The South West Women in Sport Leadership program will provide leadership training to 25 women who are currently involved in sporting clubs, local government or the broader sport sector.
Our resources are designed to help you roll out your own Change Our Game initiatives at your club, school and workplace.
Women continue to be under-represented in visible leadership roles throughout the sport and recreation sector. This leadership space is designed to showcase various initiatives, programs, resources and provide support to help bridge this gap.
Explore the search and filter function below to find information about gender equality strategies, successful and innovative programs driving inclusion in Victoria or simply gain inspiration from some of our role models leading the way in the sector.
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Imagine Victoria in 10 years’ time as the best place in the world for girls to play sport. What does it look like?
A total of 23 community sport and recreation organisations across the state are set to benefit from the second round of ...
In 2012, the United Nations declared October 11 as International Day of the Girl. A global day of recognition, to celebr...
Over 150 members of the broader Victorian sport and active recreation sector enjoyed the Change Our Game Networking Lunc...
A further 29 women from across the state are set for exciting new pathways to senior sports roles thanks to the second r...
Seagulls ready to fly: Williamstown Football Club adds a new chapter with women’s team.
The market is changing and the way we market our products has to be just as relevant to males as females.
Little Athletics Victoria CEO outlined his organisations intentions of meeting the mandatory incoming board Quotas by Ju...
The absence of women at public professional forums is a problem. Because speakers are usually male, audiences are given ...
How a strong community of female ice hockey players are skating ahead in the sport they love.
This new initiative, supported through the Victorian Government's Change Our Game Workforce Development program, is desi...
In December 2015, the Victorian Government released a report from an independent Inquiry that shed light on gender inequ...
This publication delves into the participation of Australian women and girls in sport and physical activity.
The Active Women and Girls’ Strategy seeks to create equitable opportunities for female participation in sport.
The Guidelines provide information and advice on how to deliver more gender equitable environments.
How innovative ideas and challenging the status quo is helping introduce golf to women and girls in regional Victoria.
Outlining how to ensure power, resources and decision-making are shared equally between men and women.
A pledge by our Change Our Game Champions to stand together against discrimination and vilification.
Peggy O’Neal and Dr Bridie O'Donnell reflect on the inaugural year of the Office for Women in Sport and Recreation.
This Girl Can – Vic is here to celebrate and support Victorian women embracing physical activity.
Vicsport have designed this document to help organisations with the transition to mandatory board quotas.
The mandatory 40% women on boards quota is coming into effect on 1 July 2019. We are here to help.
Hear from four of our inaugural Change Our Game Scholarship recipients.
This publication provides advice on developing physical activity programs for women.
This resource highlights 5 essential action areas for sporting clubs to consider when preventing violence against women.
Safe and Strong - Victoria’s Gender Equality Strategy sets out a framework for enduring and sustained action.
Outlines obligations under the Equal Opportunity Act regarding discrimination against trans and gender diverse people.
Peggy was chair for the advisory panel for the Inquiry into Women and Girls in Sport and Active Recreation.
With over 25 years' research and practical experience in sport, Clare has been changing the game in a number of ways.
The Brighton Declaration on Women and Sport sets forth 10 principles for gender equality in sport.
Women and girls' participation in pool is a specific passion for Andrea Bird, Project Officer Pool Victoria.