Case studies

4 July 2018 by Kieran Connolly

ClubWorks Case Study – Ms Rose Blossom Fly Girls

Catching up with Ms Rose Blossom’s Fly Girls project Ms Rose Blossom’s Fly Girls project aims to improve the physical and mental wellbeing of girls and women in Brent, in particular targeting older women, BAME groups and women who do not regularly participate in sport for faith reasons.  What does the project look to achieve?   To improve the immediate mental wellbeing of

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4 July 2018 by Andrei Angelescu

Case study: Using evidenced based interventions to reduce levels of inactivity in London schools

At a time when young people’s physical activity levels are at a depressingly low level and childhood obesity continues to rise, there has never been a better time to hear of a desire to get young people more active. There is, of course, considerable evidence that young children who adopt an active lifestyle early in

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31 May 2018 by Jolyon Whaymand

ClubWorks Case Study – Hear Women

What is this project? Hear Women regularly works with governments, communities, businesses, academics and other NGOs to change the lives of women in a positive and powerful ways. The majority of Hear Women’s London-based work is centred around the Edgeware Road area of Westminster, providing a safe space for Middle Eastern and North African women

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30 May 2018 by Kieran Connolly

ClubWorks Case Study – BIGKID Foundation

BIGKID Foundation was founded in 2000 by Shaninga Marasha as a mentoring programme at his school. Since then, the organisation developed and set a strategic mission: to equip young people at risk of social exclusion and youth violence to take control of their lives, find, develop and act on their own potential. Their Community Engagement,

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9 May 2018 by Kieran Connolly

ClubWorks Case Study – African & Caribbean Heritage Association

ClubWorks is a programme managed by London Sport and funded by the Mayor of London. It is designed to help support clubs and organisations develop in the capital, getting 1,000,000 Londoners more active by 2020. We caught up with Fay Chung, Trustee of the African & Caribbean Heritage Association (ACHA) to find out how they

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