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    Breaking Barriers: Supporting Disabled Teenage Girls to be Active

    Access Sport is thrilled to launch its new Breaking Barriers research report! Launched in partnership with the Sweaty Betty Foundation, Women in Sport and Nuffield Health, this report explores Disabled teenage girls’ attitudes towards sport and exercise.

    The Power of Co-production: A Quote From a Participant.

    An individual’s experience of being involved in co-production and what it means to them.

    The Power of Co-production: A Quote From a Participant.

    Meet Our New Co-Production Lead!

    Meet Our New Co-Production Lead!

    England Football Learning To Launch ‘Introduction To Coaching Disabled Footballers’ Module

    England Football Learning has launched a new free online module, with its ‘Introduction to Coaching Disabled Footballers’ module aiming to help existing grassroots clubs become more confident and inclusive coaching Disabled footballers.

    England Football Learning To Launch ‘Introduction To Coaching Disabled Footballers’ Module

    Disability Rights UK’s Together Fund – Our Impact!

    Disability Rights UK is launching our report into the delivery and impact of Sport England’s Together Fund, showing the vast and long-lasting impact this fund has on smaller organisations supporting Disabled people getting physically active across the country. 

    Disability Rights UK’s Together Fund – Our Impact!

    Landmark Funding Announced for Second Stage of Moving Social Work Programme

    Moving Social Work, a co-produced programme designed to encourage social workers to speak about physical activity with Disabled people, has been awarded a second stage of funding.

    Landmark Funding Announced for Second Stage of Moving Social Work Programme

    Demand Fair Play for Deaf Athletes

    UK Deaf Sport are asking the Government to end the discrimination against elite deaf athletes by funding them to compete at the Deaflympics, on par with their support for Olympic and Paralympic athletes.

    Demand Fair Play for Deaf Athletes

    New Government Strategy Ignores Inaccessibility of Physical Activity

    The government has launched a new strategy with an aim of getting 3.5 million people more active, but with very little acknowledgement of the current inaccessibility of activity for groups such as Disabled people.

    New Government Strategy Ignores Inaccessibility of Physical Activity

    How Sport England are Uniting the Movement

    Read about Sport England’s new impact report into the work they’ve been doing to improve physical activity. 

    How Sport England are Uniting the Movement

    GYA contributes to new British Cycling Report

    This is the latest report from British Cycling into Disabled people’s cycling experiences.

    GYA contributes to new British Cycling Report

    Level Playing Field write to organisers of Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris

    This news story details the letter that Level Playing Field is writing to the organisers of the Olympics and Paralympics.

    Level Playing Field write to organisers of Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris

    Cost of living forces Disabled people to stop outdoor activities

    This news story details new research highlighting the negative impacts of the cost of living crisis on Disabled people getting active.

    Cost of living forces Disabled people to stop outdoor activities