bring people together and collectively work towards a better future Read more
Sharing about Gender Equity, what it means, how we can think about it, how we can move to action, and the opportunity that it translates to for athletes and women leaders. Check it out
An article on inclusion of people with disabilities in physical literacy programming. Read it here.
We hosted a panel discussion on Intersectionality and Belonging, and solicited input from the audience of 400+ about what how we live principles of belonging. Here is what we learned.
Working with Cycling Canada on a plan for better and stronger engagement with women in their systems and programs.
A blog about intentional inclusion that highlights some great work from organization across Canada. Read it here.
Sharing on some sensitive topics. Read the article here.
Thoughts around ensuring we are intentional in planning for inclusion. Watch here.
INclusion INcorporated collaborator Fannie Smith discusses embraces change and her desire to make sports a supportive, inclusive, and safe environment. Read the full article here.
INclusion INcorporated's Chief INclusion Officer Andrea Carey discusses values-based leadership, the drive to create more INclusion in sport organizations at every level and how organizations can make their workplaces more inclusive. Read the full article here.
INclusion INcorporated collaborator Nesreen Ali joins the Daily Dose Podcast with Benji to discuss integrating the mind, body and spirit into public policy.
Andrea Carey joins Daryl Devonish and Taryn Lipschitz to discuss How to incorporate Inclusion in your organization. From discussions on the importance of safe spaces, to how to support your team, to being patient, take a minute to listen to the podcast here.
Episode 24 of Bridges of Belonging is a special Kimberley, B.C. themed edition, and features Canadian Paralympian Josh Dueck, and best selling author Bruce Kirkby. Read the article here.