Sport & Recreation Alliance Blogs

Following on from our last blog, sports organisations have devised a multitude of ways in which different national federations (NFs) can collaborate. In our case studies, we observed that these collaboration projects...
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The Alliance's Verity Comley blogs on the publication today of Public Health England's new physical activity strategy, Everybody Active, Every Day. Today Public Health England (PHE) have released Everybody Active,...
In this blog, Leadership Convention 2014 speaker, Maneesh Juneja, whets the appetite for his session, asking how sport can embrace big data or whether it should be making a more cautious approach to technology....
Huw Irranca-Davies blogs for us on the power and potential of the Great Outdoors - and how the Alliance's Reconomics report is helping it to creep up the political agenda.   I was delighted to have recently had the...
John Warriner from the Future Foundation, discusses the challenges and opportunities that disruptive technology presents for sport and recreation organisations. How do we ensure, in the face of our acutely felt time-...
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Hannah Dobbin talks about Sheffield City Council's plan to become the leading outdoor recreation city in Britain. Sheffield City Council has a plan – to be the leading outdoor recreation city in the UK. But what...
The campaign from Women’s Aid – Football United Against Domestic Violence – aims to work with the football community to send a clear message that domestic violence is unacceptable. Polly Neate, Chief...
How do different sports collaborate at a national level and how can we ensure those collaborations are successful? In the first of three blogs, a Fifa Masters Degree working group explores. It is fairly self-evident...
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Verity Comley discusses the green belt and why Britain’s house building programme must be focused on brownfield land. In UK town planning, the green belt is a policy tool used to control urban growth. The belt...
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Leigh Thompson discusses how funding cuts now mean that law enforcement, and sport itself, must become leaner, meaner and smarter to root out corruption. Two news stories caught my eye in this week – one high...

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