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Sports for Social Impact seeks to explore and educate on the power that sport has to create a positive impact on society. Specifically looking at sport policy and how we can use programs and policies for maximum impact. The hope is that these conversations and ideas will help achieve the maximum benefit of sport in our society. Check back monthly for new episodes.​


You can find Sports for Social Impact on the following platforms: Apple PodcastSpotify, Amazon Music, Breaker, CastboxPocket CastsRadio Public, and more!

The Sports for Social Impact podcast was nominated for two podcast awards

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Season 4

S.4.E.1. First Steps in Sustainability (with Damian Foxall, Sustainability Program Manager for 11th Hour Racing Team)
S.4.E.2. Sports for Nature (with Jana Janotova, IUCN)
S.4.E.3. Empowering People with Disabilities through Sport (with AbleSail Network Chair Paul Tingley)
S.4.E.4. Creating Active Spaces through Agriculture Projects (with Highfield Regenerative Farm)
S.4.E.5. Urban Work Summit - Youthful Cities
S.4.E.6. Sport and Youth Development (with Youth Tennis San Diego CEO Ryan Redondo)
S.4.E.7. Funding Development Work Through Sport (with Red Knot Racing)
S.4.E.8. Sport Diplomacy (with ENGSO Youth)
S.4.E.9. Sport and Fair Trade (with Anton Klischewski)
S.4.E.10. Investments in Sport and Recreation in Canada's 2024 Budget (with Canadian Parks and Recreation Association)
S.4.E.11. Impact Marathon (with Nick Kershaw)
S.4.E.12. Corporate Social Responsibility (with Vancouver White Caps FC)
S.4.E.13. Canadian Sport Film Festival (with Alicia Tyson)
S.4.E.14. Being Subtly Political (with WomenWin)
S.4.E.15. Building Peaceful and Thriving Communities Through Sport (with PeacePlayers International)
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