Diversity and Inclusion
A Sport For All
The A Sport for All Resource and Training Program provides formal diversity education within community cricket
In 2015 Cricket Australia is rolling out its A Sport For All Resource and Training Program - Australian cricket’s diversity and inclusion on-going education program for community cricket.
The objective of the A Sport For All Resource and Training Program is to educate all levels of Australian Cricket about Australia’s diverse society and how to meet its needs, with a dedicated focus on the participation of underrepresented groups, including girls and women, multicultural, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and disability communities.
The program has been created in formal consultation with target community groups, specialised diversity organisations as well as the Australian Sports Commission, drawing on their joint expertise to ensure that the needs of Australia’s diverse communities are met.
Program Key Pillars:
- Ensuring cricket’s participants and administrators at all levels have zero tolerance for any form of discrimination.
- Engaging effectively with diverse participants and communities
- Ensuring that cricket is A Sport for All is vital in maintaining the game’s status as Australia’s favourite sport
For more information on this program including to register for webinars etc. visit www.community.cricket.com.au/clubs/a-sport-for-all
To download an accessible PDF version of the A Sport For All Resource and Training program – Guide please click here.
If you would like to have access to a Braille version, please email firstname.lastname@example.org