Project Love Run
Project Love Run is a safe space for womxn to meet others, get their bodies moving, and discover the joy of running. Physical activity leaders can help people join one of the running groups or start their own chapter to help expand the network of safe and inclusive spaces for BIPOC womxn.
Is your physical & health education class inclusive and supportive for transgender, non-binary & Two-Spirit students?
PHE Canada developed this short evaluation checklist for organizations, classrooms, and physical education classes to help activity leaders and educators develop strategies to create more inclusive and supportive spaces for gender-diverse students and athletes.
2SLGBTQ+ Inclusion in school-based physical activity programs
Developed by PHE Canada, this guidebook is designed to help educators and youth activity leaders support 2SLGBTQ+ students and create welcoming spaces for them in sport and physical activity spaces.
Supporting Gender and Sexually Diverse Students
PHE Canada worked with professors, researchers and youth allies to develop and recommend strategies that will help educators and leaders to embed inclusive programming practices to support gender and sexually diverse learners.
Why Use Appropriate Pronouns for Transgender People
The City of Vancouver created an introductory video on why using appropriate pronouns for transgender people is integral to creating an inclusive and safe environment for all.
Equity & Inclusion Lens Snapshot – LGBTQ
This Snapshot created by the City for All Women Initiative was used to inform the work developed and implemented in their Equity and Inclusion Lens Handbook. It is one of 11 Diversity Snapshots.
Advancing Equity & Inclusion - A Guide for Municipalities
This guide created by City for All Women Initiative and Partners, addresses inequities in resources, access and power which cost our communities and organizations socially and financially.
Equity & Inclusion Lens Handbook
This interactive tool created by the City for All Women Initiative and City of Ottawa, is to help users address systemic barriers and inequities people face and create a positive, respectful services representative of the community. This handbook is for everyone.
3 Ways to Cultivate Gender Diverse Leadership in Sport
Here are three ways to ensure your organizational behaviours are helping to build a stronger and inclusive sport system that creates a positive experience for all from viaSport.
All Youth Matter: Inclusion Training
viaSport's All Youth Matter: Inclusion Training is a four-hour workshop where participants are provided with tools, techniques and best practices to create inclusive sport, recreation and physical activity experiences for youth from underserved populations.
#LevelTheField is a province-wide movement that is working to create a more inclusive sport culture in BC by targeting under-represented groups, such as women and girls, persons with disabilities and those who identify with the LGBTQI2S community. You can sign up to follow the campaign at viaSport.
viaSport LGBTQI2S Resources
A series of policy guidelines from viaSport that can be used by provincial and disability sports organizations to create more inclusive environments, policies, and practices related to sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression with the goal of creating safe, inclusive and welcoming environments for all athletes, coaches, o
Accessibility Audit Tool
This easy-to-follow checklist from viaSport will help an organization determine their level(s) of accessibility. It also provides concrete examples of how to make all aspects of programming and facilities more inclusive and accessible for everyone. It is organized around six pillars of accessibility.