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Physical Activity and Sport Participation
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    Supporting me to be active: The role of supporters in influencing disabled people to be active

    London Sport
    This is a two stage research piece that gathers information and opinions from 'supporters', family friends and paid professionals, of disabled people. Through using both qualitative interviews and quantitative online surveys, the influence and importance of the supporter was found to be of great importance. In the research piece, this is broken down into seven sections. The first section discusses the four main factors that affect the l...
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    Regional Participant Profiles: London

    London Sport
    Breakdown of statistics surrounding HoH and deaf participants in sport, including information on demographics, communication preferences, physical activity levels, barrier, motivations and lifestyle. The factsheet identified that in general, participants would rather play in a mainstream environment.
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    HSBC Golf Roots Plus Impact Report

    London Sport
    This document is an impact report on the Golf Foundation's Golf Roots Plus programme for Summer 2015. This report includes case studies of successful projects from across the UK, including a project at the Olympic Park.
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    Taking Part 2014/15 Annual Child Report

    London Sport
    Taking Part is a household survey in England, which examines participation in the cultural and sporting sectors. The Taking Part child questionnaires cover children aged 5-15 years. Data is a at a national level and London specific data is not available. This release is the annual publication of child data and provides detailed analysis of the year from April 2014 to March 2015. Key findings include: - Amongst all children (5-15 year o...
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    2015 Eureka! Overview

    London Sport
    The England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) have identified that the cricket playing market is at best stagnant with player satisfaction declining quicker than ECB is responding.  Over half of cricket participants are identified as Millenials (20-34) who have low attention span, need instant gratification and are time poor. This presentation begins to tackle these obstacles to overcome the decline in participation
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    LGBT Inclusion in Sport

    London Sport
    This handbook examines the reasons for the widespread and continued exclusion of LGBT people from mainstream sport, the nature and mechanisms of prejudice and discrimination towards LGBT people in sport and highlights the costs of this exclusion to sport. The handbook also provides examples of good practice in working with both young people and adults to tackle homophobia in sport and to create more inclusive, tolerant, sporting environ...
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    State of Play

    London Sport
    Report outlining the impact of thirty-nine key NGBs in 2014 measured against the number of affiliated clubs, number of club members, number of competitions held, number of competitions in schools, number of volunteers, financial value of volunteers, medals won 2009-2014, athletes in the talent pool, number of major events hosted, and number of people holding positions of international influence on behalf of NGBs
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    Out in Sport - LGBT Students’ Experiences of Sport

    London Sport
    In 2011, as the UK prepared to host one of the biggest sporting events in the world, the NUS LGBT campaign launched a research project into the sporting experiences of LGBT students. The project consisted of a literature review, an online survey of eight hundred and forty-five LGBT students, and nine workshops with students across the UK. Both the survey and the workshops explored LGBT students’ experiences participating in and coming o...
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    Fit for the Future; helping the Sport and Recreation sector face the challenges of tomorrow: Scene-setting report

    London Sport
    The Sport and Recreation Alliance has set out the challenges facing sport and physical going forward in competitiong for leisure time. Specifically, they identify 7 'challenge' areas that organisations working within the sector need to challenge to ensure sport and physical activity is 'Fit For the Future' .
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    Getting Ready 2013-2014

    London Sport
    Getting ready is London Youth's sports development programme which uses a journey of change methodology to measure the programmes emotional and social impact on participants. The programme reported that 70% of partipcants reported modertate to strong change across all emotional and social capabilties. The strength of this report lies in the methodology used to make this discovery, a life effectiveness questionnaire, completed at the st...