2nd experts’ workshop

22-23 October 2018 Zagreb, Croatia

The 2nd experts’ workshop of the European Union and Council of Europe’s “ALL IN: Towards gender balance in sport” joint project will be held in Zagreb on 23 and 24 October 2018. This workshop mainly aims at implementing the final steps towards the launching of the data collection campaign on...

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Our flyer

1 June 2018 Strasbourg, France

Want to learn more about the context, objectives and activities of the ALL IN project? Have a look at our flyer and feel free to share it far and wide!

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ALL IN’s kick-off meeting and first experts’ workshop

31 May -1 June 2018 Strasbourg, France

The European Union and Council of Europe’s “ALL IN: Towards gender balance in sport” joint project was officially launched on 31 May and 1 June in Strasbourg. The kick-off meeting and the first experts’ workshop brought together 30 participants and experts who represented public authorities...

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Gender Equality in sport – moving towards implementation – step 2

5 October 2017 Paris, France

A second meeting took place on 5th October in Paris to prepare the road ahead for a wider-scale data collection process, training and awareness raising initiatives likely to be the main aims of the “Balance in sport 2” project.

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Gender Equality in sport – moving towards implementation

23 June 2017 Paris, France

On 23 June in Paris, EPAS gathered together several of its member states who wish to play a part in a new CoE-EU joint project which is expected to be launched in January 2018. They also met with specialists from the sports movement and organisations promoting gender equality issues. The meeting...

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What we did in 2016

1 January-31 December 2016

Balance in Sport reached an agreement in gender equality indicators in sport which were tested in 4 pilot countries. See what we did by following this link!

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Council of Europe video on Balance in sport

December 2016 Strasbourg, France

The Council of Europe is working to make sporting equality between men and women a reality! With this aim was organised the event called "Balance in sport enters the Ring!". See our video!

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A stepping stone event to making the difference

5-6 December 2016 Strasbourg, France, Palais de l'Europe, Room 3

The first day of the event was dedicated to the assessment of data and good practices collection campaign and the development of awareness-raising/training tools. In late afternoon, participants were invited to take part in a social event called “Balance in Sport enters the Ring” followed by a...

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1st training session on gender equality in sport

21 November 2016 Paris, France

The first training session on gender equality in sport took place in Paris to present the training factsheets on 5 themes: leadership, coaching, participation, gender-based violence and media. The objective is to duplicate these training sessions on the long run.

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Enter the Ring!

5 December 2016 Strasbourg

The Sport Division, in partnership with la Ligue d’Alsace de Sport Entreprise invites you to enter the ring with Sarah Ourahmoune (silver medalist at the Rio Olympics) and Stéphanie Ducastel (World Professional Champion) to discover women's boxing. (Programme EN/FR) This sporting event closes the...

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Quiz

19 September 2016

Everything you ever wanted to know about the world of women’s sport ! Test your knowledge and see how much you really know – have a go at our quiz here.

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Data collection campaign

12 September 2016

We are pleased to inform you that the data collection campaign is now launched! The project is entering its third stage: public authorities in charge of sport and the domestic sport movement of Finland, France, Spain and Romania are invited to fill in the questionnaires and collect data on...

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Second data collection campaign meeting

09/08/2016 Bucharest, Romania

A second data collection campaign meeting took place on 9th of August in Bucharest to talk about the contribution of Romania. Expected launch of the data collection campaign on September!

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Data collection campaign meeting

29 June 2016 Madrid, Spain

The Balance in Sport project enters its second phase with the preparation of the future data collection campaign on gender equality indicators in sport in the following strategic areas: participation, leadership and coaching, portrayal of women athletes in the media, and gender-based violence. A...

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French survey on women sport on TV

16 June 2016 Ronchin, France

The participation of the project manager to the workshop on media coverage of sport and diversity (Journée d'étude sur la couverture médiatique du sport et de la diversité, RSJ-MéDiS (Responsabilité Sociale des Journalistes: Médias-Diversité-Sport)/ANR, faculté des Sciences du Sport, Ronchin,...

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Our new flyer

17 May 2016

(Re)discover Balance in Sport project through our flyer ! Objectives, activities, events, partners, outcomes, etc. You will know all about it.

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Workshop

10-11 April 2016 Stockholm, Sweden

The workshop took place in Stockholm on 10-11 April 2016. Experts of the project Balance in Sport were invited to keep working on generally agreed gender equality indicators in sport and share ideas on tools to use and implement them.

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Kick-off meeting

21 January 2016 Strasbourg, France

Following political input from the Council of Europe Conference of Ministers responsible for sport and the EU Informal Meeting of Sports Ministers, in 2015 the EPAS Governing Board and Consultative Committee strongly supported increasing the co-operation between the European Union and the Council...

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ALL IN IN BRIEF ALL IN IN BRIEF

 

 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

 

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