The Alliance works hard to influence the Government and other key decision makers to make improvements in a host of different areas that will enable the sport and recreation sector to function more effectively
The Mental Health Charter for Sport and Recreation sets out how sport can use its collective power to tackle mental ill health and the stigma that surrounds it
As part of our ‘Fit for the Future’ work we are taking a closer look at the issues our members are facing when it comes to governance and their workforce. As well as this, we'll be preparing members for the imminent launch of the UK Sports Governance Code.
The Fit for the Future report that was launched at the Sports Summit in June 2015. This scene-setting report considers the changing external environment and what challenges and opportunities this might bring for the sport and recreation sector.
The #GetYourKitOn campaign saw the sport and recreation sector come together and lobby against cuts to funding for grassroots sport
The Voluntary Code of Conduct for Rights Owners outlines the ongoing commitment of the UK’s leading sports bodies to ensure sport is as accessible as possible on television and that money from broadcasting is reinvested back into grassroots sport
In the run up to the 2015 General Election the Alliance highlighted the additional benefits the sector has to offer the health of the nation on a physical, social and economic scale
The #TryYourKitOn campaign is an Alliance-led campaign aimed at increasing physical activity during the summer and beyond, by tapping in to the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Rio.
An overview of the Alliance's role and work in campaigning on behalf of its members and the sport and recreation sector
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