Start playing, stay playing: a summary of the evidence and stakeholder insights into women's and girls' participation in sport and active recreation

Macdonald, Doune, Cook, Natalie, Nisbet, Sue, Hooper, Sue and Keating, David (2013) Start playing, stay playing: a summary of the evidence and stakeholder insights into women's and girls' participation in sport and active recreation Brisbane, Australia: Queensland Government. Department of National Parks, Recreation, Sport and Racing

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Author Macdonald, Doune
Cook, Natalie
Nisbet, Sue
Hooper, Sue
Keating, David
Title of report Start playing, stay playing: a summary of the evidence and stakeholder insights into women's and girls' participation in sport and active recreation
Publication date 2013-10
Publisher Queensland Government. Department of National Parks, Recreation, Sport and Racing
Place of publication Brisbane, Australia
Total pages 33
Language eng
Abstract/Summary The Ministerial Advisory Committee on Women and Girls in Sport and Recreation (the Committee) was established to provide evidence-based and practical recommendations to the Minister for National Parks, Recreation, Sport and Racing on government actions to improve women’s and girls’ participation in sport and active recreation. In order to inform their recommendations, the committee considered research and evidence from government and academic sources, and insights from stakeholder consultation. Key issues identified by the committee are outlined herein.
Keyword Women in sport
Girls in sport
Q-Index Code AX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ

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