Read our policy positions on how the government can better support women's sport, as featured in The Sports Think Tank's Road to the Manifestos
This week, the government published its response to the Independent Review of Women's Football.
12 months on from the publication of Reform 25, we welcome the ongoing commitment to change British Gymnastics are showing.
The historic exclusion of women and girls from the high-profile team sport of rugby is an injustice with far reaching consequences. We welcome the publication of the Independent Review of the Welsh Rugby Union, chaired by Dame Anne Rafferty.
This week, the Government published its updated sport strategy; the first update since 2015. The gender activity gap won’t close on the back of good intentions; we need targeted investment to help level the playing field for women and girls.
On 19 July the Government published an updated School Sport and Activity Action Plan, but what does it mean for girls?
The Play Their Way campaign calls on coaches to put child-first coaching at the heart of their approach to tackle the sporting ‘enjoyment gap’ between girls and boys
Karen Carney’s landmark review of women’s football in England has set out the ongoing gender disparities in football
We welcome the publication of the Independent Commission of Equality in Cricket report which we believe should be read by all those involved in the game of cricket.
The 5% activity gender gap is now the biggest it’s been since reporting began.