Water gender equality training

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Best practices in managing a sport organization ensuring equal access

- gender strategies in managing a sport organization

- staff and sport operators

- athletes, families and volunteers

Author: S. Di Bartolo- Sten

Basic social, psychological and pedagogical knowledge on gender differences in everyday life

- gender discrimination in nowadays society

- stereotypes and prejudices

-teenagers and gender equality

Author: S. Giordano


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A general overview on the European strategies and Programs to promote social inclusion and gender equality;

-EACEA Agency

-Erasmus + Programs

-social inclusion and gender equality in Europe

Author: R. Linda Di Marzo

The IOC was founded more than a century ago to harness the power of sport at the service of humanity. Traditionally, women were not allowed to participate in the Games, which were exclusively for men. Times have changed, and the IOC has played an important role in establishing a positive trend to enhance women’s participation in sport.

Over the last 30 years, the IOC has been advocating for the participation of women at all levels, encouraging National Olympic Committees (NOCs) and International Federations (IFs) to enhance the presence of women in sport at all levels.

This section offers a historical timeline of women’s participation in Olympic sport and leadership.

Sport is one of the most powerful platforms for promoting gender equality and empowering women and girls. As the leader of the Olympic Movement, the IOC has an important responsibility to take action when it comes to gender equality – a basic human right of profound importance and a Fundamental Principle of the Olympic Charter.

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Insure4Sport has conducted a national survey focusing on attitudes towards women in sport – and it uncovered some incredible findings.

Whilst the UK widely acknowledges that more should be done to promote women’s sports, sexism is still rife in the competitive sport industry, particularly among the older generation. What is arguably even more concerning is that some of the most damning responses about women in sport are from female respondents.

Let’s explore the survey’s results in full, and assess just how much progress is being made in championing the role of women in sport…

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