Karate Canada Karate Canada



November 19, 2020

To help identify areas of strength and opportunities for growth, Karate Canada will be going through a Gender Equity Audit led by Canadian Women & Sport (CWS) and made possible through the generous support of the government of Canada.

The Audit will include an educational portion, an assessment and the creation of an action plan so that Karate Canada can make evidence-based decisions and create measurable change in areas such as governance and leadership, recruitment, programming and culture.

The Gender Equity Working Group will be responsible for helping CWS gather information and achieve a better understanding of KC’s current policies, processes and practices toward the preparation of a comprehensive report to be used to develop an action plan including best practice recommendations for long-term improvement.

KC is looking for two to three people from diverse backgrounds to join the current three members of the working group. Individuals of any gender are welcome to apply as well as candidates from under-represented groups including, but not limited to, visible minorities, Indigenous people and members of the LGBTQI2S community.

For more information on this volunteer position, please review the following description: Gender Equity Working Group Member (Volunteer). The deadline to apply is December 3rd.