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In a newly-launched manifesto, physical activity sector stakeholders are calling for the next UK government to promote active environments, cut red tape and elevate the ... More
Next year's active-net conference will explore the benefits of having an inclusive and diverse workforce. The two-day conference will feature a panel session and a ... More
The government’s Code for Sports Governance, which recommends at least a 30 per cent gender split on sports boards, has not gone far enough with ... More
Gold medal winning Paralympian Kadeena Cox and Sir Mo Farah were awarded the top gongs at the British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards (BEDSA) 2017. Cox ... More
Several black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) youths will become responsible for their peers’ physical activity offer as part of an initiative to foster a ... More
Sport England has earmarked a “six-figure investment” fund to address the shocking dearth of ethnic minority board members and executives in the sports industry. The ... More
Equality body Sporting Equals will host its third Leaderboard conference next week, where it will unveil a resource to help national governing bodies (NGB) diversify ... More
The government’s new guidelines for governance may prove to be challenging for a number of NGBs, although, predictable, many appear to be making the right ... More
Equality campaign body Sporting Equals has launched a new insight series with the hope of making sport more inclusive for people from ethnic backgrounds. Working ... More
Sports governing bodies have been encouraged to engage with “ethnic media outlets” in order to appeal to potential black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) board ... More
Sir Craig Reedie – the president of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) – will give a keynote speech at this year’s International Sports Convention (ISC) ... More
Pro-diversity body Sporting Equals is lining up a follow-up event to its 2014 Leaderboard session where it was revealed that only 3 per cent of ... More
Sol Campbell, the former Arsenal and England player, has put himself forward to mobilise football governing bodies to diversify with more black, Asian and ethnic ... More
A consortium headed up by the English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) has bagged a £4.5m (US$6.4m, €5.9m) grant to get people active across 18 ... More
The “customer-centric approach” emphasised in the government’s wide-ranging sports strategy will make physical activity more appealing to people from ethnic minority backgrounds, according to Arun ... More
Sport England has given a boost to grassroots sport with £12m being awarded to specialist organisations which help to get people more active. The funding ... More
A number of athletes and sports industry professionals are among the people to have been recognised for their work in the latest New Year's Honours ... More
At the invitation of the Emir of Qatar, Sporting Equals CEO, Arun Kang, and Ambassador and England & Great Britain Hockey International, Darren Cheesman, will ... More
Sport England is to invest £1m in Sporting Equals, an initiative aiming to help get more people from black and minority ethnic (BME) communities involved ... More
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has appointed Jeff Levick, Martyn Dobson, Paul Millman and Mahesh Patel as voluntary chairmen for the newly created ... More
A new initiative has been launched in a bid to encourage members of black and minority ethnic (BME) and faith communities to sign up to ... More
Sporting Equals has launched a new campaign focusing on race, culture and religion across sport and physical activity to mark its 10-year anniversary. The aim ... More
UK Sport has announced that British Swimming and the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) are the first sports governing bodies to achieve the Equality Standard for ... More
“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names cannot harm me!” But – we call each other names, from the playground onwards, mostly in ... More
In its continuing drive to get women, people with disabilities and ethnic minorities to exercise regularly, Sport England has started a review of its No ... More
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