INclusion INcorporated definition of terms
INclusion Incorporated’s list of definition of shared terms explains in plain language some of the terms that are now widely used. They also offer a Discussion Guide so groups and organizations can have some help in navigating these complex issues and terms in depth.
Inclusion Incorporated Diversity and Inclusion Training
INclusion INcorporated offers training and workshop sessions for companies, groups and organizations so they can effectively integrate inclusivity and accessibility into their work and their environment. Their sessions can be tailored to the kind of organization you work for.
Healthy Community Engagement
PlanH’s Healthy Community Engagement resource offers local governments (rural, urban, and even international) a tool to engage their residents in a way that ensures everyone is included so that policies are applied with an equity lens and can contribute to healthy living for community members.
Cultural Awareness in Youth Sport
This training course from Sport for Life explores the concept of culture and provides sport leaders and recreation leaders practical ways to model cultural awareness to youth athletes.
This resource is provided by Sport for Life.
Sport for Life for All Newcomers to Canada
Sport for Life for All Newcomers to Canada provides examples of how recreation leaders, organizations and educators can welcome new Canadians of all ages into their physical activity spaces. It provides examples of barriers for newcomers, how to address those barriers, as well as an action plan for inclusion.
Coaching Certification & Leadership Training
This training program is centred on Indigenous experiences and how coaches, sport, recreation and club leaders, and educators can incorporate traditional history, culture and teachings into sport and how this can create more inclusive physical activity spaces for Indigenous participants.
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.
Let's Talk: Racism and Health Equity
Racism is a root cause of health and social inequities experienced by Indigenous and Racialized People in Canada. This resource by the National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health provides discussion questions for individual and organizational reflection and tips for anti-racist approaches and practice
Key Public Health Resources for Anti-Racism Action: A Curated List
Racism and racialization are important considerations in all public health work because of the documented impact each has on the health outcomes of First Nations and people of colour. These examples, strategies, cases and tools from the National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of H