The SA Women in Sport Taskforce is creating an environment that values, recognises, includes and promotes the contribution of women at all levels and in all aspects of sport.
Our aims are:
We are inviting everyone who supports the vision and aims of the SA Women in Sport Taskforce to make a commitment to champion equitable access in sport.
We are also inviting people to share stories about recognising, including and/or promoting the contribution of women at all levels and in all aspects of sport.
Girls Can! Women Can! Sport Summit held at Adelaide Oval on 1 May 2017.
The Girls Can! Women Can! Sport Summit brought together progressive, innovative and solution-focussed thinkers on women’s sport to agree the way forward to ensure every girl and every woman can equally and actively participate in any aspect of her chosen sport at any level she chooses.
The Women in Sport Taskforce Action Plan is regularly updated and can be accessed here:
Katrine Hildyard Chair, Assistant Minister to the Premier, Member for Reynell
Paul Cenko Partner Audit and Assurance, KPMG
Kylie Taylor General Manager, Office for Recreation and Sport
Ali Clarke (891 ABC Adelaide)
Professor Murray Drummond SHAPE Research Centre
Fiona Mort Director, Office for Women
Jess Trengove Athlete
Clare Harris Chief Executive Officer, Surf Life Saving SA
Jake Parkinson Chief Executive Officer, SANFL
Michael Carter Chief Executive Officer FFSA
Marg Ralston AM
DR Nikki Vincent, Commissioner for Equal Opportunity
The 40:40:20 policy initiative is a strategy to address inequities in leadership. The strategy focuses on supporting the gender balance of state sporting organisation boards to become 40% women, 40% men and the remaining 20% discretionary. Read more about the initiative here:
A guide to reducing unconscious bias in the workplace. Beyond First Impressions aims to help organisations recognise and understand their biases. It provides tools to ensure that systems and processes are free from bias, in turn supporting organisations to ensure greater gender equality within their workplace. http://www.eoc.sa.gov.au/eo-business/chiefs-gender-equity/beyond-first-impressions-reducing-unconscious-bias-workplace
This section will be updated regularly to show the number and profile of South Australians who support the vision and aims of the SA Women in Sport Taskforce and have made a commitment to champion equitable access in sport.
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