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CAAWS – In this Issue
- Harassment in Sport blog series – Looking Ahead (Part 3)
- Coaching Girls blog series by Carla Robbins
- Actively Engaging Women and Girls: Addressing the Psycho-Social Factors
- Featured CAAWS video
- International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT)
- Upcoming Events
- Congratulations to…
1. Harassment in Sport blog series – Looking Ahead (Part 3)
CAAWS teamed up with the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport, the Coaching Association of Canada and Sport Law & Strategy Group to bring sport leaders a blog series exploring the topic of harassment and bullying. It is the hope of these organizations that with this blog series, we can help stimulate conversations about what we want more of and create the space for the implementation of practical solutions that can have a significant impact on the cultural health of sport organizations.
The four part blog series will be published each month, as follows:
Part 1 – Harassment and Bullying – read Blog One: Looking Back
Part 2 – Learning from Best Practices: read Blog Two: Current State
Part 3 – Our Accountability: Blog Three: Looking Ahead
Part 4 – Your say: coming soon!
2. Coaching Girls blog series by Carla Robbins
Read the blog series by Carla Robbins regarding her findings and observations on coaching girls. The three-part series covers social connection in sport, how important role models are, and the role communication plays in a coach/athlete relationship.
Coaching Girls Part 1 – Understanding Female Athletes
Coaching Girls Part 2 – Role Models and Self-Talk
Coaching Girls Part 3 – Communication and Key Take-Aways
3. Actively Engaging Women and Girls: Addressing the Psycho-Social Factors
This resource was designed to increase opportunities for women and girls as both participants and leaders in the Canadian sport and physical activity system. It is a valuable resource for everyone involved in sport and physical activity, and it will support and guide those working with women and girls, so they engage in, and maintain healthy and active lifestyles.
4. Featured CAAWS video
The CAAWS video series features experts addressing persisting barriers, key issues, and successful strategies to actively engage women and girls.
This month we recommend Louise Humbert’s on Actively Engaging Women and Girls
5. International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT)
The International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT) falls on May 17th, 2016. Created in 2004, IDAHOT’s purpose was to draw the attention of policymakers, opinion leaders, social movements, the public and the media to the violence and discrimination experienced by LGBTI people internationally.
To learn more about this important day and what it stands for, visit the IDAHOT website.
6. Upcoming Events
April 30, 2016 – Leadership Workshop: Effective Communication & Conflict Management (Halifax, NS)
May 1, 2016 – Deadline to register for Egale Action Summer Camp for girls
May 3, 2016 – Leadership Workshop: Effective Communication (Toronto, ON)
May 6, 2016 – Leadership Workshop: Effective Networking (Saskatoon, SK)
May 17, 2016 – International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia
For more information on CAAWS’ upcoming events visit our calendar.
7. Congratulations to…
- Stacey Allaster on her new position as CEO with USA Tennis
- Chantal Petitclerc on being named as a new senator by the Liberal government
- Lisa Tomaidis on her CIS Championship with the University of Saskatchewan
- CAAWS One To Watch Kia Nurse, on her NCAA Championship win with UConn
- Claudine Labelle, founder of FitSpirit, on winning the IOC Trophy for Sport and Innovation
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