Guide to Diversity

The following content areas provide information on and in the engagement of diverse communities.

GUIDE TO DIVERSITY

Girls and Women

Cricket for Girls and Women is the fastest growing area of Australian Cricket.

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Multicultural

In response to Australia’s rapidly changing society, cricket must engage with new and emerging communities to ensure it remains Australia’s favourite sport. Greater inclusion of multicultural communities will attract more talent into the game, increase volunteering and audience participation and will help build a socially cohesive society.

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

Cricket Australia acknowledges that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities are diverse and dynamic and that each community has different customs, protocols, languages and interrelationships. In seeking to increase engagement, Cricket Australia seeks to offer the sport in line with community needs and preferences.

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Disability

Cricket Australia is committed to enabling access to sport for all Australians regardless of ability.

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Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex (LGBTI)

It is important to note that people are not only defined by categories such as these but are complex individuals with multiple layers of identity. We are all influenced by many other factors including our family, school and religious upbringing as well as our personalities, philosophies and occupations. Whoever we are interacting with, we need to see each other as unique individuals with diverse backgrounds.

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