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Dunedin City Council – Kaunihera-a-rohe o Otepoti

Barrier Free NZ - Provides accessibility advice and information to achieve universal access for all people in the built environment

Commercial providers - Fitness centres, indoor sports facilities, crossfit providers, dance studios, yoga studios

Community providers - Organisations or groups that may lead, provide, facilitate recreation and sport activities in the community e.g. Age Concern, youth groups, church groups, marae-based groups, hip hop groups, kapa haka groups

DPA - Disabled Persons Assembly Disability persons’ organisations , for example, Otago Blind Network, Deaf Aotearoa, Otago Mental Health Support Trust, People First, DPA

DVML - Dunedin Venues Management Limited – council-controlled organisation operating e.g. Forsyth Barr Stadium

Enterprise Dunedin - DCC group responsible for the economic development and marketing of the city

Facility managers - Managers of DCC facilities or facility managers working for trusts and institutions, for example at Edgar Centre, tertiary institutes

Funders - for example, Otago Community Trust, New Zealand Community Trust, the Lion Foundation, Southern Trust, Skeggs Foundation

Health agencies - for example, District Health Board – Public Health South, primary health organisations such as Well South, Ministry of Health, Health Promotion Agency, Heart Foundation

GDA - Getting Dunedin Active programme

Halberg Disability Sport Foundation -  Halberg Disability Sport Foundation supports physically disabled people by enabling them to participate in sport and recreation

HPSNZ - High Performance Sport New Zealand

MOE - Ministry of Education

NSO - National sports organisation such as Netball NZ

NZRA - New Zealand Recreation Association

NZTA - New Zealand Transport Agency – Crown entity that works to provide an efficient, effective and safe land transport system

Older adults - 65 years plus

OTMC - Otago Tramping and Mountaineering Club was formed in 1923 and organise regular meetings and tramping trips for all ages and abilities in the lower South Island of New Zealand.

ORC - Otago Regional Council – local authority that promotes the sustainable development of Otago's resources

OSSSA - Otago Secondary Schools Sports Association

OAS - Otago Academy of Sport – provides athlete and coach services via, for example, the Sport NZ Pathway to Podium programme and Academy Talent Accelerator Programmes, e.g. Academy Otago

Recreation and sport sector - Any agency, business or organisation that enables, supports, funds or delivers sport and recreation for sport and recreation outcomes or as a vehicle for other outcomes,  such as health, education and community development

RSO - Regional sports organisation, e.g. Otago Hockey Association, Otago Cricket Association, Swimming Otago

Sport franchises - A professional sports team that is a member of a sport league, for example Highlanders

Youth - 13–25 year olds

Schools - Engagement through schools principals and boards of trustees, geographic clusters of principals

Sport Otago - Regional sports trust

Volunteering Otago - Community organisation that connects community organisations with volunteers and provides training and support

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