Sport Wales fully supports the need for the General Duty as set
out in the Equality Act 2010. As a public body we understand our
obligation to demonstrate the steps that we are taking to fulfil
our specific duties. Through this website portal we intend to
display our information, monitoring statistics, policies and
Women and Leadership Programme
As part of Sport Wales' commitment to the Vision for Sport in
Wales and equality, the Women in Leadership
Programme was established to take positive action to help
address the low levels of women in senior positions in sport in
Public Sector Equality Duty report
Sport Wales has worked tirelessly over the last 12 months
embedding the requirements of the Equality Act 2010 including the
specific public sector duties set for Wales (listed in appendix 1),
and on its progress toward meeting the 5 equality commitments made
within the Sport Wales Strategic Equality Plan 2012-2016.
Participation data and headline messages
The work of Sport Wales involves working with key partners to
develop sport, increase participation and drive excellence in
sport. Through our surveys and participation data we can monitor
participation and steer work to ensure equality of opportunity. We
are aware that the breadth of this information requires expansion,
and that as an organisation we need to familiarise ourselves better
with unprotected characteristic groups. Find out more here.
Active workforce data and headline messages
Sport Wales is committed to its Vision for Sport. To achieve
this it is imperative that our army of volunteers, coaches, leaders
and administration experts is increased, supported and developed.
To increase sporting participation across all sectors of our
diverse Welsh community, we will need to work to ensure that the
sporting workforce is also diverse. Find out more here.
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