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An inclusive response to Covid-19 in sport and activity

When
17 November
Cost
Free
Where
Activity Alliance, virtual event, online only

A collective movement: An inclusive response to Covid-19 in sport and activity.

Join Activity Alliance Chief Executive, Barry Horne, and fellow leaders Tim Hollingsworth - Sport England, and Huw Edwards - ukactive, for a live virtual event at 10am on Tuesday 17 November. 

Young man riding adapted bike with supporter during a cycling session in the park  As the sport and leisure sector continues to go through challenging times, it is clear the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on disabled people has led to widening inequalities. Bringing together disabled people's experience with leaders from the sporting world, this is an event not to be missed.

We invite you to join Activity Alliance Chief Executive, Barry Horne, and fellow leaders Tim Hollingsworth - Sport England, and Huw Edwards - ukactive, to explore how we can collectively deliver an inclusive response to Covid-19.

Marc Woods, Chair of CIMSPA and former Paralympic swimmer, will host this all-important event.

At this event, our speakers will talk about the need for innovative and accessible responses at all levels of sport and leisure. Influential leaders' perspectives will combine with disabled people's real lived experiences and their hopes for the future. 

Event details

Date: Tuesday 17 November 2020
Time: 10:00 - 11.30am
Cost: free of charge

This event is ideal for: 

  • Local and national policy and decision makers in sport, leisure, health and education. 
  • professionals working with disabled people. 

Please register for this event via eventbrite

This event will provide British Sign Language interpretation and captions.

For any additional information please email Jannine Walker, National Events Manager at events@activityalliance.org.uk or call 0161 200 5445.