Canada Soccer announces new Anti-Racism Literacy and Action Workshop

New Workshop: ‘Sport is not an equal playing field: An introduction to Anti-Racism Literacy and Action’

In collaboration with the Anti-Racism in Sport Campaign, Canada Soccer will be presenting the ‘Sport is not an equal playing field: An introduction to Anti-Racism Literacy and Action’ workshop on Thursday 29 February.

This virtual interactive session is designed for all sports stakeholders and will be limited to 50 participants.

Workshop participants will gain knowledge in the following areas:

  • An introductory understanding of anti-racism literacy
  • The current state of racism and sport in Canada
  • Skills and tools on how to be an anti-racist in sport

Workshop Information:

  • February 29, 2024
  • 12:00-15:00 ET
  • Delivered via Zoom

Attendees must be active employees or volunteers with a Canada Soccer member association, member association district or local soccer organization within Canada. Board members and organization operation/technical soccer leaders are encouraged to participate in the workshop. ​


Canada Soccer invites all eligible individuals to complete the registration form before Wednesday 21 February.

The 50 approved registered individuals will be contacted on Friday 23 February and be provided with login details for the virtual workshop.

Register for the workshop by filling out this form – Sport is not an equal playing field: An introduction to Anti-Racism Literacy and Action

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