Inclusive Sport: The role of inclusion allies in sport and physical activity

Wednesday, November 23, 2022

Sports has the power to bring people together as well as bring out our best, but we know that unfair treatment including homophobia, transphobia, sexism and racism remain a significant problem in sport and physical activity. 


The only way we will successfully address long held beliefs, systemic barriers and the impact of discrimination and harassment is through the commitment and action of everyone.  The concept of allyship is about everyone playing their part in identifying, speaking up and taking action to address inequalities, from the more overt examples through to the more subtle. 

What will you learn

  • How we all have a part to play in progressing the inclusion agenda 
  • The role allyship can play in addressing inequalities in sport and physical activity 
  • The behaviours and attributes of an inclusion ally 
  • The kinds of actions that an ally can take 
  • Real examples of allyship within the sector and the impact this is making 

Who is this for?

  • Anyone with an interest in learning more allyship in the sport sector
  • Sport sector I&D professionals
  • Sport sector leaders

Book Your Place

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  • Inclusive Employers Members can join online or dial in to all webinars, accessing up to five places per member, per webinar, for free – please ensure you are logged in to your Inclusive Employers account to see the free ticket option. 
  • Non-members can book onto these webinars for £49 + VAT per place, per webinar. Members can purchase extra places, on top of the five free already allocated, at a discounted price of £39 + VAT.
  • Alternatively, members and non-members can also buy an in-house package for up to 300 people per webinar, to be run whenever you like. Email to enquire.
  • Please note: we do not supply recordings or slides for our webinars to members or non-members unless there are extenuating circumstances.
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