Sally Hancock, the Chair of Trustees at Women in Sport, has announced her intention to step down from the role at the end of her four-year term in November 2017.
Girls Active won the most inspiring national initiative at the #BeAGameChanger Awards at the Troxy in London last night.
We are pleased to announce that Professor Simon Chadwick has been appointed as a trustee to the board of Women in Sport.
An innovative new pilot project that aims to encourage greater participation and increase opportunities for women and girls to get involved in grassroots sport is being rolled out across Northern Ireland thanks to funding from the Department for Communities.
Women in Sport is saddened to hear of the death of Baroness Heyhoe Flint OBE.
Women in Sport supports the call for change to the governance structures and practices of the Football Association (the FA).
Women in Sport response to the latest results of Sport England’s Active People Survey 2016. Results reveal the number of women doing sport and physical activity has reached a record high.
Women in Sport announces the appointment of four new trustees, welcoming Elie Barnes, Jane Martinson, Sue Wicks and Susan Young to the board of Women in Sport.
Women in Sport welcomes 30% gender diversity requirement of new mandatory Sport Governance code – but stresses the need for urgent action to achieve it.
At Women in Sport, we’re pleased that the board at British Cycling has today upheld Jess Varnish’s complaints about sexist comments made against her by former technical director Shane Sutton, but we remain far from satisfied that this was an isolated incident.