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What inclusion means to the DXTL team
We believe that everyone who takes part in any organisation wether you are a participant, manager, spectator or an a organiser must be treated fairly wether you have a disability, from a ethnic background, or LGBT.
Everyone should have the necessary resources to enable them to achieve their goals irrespective of their difference they may have.
There are 2 main legislation which helps to protect the interests of the public which are Equity act (2010) and the disability discrimination act (2005). We at DXTL feel it is paramount to ensure that we have a inclusive environment and provide all members opportunities to fulfil their potential.
-The Team -
Inclusion Liaison Officer
I've been involved sport for over 20yrs as a referee/coach. My role in the campaign is inclusion liaison officer and also Co presenter on DXTL TV screened on YouTube plus the grassroots Podcast show.
I have established an experienced team with Matt, and Sophie, who have a variety of expertise within the sport would like to the inclusion to the highest level, and I look forward to working closely with them.
Volunteer inclusion/Event officer
I support Everton for my sins COYB. I have had experience in providing sport tournaments/ activities at grassroots level at Greenbank Sports Academy/ Challenge Disability Sports Club for numerous years and having disability myself.
I look forward to providing opportunities for clubs/organisations to take part in our Don’t X The Line campaigns in the future and delivering inclusivity structure within the organisation in my role as volunteer inclusion/event officer.
Club Inclusion Officer
Paul asked me if I would like to be part of DXTL. I got involved with sport at eight years old. I have been involved in Disability Sport for 13 years.
I also play football for Special Olympics Southport and Formby. I look forward to being club inclusion officer and being part of DXTL.
- DXTL Volunteers Needed -
There are many different job roles for volunteers that make up Don’t X The Line. We are enthusiastic grassroots team who are looking for individuals to come on board to develop our projects.
We have opportunities in various roles such as:
- Event volunteer
- Social media
Don’t worry if you have never done this kind of thing before we are friendly group and welcome people with different personalities and expertise.
You will work in a real life working environment and gain skills and confidence that will develop you as a person!
-Inclusion News -
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