Sport NI supports International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

Antoinette McKeown, Chief Executive, Sport NI “At Sport NI we are proud to support International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and Girls. “Earlier this year in partnership with the NI Executive, we encouraged sports to use the Active Bystander Approach to end violence against women and girls. “Sport is a tremendous force…Continue reading this article →

UK Sports Councils underline commitment to governance

Sport England, UK Sport, sportscotland, Sport Wales and Sport NI join forces with a unified offer of governance support to the sport and physical activity sector As part of continued governance support for the organisations in their countries, UK Sports Councils have come together to confirm the continuation of the Sports Governance Academy for a further…Continue reading this article →

Women’s GAA Sport NI Campaign Smashes Fundraising Goal

A Queen’s University fundraising campaign, set-up to increase participation of female students in Gaelic Games, has raised nearly five times its original target. An army of online supporters got behind the Crowdfunder campaign to such an extent it smashed its original £10,000 fundraising target and finished up raising over £48,000 from 322 online supporters. The…Continue reading this article →