Female Sports Forum Conference inspires cultural change in Northern Ireland
Female Sports Forum Conference inspires cultural change in Northern Ireland The Ultimate Goal: Embedding Cultural Change Conference. Over 140... Read More
We re-affirm the need to carry out appropriate research to determine the female participation rates in sports and physical activities and the barriers preventing women from making the active choice to participate. We also commit to learning from research and evaluation by reviewing and acting on recommendations and research findings by being ready to act.
Our consultation events reinforced the importance of prioritising these 4 key areas and the need to develop an action plan with a research, policy and practice focus to support an increase in female participation. By supporting the creation of new, relevant and innovative ways of packaging and promoting opportunities for being more active – we will make participating in sport and physical activity a more relevant and appealing offer for women and girls.
Katie Taylor secured a superb ninth-round stoppage victory over Rose Volante to add the WBO lightweight belt to her WBA and IBF titles https://www.skysports.com/boxing/news/12183/11666895/katie-taylo...
It’s been an extremely busy but productive week for the forum! We finished the week off meeting Erin McConnell who is a triathlete for Triathlon Ireland #happyfriday #activefitsporty #northernirelan...
The Female Sports Forum in partnership with O’Neills Sports ‘Active Female Competition’ which highlights the contribution of women and girls... Read More
We are delighted to announce that we will be running our fourth conference on Tuesday 12th March 2019 at Stormont... Read More