Allison Forsyth on Hockey Night in Canada
Ron MacLean is joined by Katie Strang, Sheldon Kennedy and Allison Forsyth to discuss Kyle Beach showing bravery by speaking out, where the conversation must go from here and much more.
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What to know About Safe Reporting and Keeping Sport Safe with Olympian Allison Forsyth
In this week’s edition of Where Parents Talk with Lianne Castelino on 105.9 The Region, two-time Olympian, sexual abuse victim and survivor, whistleblower mother of three, and partner at ITP Sport, Allison Forsyth discusses what parents need to know about safe reporting and keeping sport safe for everyone.
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Allison Forsyth on the Leave Your Mark Podcast
This is such an important episode. Every parent, every coach, every young athlete should hear this episode and understand how easily our children can fall prey to evil. There are so many great youth coaches out there working hard to see our children find joy and growth in play, but there are also some terrible individuals we must all work to eliminate and remove from our sports system. No child should ever live in fear, especially while playing a sport they love. Listen to this episode and please share it with all who may listen. Thank you, Allison!
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'This is Here for You': Olympian Allison Forsyth Reflects on Government Initiatives Aimed at Preventing Abuse in Sport
CBC Sports' Devin Heroux gathers reaction from athletes and coaches in the wake of the Canadian government's announcement today on instituting measures to prevent abuse in sport and offer support to victims.
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OVA Safe Sport - Person In Authority
We believe training and education must be engaging and impactful to have the desired effect. Making videos such as this one our Partner Allison did for Ontario Volleyball Association is one way we do this in addition to webinars and interactive workshops.
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The Atticus Journals - "Safe Sport" with Allison Forsyth
Rich talks with former World Cup ski racer Allison Forsyth about how to coach athletes and hold them accountable without crossing the line into outdated abusive behaviour.
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