Hybrid event at University of Alberta
Hosted by the Just Movements CreateSpace
January 11, 2023 9:30 am to 11am.
Optional hang out and chat “open house” until Noon.
This event will be a low-structure conversation between four people who have been thinking and wondering a lot about safe sport. All four have big questions and concerns about Canada's current "safe Sport" approach. The event will start with a 5-10 minute context of the problem of unsafe sport and Canada's approach to it. We will then engage in a conversation about each of our major questions, wonderings and concerns about "safe sport as it is currently being approached.
A bit about the 4 wonderers:
Stephanie Dixon (she/her ; U of Toronto; in person) is researching the experiences of those who have lodged complaints within safe sport frameworks; William Bridel (he/him; U of Calgary; virtual) has done significant research and policy work around 2SLGBTQ+-related harms and (in)equity in sport; Nathan Fawaz (they/them; U of Alberta; virtual) is researching how to create transformational-justice approaches to pedagogy that might address inequity and systemic harms within the Sport, Physical Activity, Recreation and Kinesiology fields; Danielle Peers (they/them; U of Alberta; in person) is deeply interested in abolitionist critiques of policing and punishing our way to safety in sport and beyond.
To attend through Zoom:
Meeting ID: 978 5964 7055
To attend in person: This hybrid event will be held in the Just Movemnts CreateSpace Hall 2-131 University of Alberta
As this is a space committed to disability justice approaches that love and protect disabled lives, To attend in person, you must:
1. not have any respiratory illness symptoms, AND
2. must wear a well-fitted mask /or have a negative rapid covid test taken that day.
For details on the space, including wayfinding and accessibility see http://www.just-movements.com/
If there are additional measures we can take to make his event more accessible to you, please contact peers (at) ualberta (dot) ca ASAP.