Sporting organizations in New Zealand have been asked what they are doing to prevent sexual violence, but experts say it’s about the wider sporting community taking responsibility
Fair Play, hosted by Zoe George, is a co-production of Radio New Zealand and WiSP Sports
Podcast length: 39′ 44″
This month Zoe George talks to experts on how to prevent sexual violence through and in sport. Professor Sarah Leberman addresses the socio-cultural context in sport, New Zealand Rugby’s Eleanor Butterworth explains what the organization is doing across all levels of the sport, Member of parliament and former Black Fern Louisa Wall discusses legislation and co-host and sexual violence prevention advocate Judy O’Brien gives tips on consent. Also on the show New Zealand’s premier sporting awards, The Halbergs, an update on para-climber Rachel Maia (née Carter), and of course it’s not Fair Play without an update on the toilets at the Basin Reserve.
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