SE Leaderboard aims to improve diversity within sports leadership. We encourage the sports sector to take action in light of new opportunities, changing demographics, utilising talent and attracting talented individuals from under-represented groups.
Our Leaderboard event at the House of Lords in November 2014 was attended by more than 150 professional from BAME business sector who had interest in getting involved in sport sector.
We have representation from National Governing Bodies of Sport and support from Sport England to launch a National Steering Group which is primarily to pilot positive acion in attracting Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) members on sports boards.
For more information about SE Leaderboard and to download the most recent report visit the Leaderboard microsite at www.seleaderboard.com.
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Faith Centre Model
Sporting Equals are working with mosques, temples, gurdwaras, churches, synagogues across the country to try and access inactive communities and create models of engagement with work at a local level.
TENNIS SERVES PROJECT
Sporting Equals have been working in partnership with the Tennis Foundation to create opportunities locally enabling people to engage with tennis who would otherwise not access a club or local park to play tennis.
Sporting Equals host Active Sport Zones at the large cultural events throughout the country. The Active Sports Zones allow people to get engaged with sporting activities giving them an opportunity to try something new and connecting them up to local opportunities.
The Making Equals project aims to create greater integration by engaging young people from Asian and white British communities using the power of sport.
The Albion Foundation officially launched a new partnership with Sporting Equals, the national body which promotes ethnic diversity across sport and physical activity.
Sport For Communities
A national project backed by £2 million from the Treasury and supported by DCMS, awarding grants to community projects.