Tools for an inclusive sports sector with the collectives LGTBI +

The CSD and the council COLEF provides a series of tips to facilitate the inclusion of these collectives

Sports entities, its professional and technical staff, as well as the teachers of physical education, must guarantee the fundamental right of access to physical education, sports and physical activity without discrimination, also people LGTBI +. The CSD and the council COLEF provides a series of tips to facilitate the inclusion of these collectives and, moreover, bring science to become aware of the problems surrounding people whose sexual orientation or gender identity does not correspond with heterosexual and regulations cisgénero.

Every human being is the fundamental right of access to physical education, sports and physical activity without discrimination, including discrimination based on sex or sexual orientationas indicated in the Unesco. This means that all those involved in the sector, we also have a responsibility to remove any type of barrier into practice of the collectives físico-deportiva LGTBI +.

Currently, there are continued sports experiences within a framework of discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex and others whose sexual orientation or gender identity does not correspond with heterosexual and regulations cisgénero. One of the consequences of this is neglect and lack of motivation towards the practice físico-deportiva.

Moreover, the deporte-espectáculo, as social reference, has not yet managed to get rid of the scourge of LGTBIfobia, despite discrimination based on sexual orientation is defined as a violation inLaw 19/2007, dated 11 July, against violence, racism, xenophobia and intolerance in sport.Bill of sportmoving in this direction also recognizing discrimination and violence by reason of identity or gender expression.

Therefore, the Higher Council of sports (CSD) and the General Council of physical education and sports (COLEF Council) published a series oftipsfor sporting organisations, professional, technical and physical education teachers, with the goal of making a more inclusive sport for the collectives LGTBI +. Also this action puts in value “ what said science to become aware ”, especially on educació física escolar and on the challenge for the inclusion of transgender persons in sport institutionalized of competition.

In this pride, whose motto is ‘2020, Women LTB: Brotherhood and feminism’, we must emphasize that sport has no gender. It is time to leave behind the gender stereotypes and roles associated with the practice físico-deportiva, because there remains a significant gap (Directory of 2020 Sports Statistics) that also affects women lesbians, bisexuals and transsexuals.

TIPS FOR SPORTING BODIES

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TIPS FOR PROFESSIONALS AND TÉCNICOS/AS

Tip 2

OTHER ADDITIONAL TIPS FOR TEACHERS IN EDUCACIÓN FÍSICA

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