Junior Aikido Gi - 8oz Zen Cotton - by NineCircles

Junior Aikido Gi - 8oz Zen Cotton - by NineCircles


Purpose built Aikido Gi, specially designed with the needs of Aikido practice in mind.  All Aikido Gi include drawstring trousers and a proportionately sized white belt.

Features include:

Short Sleeves – ¾ length sleeves allow access for wrist grabs.

Minimised Reinforcement – Single seams underneath the arms and down the side of the Gi, increase comfort and flexibility whilst reducing weak points.

Shrink To Fit – 3-5% shrinkage is taken account of in the initial cut and our sizing chart.

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Equity and Diversity

What is Equity and Diversity

The British Aikido Board has collated and compiled this data from information that is already in the public domain. Whilst the information provided on this web page has been provided in good faith it should not be deemed as formal advice or recommendation of any kind. The British Aikido Board does not guarantee the accuracy or validity of the information contained herein and accepts no responsibility for any direct or indirect or other consequential losses incurred as a result of the use or reliance of any information. Equal opportunities – is about the law and how it is applied in addressing barriers which individuals might face in accessing training, employment and access to services. The law only intervenes when it is clear that legislation is the only way to deal with discriminatory acts. Equal opportunity therefore, is about ensuring training, employment practices and access to services are fair and free from discrimination and harassment. Currently legislation encompasses gender, race, disability, religion and faith, age and sexual orientation Equality – is the state of being equal – treating individuals equally, which does not necessarily mean treating them the same. In some cases the need for equality may require unequal effort to ensure the principle of equality is achieved. Sports equity - is about fairness in sporting activities, equality of access, recognising inequalities and taking steps to address them. It is about changing the culture and structure of sporting activities to ensure that it becomes equally accessible to everyone in society (Sport England 2000). Diversity - Recognising, valuing and respecting the diversity of each individual. Diversity encompasses visible and non visible individual differences. They may include, but not limited to differences protected by anti discrimination legislation Positive action – Is allowed under legislation to redress imbalances between under represented groups of employees. It allows employers to provide targeted training to under represented groups. And to encourage applications from groups that are under represented in particular areas of work. Equity and Diversity and Aikido– Is vital to the growth of the art. Being responsive the needs and requirements of all students will make clubs and associations alike more flexible and accessible.