Most Active City opens the door for you to be part of the movement to getting 1,000,000 more Londoner’s physically active by 2020. On Friday 7 July, at The KIA Oval, we will be joined by leaders in their field for you to help shape the future of sport and physical activity in London.
London Sport – Most Active City
The social value of the 1,000,000, London’s route to getting 1,000,000 Londoners more active by 2020 and how we get there.
Delivered by: London Sport
Mayor of London/ Greater London Authority – London strategies and their relevance for Most Active City
The Mayor’s interest in physical activity and sport and the relevant Mayoral strategies for London.
Delivered by: Matthew Ryder, Deputy Mayor for Social Integration, Social Mobility, Community Engagement, Lucy Saunders, Greater London Authority and Emily Humphreys, Greater London Authority
Sport England – Strategy Update
An update on Sport England’s strategy, ‘Towards an Active Nation’.
Delivered by: Mike Diaper, Executive Director of Community Sport, Sport England
Innovation – How do we foster a culture of innovation?
Exploring innovation and how it can be developed in our organisations.
Delivered by: Dr. Peter Thomond, Managing Director, Clever Together
The Mayor’s Physical Activity & Community Sport Strategy and Programme
Delivered by: Mandu Reid, Greater London Authority
Workforce Development: London’s Future Workforce
Delivered by: Dean Nevill, London Sport
Working with the Commercial Sector: Challenges in Working with the Commercial Sector
Delivered by: Rob Smyth, London Sport and UK Active
Understanding and Influencing Less Active Londoners: Inactive Segmentation Research
Delivered by: Tim Copley, London Sport
When the Circus Comes to Town: Making the Most of Major Events in Grassroots Sport
Delivered by: Jane Stewart, England Athletics
Technology for Participation: Using Technology to Enable Participation for Motivation
Delivered by: Alex Zurita, London Sport
Funding: Keeping Up with an Evolving Landscape
Delivered by: Xander Beck, London Sport
Quest for Excellence: Using Quest Sport for Development
Delivered by: Paul Brivio, Quest
Measuring Your Impact: A Common Evaluation Framework for Sport & Physical Activity
Delivered by: Darcy Hare, Sport England