The Summit will feature keynotes speakers, individual presentations, panel sessions, and interactive breaks. The streams to consider when submitting a presentation include:
- Moving Inclusion: Share actions and examples of how systems are moving from the exclusive system to a universal one where everyone can play and everyone is included.
- Moving Reconciliation: Share the promising practices that are moving reconciliation from the 94 Calls to Action led by Indigenous peoples to create change in communities through to National Sport Organizations.
- Moving Governance: Through regulation and enforcement we can influence the sustainable organizations that impact and improve the quality of sport and physical literacy experiences. Governance structure and policy can move us to action.
- Moving Measurement: Proper evaluation and data collection is vital for measuring what matters. With quality data and analysis, sectors can transform the ways they operate and demonstrate implementation and impact.
- Moving Programs: Spark discussions amongst leaders and experts who are taking action and learning lessons for developing and delivering quality sport and physical activity programs. These programs range from Active Start to Train to Win and onto Active for Life.
- Moving People: Share how organizations are building human capital and supporting the development of coaches, officials, instructors, teachers, parents, caregivers, or partners. This stream looks to inspire action in those who are motivated to foster transformation.
To submit an abstract, click here. Abstracts will be accepted until July 10. Early bird registration for the Sport for Life Canadian Summit will open September 12.