Return to School 2021: Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
The COVID-19 pandemic has created a new normal and a new reality for many families, children and students. This resource, developed by PHE Canada, is designed to help educators and activity leaders create equitable, diverse and inclusive spaces and facilities.
Developed by the Rick Hansen Foundation, this resource is a program that aims to improve built environments in Canada, which means re-assessing and re-evaluating if the spaces we’ve built for work, play and learning are accessible to people of diverse bodies, ages, and abilities.
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.
Road Map to Inclusion
This infographic is part of a series of posters that create inclusion, raise awareness, promote and educate the public on active living and disabilities. OneAbility and Recreation Integration Victoria have created the 'Disability & Diversity: Education to Promote Active Living' project infographics. These po
RDN Northern Recreation Services - Communities Facilities and Program Accessibility and Inclusion
Although this entire document from the Regional District of Nanaimo is a useful guide, full of specific examples to get us thinking about spaces as places, start on Page Six with a comprehensive set of questions to assess how inclusive and welcoming your spa
Not all disabilities are alike. The best way to learn about a disability is to learn about the child first. This information provides a facilitator with basic information about disabilities with strategies to consider when developing customized programming from Let's Play.
Inclusive Marketing and Communications
This weblink from the Activity Alliance provides 10 Factsheets on how to create more inclusive marketing and communication materials covering social media, events, digital communications, language, accessible budget, campaigns, design, photography, news and a checklist to refer to
Good Practices for Creating Gender-Equitable Boards in Sport
Canadian Women & Sport (formerly The Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women in Sport and Physical Activity -CAAWS), supports and champions Sport Canada’s objective of achieving gender equity in sport at all levels by 2035. CAAWS believes it begins at the top: ensuring gender-equitable boards of directors.