Sported and Women in Sport have come together to launch a new Sport for Change programme to help girls in the most deprived areas of the UK to fulfil their potential by opening up access to sport. The programme is funded by Comic Relief as part of its ‘Levelling the Field’ initiative.
We take a look at the project which is empowering girls to pursue a career in Football.
Clubworks case study, was undertaken by Women in Sport and London Sport to help clubs engage more women and girls in grassroots sport.
Women in Sport have made an official statement about the RFU's decision regarding their women's XVs contracts.
A quick summary of our Small Changes, Big Difference research in partnership with British Blind Sport.
The winners of the first ever Girls Active Awards are announced
Alisha Bethell, aged 15, from Highfields School in Matlock, Derbyshire; spent a week at the Women in Sport offices for her work experience and shared her experience on our blog.
Workplaces across the UK got involved in Sports Kit Day 2017, with teams wearing their sports kit to work and raising funds to help create more opportunities for women and girls to benefit their lives through sport.
Our Trustee Jayne Haines, took her daughter Jessica, aged 8, to the Netball Super League Final and we asked her to write a short blog about her experience of the day.
Women in Sport's GOGA journey moves into the North West. Innovation Manager Julie Bunnage, shares exciting news about inclusive accessible activities for women in Rochdale.