List of Figures

Chapter 2

Figure 2.1 Differentiation Between Relationships and Terms Including Bullying, Abuse, and Harassment

Figure 2.2 Characteristics of an Athlete-Centred System

Chapter 4

Figure 4.1 Examples of “Troubling” Sport Organization Governance and Practices

Chapter 5

Figure 5.1 Opportunities to Play for University Men and Women

Figure 5.2 Sport Ecosystem

Figure 5.3 IDEA: Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility

Figure 5.4 Chapter Five Review

Chapter 6

Figure 6.1 Legal Relationships Between SDRCC, Sport Organizations and Participants

Figure 6.2 Pyramidal Structure of Sport Hierarchy

Figure 6.3 Contractual Options for Acquiring Jurisdiction at National Level

Chapter 7

Figure 7.1  Pathway of a Complaint in the Investigative Phase

Figure 7.2 Types of Evidence Matching Exercise

Figure 7.3 Standards of Proof Illustrated

Chapter 8

Figure 8.1 Parties Involved in Dispute Resolution

Figure 8.2 SDRCC Tribunals

Figure 8.3 Hierarchy of Canadian Courts and Tribunals

Figure 8.4 Decision-Making Hierarchy in Sports System

Chapter 9

Figure 9.1 Dispute Scenarios for Post-Investigation Decisions

Figure 9.2 Scope of Review Options

Figure 9.3 Standards of Review and Deference to Original Decision-Makers

Figure 9.4 Burdens of Proof as a Sporting Analogy

Figure 9.5 Standards of Proof Illustrated

Figure 9.6 Ambiguities in Language

Figure 9.7 Principles Relevant to an Arbitrator’s Review of an Original Decision with UCCMS Interpretation

Chapter 10

Figure 10.1 Pathways for Challenging a Sport Maltreatment Arbitration Decision

Figure 10.2 Objectives of Publicly Reporting Sanctions in the Sport Maltreatment Context

Figure 10.3 PIPEDA Information Principles

Figure 10.4 Contractual Relationships in Sport to Enforce Sanctions

Chapter 11

Figure 11.1 True Sport Member Type Infographics  

Chapter 12

Figure 12.1 Disciplines of Gymnastics

Figure 12.2 GymCan Organisational Structure

Figure 12.3 Gymnastics Canada Vision, Mission, Overarching Goals, and Values

Figure 12.4 Sample Skills and Responsibilities of a Safe Sport Portfolio Position

Figure 12.5 GymCan’s Six Key Steps to Developing the 2018 Safe Sport Framework

Figure 12.6 Phases of Safe Sport Policy Revitalization

Chapter 13

Figure 13.1 Relational Risk Management Plan

Chapter 14

Figure 14.1 Coaching Association of Canada Values

Figure 14.2 Sport Coaching Research

Figure 14.3 Pathways to Chartered Professional Coach (ChPC) Designation

Figure 14.4 A Socio-Ecological Model to Inform Safe Sport

Figure 14.5 Individuality and Lived Experiences of Participants

Figure 14.6 CAC’s Responsible Coaching Movement

Figure 14.7 The Rule of Two

Figure 14.8 The CAC Safe Sport Journey 2015-2021

Chapter 15

Figure 15.1 Rules Classification

Figure 15.2 Safe Sport Environment

Chapter 16

Figure 16.1 Why Female Basketball Referees Leave the Game

Chapter 17

Figure 17.1 Reasons for not Reporting

Figure 17.2 Steps to Realize the UCCMS


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