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WOMEN AND SPORT CONFERENCE HUB

“It is an opportunity for participants to engage in the interactive workshop sessions and be part of the change to see more women and girls participate and succeed through sports."
07 Nov 2022 12:23
WOMEN AND SPORT CONFERENCE HUB

The Fiji Association of Sports and National Olympic Committee is inviting women, girls and leaders involved in sports, sports development and the physical activity sector to attend the International Working Group (IWG) Women and Sport Conference Hub in Suva.

The three day event is from November 14-16; it will be held at the Damodar City, Vmax cinema. Admission is free.

The 8th conference is part of the world’s largest gathering to advance gender equity in sport.

 

This is possible with the support of the Australian Government through its Sport for Development programme, Team Up.

The three-day global conference is accessible to participants in Fiji, Papua New Guinea and Samoa through interactive live stream conference hubs.

Leading experts in gender and sport are part of the conference,

“In addition to supporting the live streaming of conference sessions, the Fiji hub will also include an in-person facilitator to lead discussions and delivery of live panel sessions, featuring leaders in sport, sport for development and physical activity from across Fiji,” FASANOC sports development manager Lyndal Fisher said.

 

“It is an opportunity for participants to engage in the interactive workshop sessions and be part of the change to see more women and girls participate and succeed through sports.”

“Hub participants will also get the opportunity to network and engage with individuals from the sporting sector.”

IWG Women & Sport Conference is the world’s largest gathering to advance gender equity in sport and physical activity.

Chief Executive Officer Netball Fiji Vivian Koster is chairperson of the FASANOC Women In Sports Commission.

 

“Affiliated NF and FASANOC Commission members are encouraged not to miss out on this exciting event.

“We are encouraging all interested participants to register as soon as they can.”

Registrations close on Wednesday November 9, 2022 at 5pm.

 

Feedback: karalaini.waqanidrola@fijisun.com.fj



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