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Inclusivity Hub

Welcome to the Inclusivity Hub

The Inclusivity Hub provides a range of resources for organisations and individuals wanting to start or progress on their diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) learning journey.

Our aim is that the Hub enables you to have conversations, grow knowledge, and collaborate so that together we can ensure no one misses out on the benefits of physical activity—regardless of age, gender, disability, cultural or religious background, or sexual orientation.

What is DEI?

It's important that organisations are committed to being inclusive to all members of their community and actively create safe and welcoming environments in which everyone can fully participate and thrive. We all have a responsibility and role to play in ensuring sport and recreation is inclusive, accessible and representative of Aotearoa New Zealand’s communities.

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See more specific information and resources on the following topics:  

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Accessible information and events

Sport NZ collaborated with Aktive and Sport Canterbury and consulted with Access Advisors to create these resources to assist the play, active recreation and sport sector with providing accessible information and events.

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Diversity, equity, and inclusion is a complex space and we are determined to continually evolve the Hub so the content remains up-to-date, relevant and useful. If you would like to submit an addition to the Hub for consideration, please let us know

If you require an accessible version of any content on the site please contact us and we will be happy to assist.

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