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.
AKQA sponsors Women in Sport’s Empower conference
Project 51 Young Influencer Caitlin shares her experience of watching the athletics at the London Stadium.
The Women’s Hockey World Cup has put women at the forefront of a major sports event in the UK.
Anoushé Husain, a competitive para-climber and Empower Conference panellist, has, by her own admission, experienced a lot of difficulties in her life. She was born missing part of her arm, is a cancer survivor and still lives with many other health conditions including Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, a condition that leads to joints dislocating at will. As […]
Society is riddled with stereotypes so it’s hardly surprising that stereotypes, like gender roles, are also rooted within sport. Typically, men are viewed as the athletic and physically dominant sex with “strength” being viewed as a masculine trait.
GoGirl celebrates our everyday heroes that inspire us to get active every day.
Involving men and women in the shared goal of gender equality is key to our Beyond 30% campaign. So we jumped at the chance to chat to Daniele Fiandaca, co-founder of the Token Man initiative.
To celebrate our Beyond 30% campaign on diversity in sports leadership, we asked leading women in national sports organisations to share their reflections on working in the sports industry today.
Drag racing is a type of motor sport when custom modified cars compete, usually two at a time to cross the finish line over a ¼ mile straight course, from a standing start.