Sported volunteer Tom Cheek explains the role of learning and training opportunities in helping to retain volunteers.
Rhyl Youth Group in North Wales provides a safe place for young people to go in the evening and provides a range of engagement activities, including various sports. Group leader Marie Mitchell tells us more… “Our club provides a safe, fun place for young people to attend with no judgement. We are different because […]
Last week saw the Sports Think Tank and Upshot host its first #TheFWord conference to discuss the concept of failure and how we can learn from it. Sported’s Research and Analysis Manager, Rose Chilton, shares some of the key learnings from the event.
After suffering a spinal injury Shaun Lacey needed a physical and emotion outlet, so with friends decided to form the North East’s first – and still only – wheelchair rugby team.
Sported volunteer, Amanda McDonald, shares her experiences as a ‘Light Touch’ volunteer.
Download our short report looking into the important role of community groups in reducing youth violence.
In part 2 of his exclusive interview with ConnectSport, Chris Grant discusses the future of the Sport for Development sector.
In an exclusive two-part interview with ConnectSport, Chris Grant talks reflects upon an unprecedented period of change for the Sport for Development sector.
Verity (18) – one of our Project 51 influencers – shares her thoughts and experiences on gender stereotypes in sport.
Since starting out in 1894 The Broad Plain & Riverside Youth Project in Bristol has seen thousands of young people come through its doors, going to become youth workers, teachers, social workers, professional footballers and rugby players, and even local Major. Long-serving Club Director, Dennis Stinchcombe MBE, tell us about the club’s enduring success.