CSRR provided an independent perspective for viewing the horizon and beyond in order to identify issues that will:
• Impact sport and recreation decision making
• Benefit from sport and recreation association
CSRR undertook research that informs decision making aimed at enhancing quality of life and community well being through participation in sport and active recreation.
CSRR operated by drawing together multi-discipline teams to undertake research that informs decision makers.
The teams generally comprised academics who contribute specific knowledge and research strengths and on-the-ground experts from industry and government.
The multi-discipline approach ensured fresh thinking to reflect how sport and recreation are woven into the fabric of Australian culture.
Why this approach?
Because sport and active recreation is an integral component of the lifestyle, health and wellbeing of all Australians and as such should be informed and included in all aspects of planning and decision making.