Sport has the power to unite and inspire us. It brings out the best in us as individuals, and as a community. For girls, women and gender-diverse people, sport can be transformative, but only when they have equitable opportunities to engage in quality, safe sport.
As much as we love sport, the uncomfortable reality is that the current system is flawed.
In partnership with Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities, we’re excited to share the 2022 Rally Report with you. This research was developed through an intersectional gender lens. We wanted to know how girls and women are experiencing sport today based on what matters to them–so we asked. The Rally Report details how 4,500 Canadian girls and women, and over 350 women sport leaders, experience sport in 2022
The message couldn’t be clearer: our current sport system is failing to provide girls and women with access to safe, quality sport as participants and as leaders.
We encourage and appreciate you using and sharing this data to help build better, safer sport for girls and women. Please be sure to reference The Rally Report 2022, Canadian Women & Sport anytime you use this information.
How to Use this Report
This research is meant to be shared and used to effect change.
Engage with the Rally Report by downloading our discussion guide. Depending on the role (or roles) you play in sport, there are a series of reflection and discussion questions below to guide you in understanding how you can help create better and safer sport for girls.
Help us create that shared understanding by distributing the report with your network.
Access the Rally Report 2022
Please fill out the form below to download the Rally Report, Discussion guide and social media toolkit here.