The Leadership Convention is the Sport and Recreation Alliance's flagship event, bringing together sport leaders from right across the sport and recreation sector.
Taking place at the Crowne Plaza, Nottingham, this year's Leadership Convention will take place on 3 and 4 November.
The theme of the Convention this year, Building for the future, will expand on the Alliance's work earlier in the year on helping the sector become Fit for the Future.
Sporting Equals Chief Executive, Arun Kang will be speaking at the convention highlighting the lack ethnic diversity within sports boardrooms and the work Sporting Equals are doing to help governing bodies embrace change.
Through a combination of speakers and workshops, delegates will be asked to consider their familiarity with the challenges and opportunities facing the sector and the skills needed as a leader to navigate them. Do you have the answers to the digital, funding, workforce and political questions which lie ahead of your organisation?
Engaging South Asian Communities in Cricket - Launch of ECB Consultation
The ECB have recently launched a consultation to help better engage the South Asian community. They want to hear your views on how to shape its work in this area and enable greater engagement.
BAME representation in Football
An event to boost the careers of football coaches from under-represented communities in West Yorkshire will take place in Huddersfield on Monday 24 July.
The holy month of Ramadan will start at the end of May this year, marking a period of fasting and religious focus for millions of Muslims across the globe.
Tribute to Dame Di Ellis -Trustee Sporting Equals
It is with great sadness that Sporting Equals reports that its Trustee Dame Di Ellis passed away peacefully on Thursday (18 May) following a short illness. During her life, Di was an inspiration and champion to so many, her grace and fortitude will never be matched; she will be dearly missed by all.
Launch of Government new Cycling and Walking Strategy
The government has recently published its new Cycling and Walking Strategy, which sets out how it will invest £1.2 billion to make cycling and walking 'the natural choice for shorter journeys. By publishing this strategy the government has demonstrated its commitment to getting more people cycling and walking to help create an active nation.
Code for Sports Governance
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.