Today's Pride in Sport Non Binary Inclusion Panel had a number of links shared in the broadcast and chat alike. These cover research, policy, statements and guidelines made by various research teams and sporting organisations around Australia and the world. Check out the links below to understand more about the issues non-binary and gender diverse people face on today, International Non-Binary Peoples Day.

Game to Play? Exploring the Experiences and Attitudes Towards Sport, Exercise and Physical Activity Amongst Same Sex Attracted and Gender Diverse Young People | Western Sydney University ResearchDirect
The Statistics At a Glance: The Mental Health of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex People in Australia
Medical Information to Support the Decisions of TUECs - Transgender Athletes
Medical Information to Support the Decisions of TUE (Therapeutic Use Exemptions) Committees - also called TUE Physician Guidelines - on Transgender Athletes. All TUE Physician Guidelines are reviewed annually by the WADA TUE EG Committee to ensure that they remain consistent with best medical practi…
Exclusive: Read IOC’s new trans policy
The International Olympic Committee has received a new recommendation for guidelines it is expected to fully adopt, opening the door for more trans athletes to compete internationally.
Guideline: Trans and gender diverse inclusion in sport > Complying with the Equal Opportunity Act 2010
These guidelines will help sporting clubs and organisations tackle and prevent discrimination of trans and gender diverse people and create an inclusive sporting environment for everyone.
Women’s Flat Track Derby Association Statement About Gender » WFTDA Roller Derby Resources
The Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) is committed to inclusive and anti-discrimination practices in relation to all transgender women, intersex women, and gender expansive participants, and aims to ensure that all skaters’, volunteers’, and employees’ rights are respected and protected. …
Trans and Gender Diverse Inclusion
Giving everyone the opportunity to participate in sport, regardless of their sex or gender identity.
Vicsport’s aim is to get as many people as possible in Victoria engaged in sport and physical activity including promoting participation among underrepresented groups such as the LGBTIQ+ community.
Reflecting on the 2020 Vic State Lead Titles — ClimbingQTs
Reflecting on the 2020 Vic State Lead Title with Anna Deng
Policy templates | Sports Integrity Australia