Club Respect is a 4 week program currently in the fourth year of pilot stage in the NRL Vic competition.
NIRODAH staff assist NRL Vic clubs to work proactively to develop a culture of respect and non violence.
Club Respect is an education program tailored to the specific needs of each club, helping them to create positive culture through strong club governance, role modelling and leadership.
NIRODAH and the Victorian Women's Trust were successful in gaining a grant to develop Club Respect into a State wide program for all sporting clubs to access in Victoria.
At the end of the 2017 season, we have 3 accredited 'Club Respect' teams; Eastern Raptors, Mernda Dragons and Frankston Raiders with the Pakenham Eels set to come on board for the 2018. The Vic NRL "Spirit of League" award was taken out back to back by the Eastern Raptors with the Mernda Dragons claiming the title for the first time in 2017!
We aim to launch Club Respect online in 2018.
For a full summary of the program, download the brochure below.