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Sport for Development

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Is your organisation delivering a programme or activities where sport is being used to achieve personal and societal development goals? 

Is your organisation’s aim to improve behaviour, or raise people’s aspirations and belief that they can achieve their goals?

 Are you aiming to increase participation in sport of, for instance, among girls and women, ethnic minorities, young people not in education, employment or training, benefit recipients, homeless people, people in deprived areas or young offenders? 

Then here is your chance to make your voice heard by getting involved with Ecorys UK online consultation which will help to inform Sport England strategy development.

Ecorys UK, an independent research organisation, and the Sport Industry Research Centre at Sheffield Hallam University have been commissioned by Sport England to gain an understanding of the "Sport for Development” sector in England and map the organisational landscape. In particular, the projects want to find out, what organisations are involved in delivery, capacity building and funding, what challenges these organisations face and what mechanisms and tools they have in place to measure and evaluate their activities.

To participate and make your voice heard, please click here.
The consultation is open until 30th March 2015.

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