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LikeaGirl

Getting to the core of activity and sport for females


A one-day conference focusing on creating a culture where girls’ active participation in PE and sport is the norm


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29th June  2022,  University of Hertfordshire

 

 

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Strategies, policies, experiences, real stories and successes to be told, lessons to be learnt, ideas and experiences to be shared

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Svend Elkjaer, Founder/Director Sports Marketing Network

Chair and It’s all about change in community sport and physical activity

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Svend Elkjaer founded the Sports Marketing Network in 2005 for people involved with the commercial, community and marketing issues across all sports and physical activity; be it club, governing body, local authority or private sports deliverer.  He has been described as a ‘positive disruptor in community sport.’

Over the last eight years, more than 4,000 sports providers have benefitted from SMN’s services attending our workshops and presentations, being mentored or receiving consultancy. SMN has also advised, consulted and trained several organisations and public bodies including the Rugby Football Union, Football Association, Cricket Scotland, British Gymnastics, Sport Hub Denmark, Copenhagen City Council, Sport Wales, England Golf, England Athletics, sportscotland, etc

 

Kate Dale, Strategic Lead, Campaigns, Sport England

Working together on our joint mission to help women everywhere get active and stay active

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Rosy Ryan, Women and Girls’ Development Manager, Cricket Scotland

Growing female cricket in Scotland

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Leah Godfrey, Chairwoman, Capital Girls League

Growing girls’ football by increasing club support, sustainable commercialisation, symbiotic sponsorships, and community partnerships

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Sean Harris, Development Manager, BUCS

Focused interventions is increasing female participation in HE

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Rebecca Thomas, Women and Girls Development Officer, Cricket Wales

Encouraging Rainbows, Brownies and Guides to get active whilst at the same time introducing them to cricket

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Sadie Mansfield,Active Programmes Officer for Girlguiding Cymru

Encouraging Rainbows, Brownies and Guides to get active whilst at the same time introducing them to cricket

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Ellie Ramsauer, Coach, Lewes FC

Lewes FC, where coaching and participation is gender equal 

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Alex Varran, Sports Project Officer, Herts Sports Partnership

Demonstrating This Girl Can in Herts

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Laura Fountain, Founder, Lazy Girl Running

A World Without Men: Why we still need women-only spaces

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Mel Bound, Founder and CEO, This Mum Runs

Digital Communities: How highly engaged digital communities can become powerful agents for change, empowering women and girls to enjoy the life changing benefits of being active forever

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This Mum Runs is the largest digital and in person running community for women in the world, organised through a global network of highly engaged digital communities used to power hyper-local in person communities, and to co-ordinate thousands of free weekly runs for women where they live. On a mission to empower the 1 billion inactive women and girls worldwide,

TMR has developed a unique and highly effective digital community playbook that underpins it’s work; using digital spaces to to recruit, train and manage local community leader volunteers, to launch and rapidly grow local communities, to activate in person runs and coaching, and to co-create insight rich conversations that inform highly impactful programming. Recognised by Facebook as amongst the Top 16 Most Impactful Communities in the world, and with 72% of women in their communities more active now than pre CoVid-19 – theirs is an innovative approach that is working at scale. With plans afoot to develop new communities in the metaverse, and relevant digital spaces for girls and women at every stage of their lives, in this dynamic session the TMR team will share some of their secret sauce to translating engaged communities to scalable growth in participation.

 

Ibtisam Belola, Trustee, Muslimah Sports Association

Creating a place where women are free to participate in sports without compromising their religious or cultural beliefs

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