In the Loop – CAAWS eNetwork February
End Abuse and Harassment in Sport
We call on all sport and physical activity organizations to commit now to take proactive action that will prevent harassment and abuse in all its forms.
To demonstrate our commitment to active prevention, CAAWS signed the Responsible Coaching Movement pledge and encourages all organizations to do the same.
Read a case study on this initiative.
We asked a handful of female leaders with a role at the Olympics to share their personal experiences and provide their perspectives. Find these video interviews on Twitter @CAAWS and learn interesting facts on the history of females at the Games! #CAAWSTalk #InspireGirls
Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
Presenter: Dr. Catherine Sabiston (Canada Research Chair in Physical Activity and Mental Health, University of Toronto)
When: Tuesday, February 27th, 2018
Where: Canad Inns Destination Centre Polo Park, Winnipeg, MB
Time: 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Cost: $10.00 – includes dinner
This workshop will be delivered in partnership with Recreation Connections Manitoba, Sport Manitoba, Manitoba Status of Women, Coaching Manitoba, Recreation and Regional Services, and Winnipeg Regional Health Authority.
Join us in Vancouver on March 8th!
This event will provide an exciting opportunity to network with colleagues, hear from experts in the field for a panel discussion on developing and recruiting females, and take part in a workshop on effective mentoring relationships.
Where: Hycroft Manor (1489 McRae Avenue, Vancouver, B.C.)
Time: 1:00 PM – 4:30 PM
All are welcome!
Nancy Lee for her sucessful efforts to shift women’s Olympic events into the spotlight of prime time coverage in Pyeongchang. Learn more!
CAAWS is active from coast to coast including provincial events in Manitoba, B.C., Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia! Get all the details on upcoming events, workshops and webinars today!
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