Organisations seeking public funding for sport and physical activity must meet new gold standards of governance considered to be among the most advanced in the world.
A new Code for Sports Governance sets out the levels of transparency, accountability and financial integrity that will be required from those who ask for Government and National Lottery funding from April 2017.
The Code has three tiers and will apply to any organisation seeking funding from Sport England or UK Sport, regardless of size and sector, including national governing bodies of sport, clubs, charities and local authorities.
The Code is proportionate, expecting the highest standards of good governance from organisations requesting the largest public investments, including:
Further information about the code is availalbe through; https://www.sportengland.org/news-and-features/news/2016/october/31/new-code-for-sports-governance/
The document can be downloaded through; https://www.sportengland.org/media/11193/a_code_for_sports_governance.pdf
FA 'Bringing Opportunities to Communities' Consultation Forums 2018
Come along and have your say through the FA consultation forums which are taking place in October/November 2018
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Breaking Boundaries Apprentice Opportunity
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Join our Head of Research at the 2018 Muslim Women in Sport Global Virtual Summit
Sporting Equals, Head of Research, Shaheen Bi will be talking about the empowerment of Black, Asian and minority Ethnic communities and in particular muslim women in sport and physical activity to enable greater access and inclusion. Her session will take place on Sunday 6th May at 6pm GB Time.