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Governance in sport was a hot topic in 2017, not least because of the launch and implementation of Sport England and UK Sport’s A Code for Sports Governance and the re-launch of the Alliance’s Principles of Good Governance for Sport and Recreation.
Whilst we don’t expect governance to be any less important in 2018, we do think there will be some new areas of focus. The Alliance’s Governance Manager, Rob Tate, highlights the three areas he thinks will be increasingly important moving forward.
Getting more people experiencing the physical and mental wellbeing benefits of the natural environment a key priority for 25 Year Environment Plan.Published 12 January 2018 Parliament
Tracey Crouch MP reappointed as Sports Minister with Matt Hancock MP appointed new Secretary of State for the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.Published 09 January 2018 Industry
The Alliance’s Policy Adviser Ben Jessup reflects on the key announcements within the Government’s recent Green Paper on Children and Young People’s Mental Health and considers how sport and recreation can support these.Published 06 December 2017 Industry
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A high standard of governance is one of the most important factors in preparing an organisation to be fit for the future, which is why we've created the Governance Training Programme to assist you.