The Sports Inclusion Program at the Canadian Centre for Gender & Sexual Diversity aims to challenge homophobia and transphobia in athletics – to make sports a more accepting and inclusive pastime for all athletes, regardless of sexual orientation and/or gender identity.
We will work with amateur and recreational sports leagues, gym classes, and school and community groups (etc) all around Ontario to increase awareness and understanding about LGBTQ+ issues in sports. We believe everybody is affected by hetero- and cis-sexism in athletics, not only queer and trans people – so we hope to collaborate with sportspeople and trainers throughout the province to create action plans on how to combat ignorance, reduce bigotry, and improve the atmosphere of inclusiveness and acceptance in athletics.
Towards these goals, we offer workshops for interested and eligible groups (that is, anybody involved in some type of sport, not at the professional or collegiate level). More information on these can be found below. These trainings are completely free of charge (we are fortunately funded by a grant), and we are willing to travel to where you are to facilitate
them, in either English or French. We would like to know where you are located, how many participants will attend the workshop, and which of the two pieces of training you prefer. We are looking forward to your emails and phone calls and are excited to work with you in the future!
Also, please click on the image above to download our Sports Inclusion booklet.
Want to learn more or book a workshop?
Please contact Stephanie at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our Centre at 613-400-1875. Also, visit our workshops and training page to see more of our 2SLGBTQI+ sessions.