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Final conclusions

As your lead educators we will again provide audio feedback at the end of the week once we have read your final reflections and final questions.

Educator’s Feedback

Listen to Dr Alana Thomson’s feedback for week 2 and the whole course.

You can also download the transcript from the ‘Downloads’ section below.

Your final task

Just as we hope those who participated in the GAPS Programme will return home and share their new-found knowledge and skills with their community, so too do we hope you will be able to use what you’ve learnt on this course to share with your friends, family and community and perhaps even contribute to diversity and inclusion in your local sports programmes, so that sport and its benefits can be enjoyed by all.

Interested in following Friana and Dephnny’s journey?

If you’re keen to keep up to date with the performances of Friana and Dephnny at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, then we encourage you to follow the Griffith Sports College and Vanuatu Paralympic Committee on Facebook, via @griffithsportscollege and @vanuatuparalympic.

Farewell

We thank you for participating in the course and hope you now have a better understanding of what it means for athletes to win through diversity and inclusion at major sports events.

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Major Sport Events: Winning Through Diversity and Inclusion

Griffith University

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