How to be an inclusive club checklist
Is your sport and recreation club inclusive?
Are you proud of the way your club gives everyone a fair go – males and females, people of different ages, different backgrounds, different levels of ability?
Inclusive means welcoming everyone, regardless of age, gender, race and ability.
An inclusive club ensures that all members have an equal opportunity to take part in sport and recreation.
An inclusive club doesn’t just wait for this to happen – it takes steps to make it happen!
There are lots of things you can do to make your club more welcoming and inclusive.
Many of these ideas take little time and effort - you may simply need to educate your members about expectations of what it means to be an inclusive club.
Use this checklist to see how inclusive your club is. Once you know where the gaps are, you can begin to make changes.
- Annual General Meeting Agenda
- Club operations plan
- Club President job description
- Club Team Manager job description
- Clubs strategic plan
- Developing an alcohol policy
- Fundraising ideas
- Fundraising presentation
- General meeting agenda
- Healthy club checklist
- Healthy club policy sample
- Marketing and Promotions Officer job description
- Meeting minutes
- Member protection guidelines for small clubs and associations
- Member protection policy for medium–large clubs
- Organisation risk audit
- Prohibited persons declaration
- Reference check form
- Risk management action plan
- Sample alcohol policy
- Sample constitution and rules
- Sample media release
- Sample grievance procedure
- Sample marketing plan
- Sample Sportsafe policy
- Secretary job description
- Sportsafe case study
- Sportsafe checklist
- State Team Manager job description
- Strategic planning guide
- Treasurer job description
- Volunteer application form
- Volunteers (Protection from Liability) Act 2002
- Volunteer Coordinator job description