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Other initiatives supporting inclusive, safe and fair sport and recreation

Here are some other initiatives that aim to create fun, safe and fair junior sporting environments.

Play by the Rules

The Queensland Government supports the 'Play by the Rules' initiative, including the Play by the Rules website, which provides valuable information, resources and online learning about discrimination, harassment and child protection for the sport and recreation industry.

Australian Sports Commission (ASC)

The ASC has a range of resources, research and frequently asked questions available to assist clubs in addressing ethical issues in sport.

The Anti-Discrimination Commission Queensland

The Anti-Discrimination Commission Queensland provides training and resources to promote the understanding and acceptance of anti-discrimination law in Queensland.

The Commission for Children and Young People and Child Guardian

The Commission for Children and Young People and Child Guardian provides resources to assist organisations with developing and implementing appropriate child and youth risk management strategies as a means to provide a solid foundation for the creation and maintenance of a safe service environment for children and young people.

Australian Drug Foundation - the Good Sports program

The Good Sports program helps sporting clubs to manage alcohol responsibly and reduce alcohol related problems such as binge and underage drinking.

AFL Kids First program

The AFL Kids First program is designed for AFL clubs to guide parents so that both they and their children obtain the maximum benefit and enjoyment from their participation in junior programs and matches.

Food for Sport

Food for Sport: A guide to healthy food and drink supply in sporting clubs is a resource for clubs to incorporate healthy eating into their canteens.

Last updated
13 May 2014