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Resources

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You'll find resources created or collated by LGB&T Sport Cymru which outline best practice for the provision of LGB&T-friendly sport.



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All NGBs, Local Authorities and Clubs who become members of LGB&T Sport Cymru have made a commitment to follow the outlines in this Charter.
This resource supports the Guidance for NGBs on Transsexual People and Competitive Sport September 2013. It has been developed by the home country Sports Council Equality Group (SCEG) to assist those involved in administering sport to identify and take the necessary action to remove barriers to transsexual people playing competitive sport.
FA Wales' official policy concerning the participation of transgender and transsexual people in domestic football in Wales and competitions managed by the Football Association of Wales.
This guidance and supporting resources for national governing bodies of sport have been developed by the home country Sports Council Equality Group (SCEG) to assist those involved in administering sport to identify what steps they can take to provide an inclusive environment that is supporting of and welcoming to transsexual people.
This research provides a glimpse into how lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people living in Wales experience and view sport.
This document provides a summary of the consultation responses Welsh Government received when consulting on producing an action plan for improving equality for transgender people in Wales. Information has been gathered by chapter and key themes emerging from the responses have been identified. This document also summarises the key areas discussed during the Focus Group events.
This research provides a glimpse into how lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people living in Wales experience and view sport.
This Guidance provides some pointers form National Governing Bodies and other sport providers on how to make their sport more accessible to young LGBT people. It has been written following consultation with young LGBT people who access the services of LGBT Youth North West.
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