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Revolutionising sports uniforms for women & girls

In this episode, we speak with Professor Clare Hanlon, who argues that respect is about giving choices and that women and girls must feel confident and comfortable stepping onto the field of play.

Walking in two worlds: First Nations inclusion in sport (Part B)

In this episode, we speak with Jacara Egan about support for First Nations athletes 'walking in two worlds' and the challenge for clubs wanting to create an inclusive environment.

Walking in two worlds: First Nations inclusion in sport (Part A)

In this episode, we speak with Tahlia Taylor-Kickett, a role model and leader for the NT Yapas football team and mentor for elite athletes with the Australian Institute of Sport's Share-A-Yarn initiative.

The scourge of match official abuse

In this episode, we speak with Patrick Skene about the scourge of match official abuse, what sports codes are doing in Australia and the global movements pushing for respect.

Changing club culture: Pemulwuy Shield

In this episode, we speak with Daniel Bourke, who was integral in the formation of the Pemulwuy Shield at the Balmain Tigers Australian Football Club and in Sydney AFL's Indigenous Round.

Combatting online abuse with AI

In this episode, we speak with Matt Von der Muhll about how to tackle the problem of online abuse using the power of Artificial Intelligence.

Wisdom from a sports diversity warrior

When ethnic clubs, or clubs that are very culturally prominent, are used as a destination club for different ethnic communities and they welcome people, I think that’s when they’re at their best.

Time-out! Basketball’s response to bad behaviour

It's more than that, it's deeper than that. We need to actually be addressing it as it's happening. It's just getting people to just recognise that the behaviour is not appropriate and that you wouldn't conduct yourself that way in a bank or in a supermarket.

Respecting and disagreeing

We are arguing morality a lot of the time, and so when that's the case, it becomes really positional and tribal and that can, as we're seeing very quickly, becomes me against you at all costs.

Violence in sports clubs – the shocking research

There's a risk that we can distance ourselves from that and say, "Well, that's not my sport. that wasn't my experience, I'm not an elite athlete". You know, there's a distancing that can happen and the purpose of this study was to really raise awareness on those broader contexts. We didn't want to single out a sport because it's not a one-sport issue.