Inclusion and Access
Research from the Benefits Hub
- Sport is Community
2015 | Canada
- Urban Aboriginal youth and adults in Edmonton consider sport as one of the five defining factors of their community.
- Culture is no longer simply a mirror that reflects who we are, but also a tool that can help us achieve the goals of a community.
- Well Into Older Age - Age & Opportunity and the Evidence
2010 | Ireland
- Promoting increased physical activity among older people leads to physical and psychological health benefits, and this can lead to substantial savings in health and long-term care costs.
Visit our entire collection of research on the social benefits of engaging in leisure and active Living
Resources from the National Recreation Database
- The Inclusion Club Videos
The Inclusion Club | 2016
These videos provide education and training on disability sport, adapted physical activity, physical recreation and activity for people with disability.
Promoting Safe Communities and Social Inclusion through Recreation and Parks
Royal Canadian Mounted Police | 2011
Looks at how recreation and parks builds community and helps at risk youth. Looks at gangs and prevention strategies and at how costs associated with crime and health care can be reduced.
Inclusion Legislation and Adapting Recreation Services for the Future
Halifax Regional Municipality | 2014
Using what has been learned from provinces that already have legislation, the discussion is on how provincial legislation may impact Recreation Service Delivery and how to start preparing for changes.