Considering the personal challenges of refugees

 

1. Introduction and self-assessment

There are two main aims to this chapter. Firstly, to provide an introduction on how to make your organisation more accessible and, second, to provide you with a tool to evaluate where you stand now and to make positive change in the future. You will gain knowledge about what an accessible sports organisation looks like and receive practical guidance on how to make your organisation more accessible.

To better understand what will be discussed in this section, consider the following questions:

  • Who comes into contact with your club/organisation?
  • What do the relationships between those active in your club/setting look like?
  • What links are there between those who are active?
  • Who has a natural place in your club and your team/group? Who belongs there?
  • Are there any people within your club who are especially privileged?
  • How is the power distributed in your club?
  • Is there anything which might make people feel excluded or limit their involvement? If so, what does that say about your organisation?There are two main aims to this chapter. Firstly, to provide an introduction on how to make your organisation more accessible and, second, to provide you with a tool to evaluate where you stand now and to make positive change in the future. You will gain knowledge about what an accessible sports organisation looks like and receive practical guidance on how to make your organisation more accessible.

To better understand what will be discussed in this section, consider the following questions:

  • Who comes into contact with your club/organisation?
  • What do the relationships between those active in your club/setting look like?
  • What links are there between those who are active?
  • Who has a natural place in your club and your team/group? Who belongs there?
  • Are there any people within your club who are especially privileged?
  • How is the power distributed in your club?
  • Is there anything which might make people feel excluded or limit their involvement? If so, what does that say about your organisation?

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