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Dangerous Junctions Summit Dangerous Junctions Summit

London Sport
Created 4 days ago
This report from the London Cycling Campaign explores the g #DangerousJunctions campaign, which was created as a result of the fatal collision with Dr Marta Krawiec at Holborn in 2021. The purpose of the campaign is to highlight and tackle individual dangerous junctions as well as to tackle systemic road danger issues at far too many junctions in London and the ongoing slow pace of action around them. In March 2022, LCC convened a high...This report from the London Cycling Campaign explores the g #DangerousJunctions campaign, which was created as a result of the fatal collision with Dr Marta Krawiec at Holborn in 2021. The purpose of the campaign is to h...

Disrupting knife crime through sportDisrupting knife crime through sport

London Sport
Created 4 days ago
This report by Dr Holly Collison-Randall from Loughborough University London covers her research exploring knife crime in the UK. Collinson-Randall designed a two-phase research programme targeting selected sports programmes in the UK. The research had four overall aims: explore the nature of sports programmes focused on tackling knife crime; evaluate the effectiveness of the programmes; share best practices to help develop such program...This report by Dr Holly Collison-Randall from Loughborough University London covers her research exploring knife crime in the UK. Collinson-Randall designed a two-phase research programme targeting selected sports progra...

Active Lives Adult Survey November 2020-21 ReportActive Lives Adult Survey November 2020-21 Report

London Sport
Created 4 days ago
This report presents data from the Active Lives Adult Survey for the period mid-November 2020 to mid-November 2021. Data is presented for adults aged 16+ in England. This report contains a full year of coronavirus (Covid-19) restrictions, including comparisons to both the first easing of restrictions in summer 2020 and to pre-pandemic. The coronavirus pandemic saw a range of restrictions put in place that decreased physical activity le...This report presents data from the Active Lives Adult Survey for the period mid-November 2020 to mid-November 2021. Data is presented for adults aged 16+ in England. This report contains a full year of coronavirus (Covid...

Physical activity & long term health conditions resource packsPhysical activity & long term health conditions resource packs

London Sport
Created a month ago
This pack from the Richmond Group of Charities covers four ways you can make a difference and help people with long term health conditions be more active. These include prioritising inclusive physical activity, increasing engagement and knowledge, enhancing inclusivity of messages and improving accessibility. The Richmond Group of Charities is a coalition of health and care charities working in partnership with Mind, MS Society, Parkins...This pack from the Richmond Group of Charities covers four ways you can make a difference and help people with long term health conditions be more active. These include prioritising inclusive physical activity, increasin...

Easier To Be ActiveEasier To Be Active

London Sport
Created a month ago
This executive summary from the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine - Sheffield sought to understand physical activity pathways for people with long-term health conditions more deeply, and then co-produce guidance with them that will improve physical activity opportunities and experiences. There were 3 key phases to their research, with 350 participants engaging in an online conversation as part of phase 1 on topic such as w...This executive summary from the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine - Sheffield sought to understand physical activity pathways for people with long-term health conditions more deeply, and then co-produce gui...

Inspiring Women To Be Active During Midlife And Menopause Inspiring Women To Be Active During Midlife And Menopause

London Sport
Created 2 months ago
This report by Women in Sport explores the reasons why women in midlife are less physically active and makes a series of recommendations to try and change this moving forward. The findings of the report show that a third of women aged 41 to 60 are not meeting the Chief Medical Officer’s guidelines of 150 minutes per week of exercise and a fifth are not achieving even 30 minutes per week. Furthermore, those in lower socioeconomic groups ...This report by Women in Sport explores the reasons why women in midlife are less physically active and makes a series of recommendations to try and change this moving forward. The findings of the report show that a third...

Reframing Sport For Teenage Girls: Tackling teenage disengagementReframing Sport For Teenage Girls: Tackling teenage disengagement

London Sport
Created 2 months ago
This report by Women In Sport explores the barriers that teenage girls face that prevent them from being more physically active. Their key findings show that teenage girls are far more disengaged from sport than their male counterparts. This is due to a wide range of factors such as lower levels of self-belief, capability and body image concerns. The findings also show that even those girls who are engaging in sports may need additional...This report by Women In Sport explores the barriers that teenage girls face that prevent them from being more physically active. Their key findings show that teenage girls are far more disengaged from sport than their ma...

COVID-19: Impacts and future challenges for the sport industryCOVID-19: Impacts and future challenges for the sport industry

London Sport
Created 2 months ago
This report by Loughborough University London explores Covid-19’s impact on sports and what this means for the future of the sports industry. The wider impact of Covid-19 on sports such as the effect on event management and community sport is discussed in this report. Alongside this, the report covers the economic impact of Covid-19 on sports including financial losses for major sports clubs and challenges faced by major sporting events...This report by Loughborough University London explores Covid-19’s impact on sports and what this means for the future of the sports industry. The wider impact of Covid-19 on sports such as the effect on event management ...

Taking Part With Disabled People- Non- Disabled People's PerceptionsTaking Part With Disabled People- Non- Disabled People's Perceptions

London Sport
Created 3 months ago
This report by Activity Alliance explores non-disabled people’s experiences and perceptions of taking part in sport and active recreation with their disabled peers. It focuses on the concept of inclusive activity, in which disabled and non-disabled people take part together. Using an online survey utilising ‘implicit association testing’, Activity Alliance sought to understand underlying, deep rooted perceptions. The results of the surv...This report by Activity Alliance explores non-disabled people’s experiences and perceptions of taking part in sport and active recreation with their disabled peers. It focuses on the concept of inclusive activity, in whi...

Evaluation of the Movement for All ProgrammeEvaluation of the Movement for All Programme

London Sport
Created 3 months ago
This report by the Richmond Group of Charities provides an executive summary of Movement for All, which was a project aimed at helping people to become more active in a way that suits them and improve awareness of the benefits of and barriers to physical activity. The summary shares their key learnings, such as how to shift attitudes and behaviours towards a more active lifestyle amongst people with long-term conditions. In addition to ...This report by the Richmond Group of Charities provides an executive summary of Movement for All, which was a project aimed at helping people to become more active in a way that suits them and improve awareness of the be...