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How to increase women's participation in sport?

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By the age of 15, half as many girls as boys are participating in recommended levels of physical activity. Girls are continuing to grow up thinking that sport is not for them, therefore it is crucial that we challenge the wide social barriers that prevent girls from playing and working in sport. Women in Sport are a UK charity dedicated to transforming sport for the benefit of every women.

‘This Girl Can’ has had a real impact on breaking stereotypical barriers and perceived fear of judgement in women’s sport, however how do we keep this a lasting message and turn them into lifelong active behaviours? 

If you want to help shape the future of women’s participation, don’t miss the below event:

‘Understanding Women's Lives: Using insight to increase women's participation in sport’

Date: Wednesday, 24 June 2015 from 16:30 to 18:30 (BST) 
Venue: University Campus Suffolk, Rope Walk, IP41LZ, Ipswich


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