JudoScotland Equality Policy

JudoScotland has a duty to provide services fairly and without discrimination.

We are fully committed to the principles of equality in opportunity and will devote appropriate resources to the achievement of this aim. JudoScotland is responsible for ensuring that no participant, volunteer, job applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of age, sex, gender identity, disability, parental status, marital or civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity, religion, race, ethnic origin, socio-economic status or sexual orientation; and that they can be assured of an environment in which their rights, dignity and individual worth are respected and in particular, that they are able to enjoy their sport without the threat of intimidation, victimisation, harassment or abuse.
If you have any questions or queries relating to our commitment to equality you can contact the JudoScotland equality working group at info@judoscotland.com.

You can read our equality policy in full below.

Equality Policy


JudoScotland values the hard work of our member clubs without whom we wouldn’t be able to develop Judo in Scotland.


We want to make judo accessible to whoever wants to take part, as a JudoScotland member you will have access to a variety of benefits.


Coaches are at the front line of judo and are an integral part of clubs. We provide continuous professional development for coaches already on the pathway.

"If there is effort, there is always accomplishment."

Jigoro Kano