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What is Safe Sport?
Safe Sport is an environment where individuals can have a healthy, supportive, and respectful sport experience, free from all forms of harassment and abuse.
What will you find on this page?
Developed in partnership with Sport Law, this page is a comprehensive set of tools, templates, and resources designed to elevate good governance. It also delivers on our promise to build on our collective vision of a more inclusive and welcoming sport community.
The first step toward creating a safer sport environment is equipping all sport communities with the knowledge of acceptable and unacceptable behaviour in sport. When we can recognize, we can react.
True Sport, Anti-Racism in Sport, Commit to Kids, and the Rainbow Resource Centre offer workshops and resources around setting the standard for a positive sport experience, including and welcoming marginalized communities, and steps you can take to support those experiencing maltreatment.
Sport organizations have a responsibility and obligation to protect the safety and physical and mental well-being of every individual involved in its community. Sport organizations need to take any situation involving misconduct or maltreatment very seriously.
The Rule of Two is just one pillar of the Responsible Coaching Movement but is a simple way to ensure all interactions are open, observable, and justifiable. Check with your sport organization as to how the Rule of Two is enforced and see this infographic for more information.See Infographic
In Manitoba, it is everyone’s legal obligation to report suspected child abuse. If, in your honest judgment, you believe that a child may not be safe, you are legally required to report it.
Please note the difference between reporting maltreatment and reporting a dispute.
Sport Law has been providing strategic, legal, and leadership services to sport organizations at the community, provincial/territorial, and national level since 1992. Now, in partnership with Sport Manitoba, they are creating a more holistic path forward to ensure a safe, welcoming, and positive sport experience for all participants.
On behalf of its Board of Directors and Selection Committee, the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame is pleased to introduce the Class of 2023. This year’s class encompasses six sports, including three individual athletes, two builders, and one team. “It is an honour to recognize these athletes and builders, not only for their achievements in…READ FULL ARTICLE