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Face the Facts, by the Australian Human Rights Commission, provides accurate and easy to understand information on some of the key areas of the Commission’s work. The new series offers short and easy to use fact-sheets, with useful links and engaging infographics for each topic.VIEW RESOURCEDOWNLOAD RESOURCE
Yulunga*: Traditional Indigenous Games is an activity resource developed by the Australian Sports Commission of over 100 traditional Indigenous games created to provide all Australians with an opportunity to learn about, appreciate and experience aspects of Indigenous culture.VIEW RESOURCEDOWNLOAD RESOURCE
The Game Plan Resource Kit, developed by the Centre for Multicultural Youth, provides information and ideas to support sports clubs to increase their cultural diversity– to attract and retain young people and families from migrant and refugee backgrounds as members, players, coaches, trainers and leaders.VIEW RESOURCEDOWNLOAD RESOURCE
When putting together a policy document that addresses discrimination and equal access for members of your Club or Association, it does not have to be a complex or large document, rather something that simply outlines your position on inclusion.VIEW RESOURCEDOWNLOAD RESOURCE
Communicating information to your members internally is very important. Small modifications and adaptions in these areas can say a lot about your Club or Association and how it values inclusion.VIEW RESOURCEDOWNLOAD RESOURCE