Advocacy and Fair Play

Respect in Sport

Respect in Sport empowers people to recognize and prevent abuse, bullying and harassment in sport through interactive, online certification. Respect in Sport offers two online certification programs: an Activity Leader/Coach Program, and a Parent Program.

Right to Play

Right to Play is committed to every child’s right to play, globally. Its programs focus on measurably impacting the three most critical areas of social development: the quality of children’s education, children’s ability to stay healthy and their potential to help build peaceful communities.

Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES)

Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) serves as a strong voice in the dialogue regarding ethics in Canadian sport. The CCES strives to address, through its strategic framework, several ethical sport issues in Canada, such as: doping, violence, poor parental behaviour, and weak community sport governance. Its ultimate vision is for sport in Canada […]

Sport Matters

Sport Matters Group (SMG) is a voluntary group of leaders who have come together to talk about the important contribution that sport makes to society and to collaborate in advancing sport and public policy. SMG is a place where leaders connect with one another, where we address cross-cutting issues together, and where we innovate in […]

True Sport

True Sport is a social movement powered by people who believe that sport can transform lives and communities—if we do it right. True Sport members across Canada are committed to community sport that’s healthy, fair, inclusive, and fun. True Sport members stand together against cheating, bullying, aggressive parental behaviour, and win-at-all-costs thinking.

Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women (CAAWS)

Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women (CAAWS) provides leadership and education, and builds capacity to foster equitable support, diverse opportunities and positive experiences for girls and women in sport and physical activity.