Individuals from across the sports and gender equality sector came to the Museum of London for Women in Sport’s Empower conference last month. Here are some of the highlights.
Girls from across the UK gathered in London at a ceremony hosted by Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson
Women in Sport in partnership with the Fatherhood Institute, Fulham Football club and the EFL Trust is celebrating after being awarded £118,301 of National Lottery funding from Sport England to help low income families in London get active with their children over the next year.
New research from leading charity, Women in Sport, highlights the continued lack of visibility of women’s sports coverage across five European countries.
ŠKODA UK has pledged its support to the Empower Conference 2018, with the Telegraph confirmed as a partner for the event.
Read our Q&A with Dr Juliet McGrattan, the Women’s Health Lead, Master Coach and UK Director for 261 Fearless, a global non-profit network working to empower women through social, non-competitive running. You can see Juliet speak at our Empower Conference on 18 October.
Following the release of Women in Sport’s latest research, Puberty & Sport: An Invisible Stage, we asked sports scientist Georgie Bruinvels to shed some light on the science of menstruation, puberty and physical activity, and why it is important for those who work with girls during the pubescent years to support them to be active […]
Project 51 Young Influencer Sophie shares her experience of watching golf at the European Championships.
Multi award-winning broadcaster and author Gemma Cairney, has been confirmed as the chair of the Empower Conference 2018, taking place on the 18th of October at the Museum of London. Gemma Cairney says: “The energy of women and sport combined is always contagiously empowering! I’m proud as punch to be part of this special event […]
Beverley Cook, the Curator of Social & Working History at the Museum of London, speaks to Women in Sport about the Suffragettes movement and its relevance today.