2018 Sport Summit: Why have we failed our children?
- Date: 11 Jul 2018
- Time: 09:00 to 17:00
- Venue: Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre
The 2018 Sport Summit in association with Howden will mark the official launch of our public facing work around children and young people.
We are proud of the work that our members and the wider sector do to help young people to get and stay active and to feel the huge social, health, emotional and economic benefits of being engaged in sport and recreation. However, we believe that the current system isn’t delivering the outcomes that we want – thinking of children’s health, participation, well-being and resilience.
At the one-day event, we’ll be launching our research into how effectively the system has operated and we’ll be asking the sector to sign our petition to build a system over the long term which offers high quality physical activities, with choice and the voice of young people at their heart.
The programme has been structured to bring government and the sector together to discuss how we can work better together and to learn from others who are winning against this ever-present challenge.
The Sport Summit is always a popular event – get your ticket now.
For the first time, we are pleased to be able to offer a limited bursary scheme for some of our smaller, non-funded Alliance members. If you have a turnover under £100,000 and are a charity or a voluntary organisation – please drop us an email for more information. These tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis.
Location and Venue
- Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre
- Westminster, London