Griffith University are looking for up to 7 girls/young women/non-binary people with disability who are interested in sharing their experiences and gaining experience and skills in communication, advocacy, and leadership through the project over several years.
The project, titled ‘Outsiders in Sport: Co-creating an inclusive mega-sport event legacy’, aims to explore the ways girls, women and non-binary people from different backgrounds can help shape the legacy outcomes of the upcoming 2032 Games (and hopefully also inform future event planning as well!). This project funded by Griffith University is using the term ‘outsiders’ to address everyone who are interested in engaging in sport beyond and outside of those who have historically been at the centre of sports.
To learn more or express your interest please email Dr Adele Pavlidis at email@example.com
Your donation will go towards providing financial assistance and support to enable children with a disability to participate in sporting activities. Every dollar goes direct to the grant recipients to help with the cost of their sport, including modified equipment, carer costs, transport and fees.