The Confederation of Australian Motor Sport
1. CAMS to better understand the values and principles of the National Sport Inclusion Alliance
2. CAMS strategic plan to reflect inclusion of all individuals
3. CAMS to increase knowledge and understanding of inclusion in sport
4. CAMS to promote and increase diversity amongst its membership
5. CAMS to adapt or renew its policies to reflect support of inclusion and diversity in motor sport
1. In partnership with NSIA and NSIA members advocate for increased investment in inclusion activity.
2. Develop a communication strategy that includes the use of imagery and case studies on websites and social media to promote inclusive best practice in Gymnastics to our membership and broader community.
3. Continue to investigate the synergies between gymnastics and the British Rebound Therapy program for future implementation as a national coaching workshop.
Download the Gymnastics Australia commitment to inclusion document here.
1. Policy & Opportunity – Create and adopt a National Inclusion Policy for badminton supported by all affiliated Associations Australia wide.
2. Choice – Provide participants the opportunity to choose their unique preference in how to participate in the sport of badminton.
3. Access – Improve access for people of all abilities to participate and enjoy the game of badminton at all levels, including playing, coaching and officiating.
4. Partnerships – With a primary focus on early intervention, work with multiple organisations including BWF, ASC, disability organisations, and the NSIA to establish meaningful partnerships in order to provide pathways into the sport of badminton.
5. Communication – Develop a communication strategy which is relevant and engaging to our target audience in order to promote our sport
1. Increased participation (more players).
(a) Through Tennis in schools/National schools partnership program.
(b) More program opportunities.
(c) Coach education.
2. Partnering with clubs and external organisations to deliver activations (more engagement from the community).
(a) Club and community awareness (inclusive environment).
3. Increase opportunity for identified talent (more champions).
(a) Increased competitive opportunities (National and International).
(b) Project talent.
(c) Integration in to national academies for all areas of inclusion.
1. Investigate the possibility of running a multi disability event.
2. Produce inclusive information and resources to educate golf clubs/facilities.
3. Increase communication to wider industry about inclusion.
4. Ensure inclusive practices are incorporated in to all national participation programs.
1) Imbed priorities for inclusion in strategic plan and operational plans where appropriate.
2) Establish the national Inclusive Swimming Framework (ISF) and self-assessment tool in Partnership with Play by the Rules.
3) Develop resources and case studies to promote inclusive best practice in swimming.
4) In partnership with NSIA and NSIA members advocate for increased investment in inclusion activity.
1) Develop and adopt a National Inclusion Policy supported by all stakeholders.
2) Develop and implement a National Inclusion Framework, Strategy and Action Plan.
3) Determine the current level of accessibility and inclusiveness of the sport.
4) Improve access for people of all abilities to participate and enjoy the game.
5) Increase opportunities for people of all ages, cultures, genders and abilities to participate.
Table Tennis Australia
1) Access and opportunities:
- Complete an access audit of all affiliated clubs and associations Australia wide.
- Identify clubs and/or clusters of clubs who have both good and poor access opportunities for inclusion and increase their capacity and capability.
2) Choice: Improve opportunities for people with disabilities to take on leadership roles within clubs. EG. coaching, officiating,
3) Partnerships: With a primary focus on early intervention, work with multiple organisations including AASC, disability organisations, APC and NSIA to establish meaningful partnerships in order to provide pathways into the sport and targeted clubs.
4) Communication: Develop a communication strategy which is relevant and engaging to our target audience in order to promote our sport.
Tenpin Bowling Australia
- Access: To provide welcoming and inclusive environments at all registered bowling centres in Australia. This access includes physical accessibility and the access to information through trained staff members.
- Communication: Openly recognise the achievements and contributions that PWD make to the sport of tenpin bowling through the website, newsletters and awards. This recognition will be promoted and recognised by the entire tenpin bowling community.
- Partnerships: Develop new strategic partnerships with key industry and internal community sports organisations and individuals. These new partnerships and existing partnerships will be monitored using a Partnership Analysis Tool (PAT). All partnerships will work to a memorandum of understanding, taking a collaborative approach with shared outcomes.
- Choice: Provide participants the opportunity to choose their preference in how to participate in the sport. Participation can include a generic mainstream leagues and competitions, specific leagues and competitions for people with a disability or development programs such as Bowling 101.
- Policy: Ensure all policies that are implemented are inclusive and take into consideration the impact of the policy on PWD. Specific policies that encourage equitable involvement and opportunity to participate into the sport of tenpin bowling will be developed. Current policies and procedures will undergo an audit process to ensure equity across all members.
- Strengthen partnerships with MOU partners.
- Educate administration (national, state and local) on benefits of inclusion – board and staff training.
- Identify Champions across the sport to promote the inclusion message.
- Profile inclusive partners at 2015 Australian Open.
- Develop resources to promote the inclusion message.