Presentation on theme: "Canadian Sport Policy Renewal April 2011. 2 2 CSP Renewal Process To ensure orderly transition from the current Canadian Sport Policy to its successor."— Presentation transcript:
2 2 CSP Renewal Process To ensure orderly transition from the current Canadian Sport Policy to its successor post-2012 Review Stage - 2010 CSP evaluation (report in Spring 2010) Focused consultations in each government jurisdiction Renewal workshop (October 2010) Renewal Stage - 2011 Consultations in each jurisdiction (April – June 2011) National gathering (November 2011) Policy validation (January 2012) Presentation to Ministers of Sport (April 2012)
3 3 CSP Renewal Process Review Stage 2010 - Conclusions 1.CSP has made significant contributions to sport in Canada and it should be renewed. Renewed policy should build on the existing framework and address its design and implementation weaknesses Renewed policy should continue to address a broad interpretation of sport 2.Renewed policy should have a stronger narrative to drive the relevance/ implementation at the community level. 3.All four goals (Participation, Excellence, Capacity, Interaction) should be maintained but possibly re-defined and/or re-arranged.
4 4 CSP Renewal Process Review Stage 2010 – Conclusions (continued) 4.Participation should be better defined, and Capacity and Interaction should be more rigorously developed and supported. 5.Role of community-building through sport as a potential goal requires more discussion. 6.Broad and extensive consultations should be conducted as the basis for developing a new policy.
5 5 CSP Renewal Process Renewal Stage 2010 Key principles in carrying out next stage of consultations and design of new policy 1.Need for stronger linkages with stakeholders at the community level 2.Benefit of incorporating fundamental long-term participant/athlete development concepts into new policy 3.Desire for a broad, expansive and inspirational vision for the sport policy that includes the positive contribution of sport to a wide variety of societal issues 4.Benefit of a narrative or story-line for the policy, emanating from the vision statement so the policy has broader resonance.
6 6 CSP Renewal Process Renewal Stage 2010 Key Principles (continued) 5.Design of the new policy to serve as a roadmap and provide direction (in a non-coercive manner) for governments and the sport community, from community to national level, but allows stakeholders to contribute in their own way. 6.Need for a mechanism to enable NGOs and other sectors to formally endorse or affiliate with the new policy and contribute to some or all of its objectives. 7.Need for a performance management strategy to ensure that the policy is developed according to leading-edge practices, and so that progress can be measured, monitored and managed throughout its lifespan.
7 7 CSP Renewal Process Consultations April – June 2011 Objectives Obtain information from Canadians in general as well as targeted populations on issues related to content of the new policy Continue the process of engaging the sport community in the development of the new policy Engage targeted non-sport sectors in the development of the new policy Ensure that the input and feedback from the consultations is collected and considered in the development of the new policy
8 8 CSP Renewal Process Consultations April – June 2011 Targeted populations Canadians (by polling TBC) National-, provincial/territorial-, and community-levels sport stakeholders Targeted under-represented populations Federal, provincial/territorial, and municipal governments Related sectors, primary status: Recreation, Health, Education, and Youth Academic and research communities Official language minority communities
9 CSP Renewal Process Consultations April – June 2011 In-person consultations led by governments in their respective jurisdictions E-survey available on SIRC/CSP Renewal website Consultations and e-survey based on set of 15 questions (plus sub-questions) identified to inform the writing of the new policy
10 CSP Renewal Process Next Steps National gathering to review draft policy - November 2011 Policy validation – final consultation with sport communities – January 2012 Presentation to Ministers of Sport for endorsement – April 2012