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Women and Girls in Sport and Active Recreation Strategy

LEADERSHIP

HIKITIA TE HĀ O HINEAHUONE

UPLIFT THE PRESENCE OF HINEAHUONE

OUTCOME

More women and girls are leading, working, coaching and volunteering at all levels.

$2.7m

To go towards increasing leadership and coaching initiatives for women in the high performance system

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Participants in the Women in Leadership programmes in 2018/2019

40%

Gender target set for Sport NZ partner boards by 2021

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First diversity health check planned for 2020

COMMITMENT PROGRESS UPDATE

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Strong diverse and gender balanced leadership brings breadth of perspective, better decision making and creates stronger organisations

PARTICIPATION

HĀPAITIA TE HĀ O HINEAHUONE

TAKE HOLD OF THE PRESENCE OF HINEAHUONE

OUTCOME

More women and girls are physically active through play, active recreation and sport.

$2m

allocated to the Young Women's Activation Fund

$200,000

allocated to new projects for the Innovations for Young Women Fund

COMMITMENT PROGRESS UPDATE

Young women spend 90 minutes less being active than young males, Collective action is important to reduce this participation gap

VALUE & VISIBILITY

TAU AI TE HĀ O HINEAHUONE

MAKE MANIFEST THE PRESENCE OF HINEAHUONE

OUTCOME

Women and girls in play, active recreation and sport are valued and visible.

5,595 young people

Data collected from young people in Active NZ survey including information on gender

25,150 adults

Data collected from adults in Active NZ survey including information on gender

350 attendees

First Women + Girls Summit event delivered featuring 32 speakers

COMMITMENT PROGRESS UPDATE

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Avoiding gender bias and stereotypes in the portrayal of females and males is a crucial step on the path to gender equality