Netball for All

Welsh Netball is committed to promoting equality and inclusivity for everybody involved with the game in Wales.

Here you can find information relating to equality, mental health and inclusivity. 

 

 

Welsh Netball is committed to protecting and promoting equality across netball in Wales and within its own business.

More information on Welsh Netball’s equality policy can be found here.

Mental wellbeing is a broad term, and it can be hard to define when it is having a negative impact upon the quality of your life. Therefore, you may well find it a difficult and daunting experience to accept when you need to seek treatment for a mental health disorder.

As a National Governing Body, Welsh Netball views the wellbeing of all affiliated netball players seriously. We have provided links below to assist you should you like to seek professional help and support for any Mental Health problems you may be experiencing.

Useful links and resources:

https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/guides-to-support-and-services/

www.mind.org.uk

www.youngminds.org.uk

http://www.gofal.org.uk/

http://www.timetochangewales.org.uk

http://www.hafal.org/

Welsh Netball is also a signatory to the Mental Health in Sport Charter. You can find out more about the charter here. You can all see a full list of signatories here.

Welsh Netball is currently working towards obtaining Disability Sport Wales’ inSport ribbon. The InSport standards demonstrate a commitment to deliver sports provision inclusively of disabled people. 

 The ribbon demonstrates that an organisation is monitoring for equal opportunities, that it has appropriate welfare and equality policies and that it is inclusive and equitable in its communications. It also requires a statement of inclusion which should articulate the organisation’s commitment to inclusivity.

More information on the InSport standards can be found here. 

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