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How one organisation is preventing alcohol and drug use via an online program
St Kilda Football Club and the Sydney Swans will play for much more than just four points when they clash in the annual Pride Game this Saturday.
The Leading Thinker residency, "Behavioural insights and gender equality", concluded in December 2020. Read the Final Report and watch the Highlights Reel to learn more about what was achieved.
Award-winning Rock Up Netball shows how gaps in the product offering can inspire the creation of an inviting and inclusive sport environment for women.
Award-winning Aerobase is an excellent example of a fun, flexible and accessible program that helps children with disabilities be more active, healthy and happy through aerobics.
Bowling with babies is a great example of creating an engaging, sociable activity which meets specific needs of new parents, while also benefiting sport clubs and communities.
J-Ball shows how a sport can be adapted to engage new participants, and give less active people a way to get fit, socialise, have fun and learn new skills.
Walking Football is a slower version of football designed to get older Victorians active. It promotes social interactions among participants, fostering a sense of inclusion.
Developed by Australian Sailing in 2018, SailPass is a low-cost alternate membership model for people who want to give sailing a go.
Proud 2 Play in partnership with South West Sport and VicHealth is launching a series of e-learning resources for Australian sporting clubs to improve LGBTI+ inclusion in sport.
Grassroots sporting clubs are a vital part of local communities, allowing people to share in a passion for their chosen sport and connect with others.
These resources are designed to help the sporting sector ‘do sport differently’ to attract, engage and retain less-active Victorians in sport.