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Guy Bradbury

Canada

Guy Bradbury is a sport official advocate. He is a retired International Volleyball Referee, member of the FIVB Rules of the Game and Refereeing Commission, President of the NORCECA Volleyball Confederation Refereeing Commission, and President of a boutique company The OCP Group, based in Canada and developer of The Rules R. A platform to enhance the experience of all sport participants. His areas of research has including a study of referee education requirements, a coaches' view of referee service levels, community referee development strategy, and gender equity within the Canadian volleyball referee family.

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Sessions

  • Social Change
    Social Change
    The Thriving Female Referee
    Participate in an interactive workshop that unpacks findings from a research project.

    Investigate ways to support the transition from player to referee and the tools required to encourage high achievement and equal opportunities. This workshop is aimed at improving female Volleyball referee development and recruitment.

    Session Title: Building an infrastructure: Enabling women and girl referees to thrive

    Hybrid session
    4:30pm - 5:15pm
    Social Change

    Investigate ways to support the transition from player to referee and the tools required to encourage high achievement and equal opportunities. This workshop is aimed at improving female Volleyball referee development and recruitment.

    Session Title: Building an infrastructure: Enabling women and girl referees to thrive

    Format: Workshop
    Lenses:
    • Human Rights
    visibility & voice

    Investigate ways to support the transition from player to referee and the tools required to encourage high achievement and equal opportunities. This workshop is aimed at improving female Volleyball referee development and recruitment.

    Session Title: Building an infrastructure: Enabling women and girl referees to thrive

    Format: Workshop
    Lenses:
    • Human Rights

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