Stepping up the pace towards gender equality in sport!
"ALL IN: Towards gender balance in sport" is a European Union (EU) and Council of Europe (COE) joint project (1 March 2018-31 October 2019). Its aim is to provide support to public authorities and sport organisations when designing and implementing policies and programmes addressing gender inequalities in sport, and when adopting a gender mainstreaming strategy.
15 oct. 2019
Women make up only 8% of the presidents of the national Olympic sport federations in Europe15 October 2019
Clotilde Talleu, Senior project manager at the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sports (EPAS),...
9 sept. 2019
Closing event10 September 2019
The closing event of the project took place on 10 September 2019, at the European Commission...
An initiative that teaches young boys about gender equality and diversity: “Locker room talk” (Sweden)
A training programme to encourage women to become sports leaders: “Leads like a woman” (Finland)
A gender equality sports programme: “Women in sport programme” (Ireland)
It is high time we perform better on gender equality in sport!
Gender inequalities persist in many aspects of the sports world (leadership, coaching, participation from grassroots to elite sport, media representation, prevalence of gender-based violence, etc.). There is also still a lack of concrete policies and programmes addressing this issue in Europe.
It is high time we perform better!
Check out the ALL IN action page!
That encourages decision-makers to take positive action to redress the gender gap in sport, provides concrete tips and techniques, as well as examples of good practices.
Collecting data on gender equality in sport on leadership, coaching, participation, media / communication and gender-based violence, so that progress can be monitored, allowing for comparisons between countries and between sports, and to help design evidence-based policies
Producing concrete materials and developing activities, to support policy-making and driving for change