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  • Day 1

    14th Oct 2020

  • Day 2

    15th Oct 2020

  • Day 3

    16th Oct 2020

  • Day 4

    17th Oct 2020

  • Building on the morning keynote, a view from the perspective of services and facilities.
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Health inequalities in London – is physical activity playing its part?
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • An overview of current and future approaches to inspire and support this audience to sustain an active lifestyle, including a focus on the We Are Undefeatable campaign.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session will set the scene for Active London, exploring why inequalities persist across London and the UK.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Youth discussion on how covid-19 has affected the health and wellbeing of youth.
    The Huddle
    Where
    The Huddle

  • Hear from strategic and delivery groups working with identified people, and learn about Londoners personal experiences.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Developing a truly representative workforce.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • A look at how organisations have continued to support their communities during the challenging conditions triggered by covid-19.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Join us to hear the lived experiences of lockdown from underrepresented groups.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Will review:

    - How the principles of GOGA show that a disability project can drive community-led place-based work and lead strategic change (using examples from the national programme). This is from a funder’s perspective but will also include Activity Alliance’s programme lead overview.

    - Legacy of the first phase of GOGA demonstrating how this has worked in London, including development of local disability sport networks and how GOGA’s ‘key ingredients’ (active together, reaching the most inactive) are still shaping work in these boroughs.

    - How GOGA is being used as a strategic driver enabling cross-departmental working at the council, including intersectionality (reaching disabled young people in LSEG communities and project co-design).

    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session will examine why a place-based approach offers the best chance of achieving real change. Each speaker will give a short presentation and then a group panel discussion and Q&A will take place, facilitated by Sally.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Convened by London Sport's SportTech Innovation programme, Sport Tech Hub, this workshop will explore the ways that new innovations in SportTech are helping to address inequalities in participation, and ensure that tech is a force for good in supporting stronger communities.
    Workshop 2
    Where
    Workshop 2

  • With urban sports gaining in prominence and featuring heavily in the Tokyo Olympic Games programming, this session will explore whether urban sport activities are the future of physical activity, and how traditional sports can adapt effectively for urban spaces.
    Workshop 2
    Where
    The Huddle

  • A roundtable exploring issues around decolonisation, global voices, and the need for greater diversity in the state of physical activity and sport.
    The Huddle
    Where
    The Huddle

  • Looking at three organisational approaches to research, insight and monitoring & evaluation, this workshop will explore how and whether research practices can adapt to new situations and inform sustainable success in grassroots sport programmes.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session, featuring presentations from the LTA, England Boxing and Single Homeless Project, will look at how community sport programmes are responding to emerging social issues, including representation, rehabilitation and community outreach.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Will the experiences of covid-19 and the national lockdown lead to long-term changes in our relationship with digital exercise? How can the physical activity and sport sector ensure it's ahead of the game in reacting to consumer expectations in the digital age? These are the big questions which our panel of industry experts will explore as we take an in-depth look at the future of physical activity in the digital age.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Featuring representatives from cities within the Active Citizens Worldwide network, this plenary panel discussion will explore learnings and initiatives from across the globe in an effort to understand the trends and developments that will shape physical activity and sport over the next decade, and the ways that we can prepare for the changes that lie ahead of us.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

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  • Day 1

    14th Oct 2020

  • Day 2

    15th Oct 2020

  • Day 3

    16th Oct 2020

  • Day 4

    17th Oct 2020

  • Building on the morning keynote, a view from the perspective of services and facilities.
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Health inequalities in London – is physical activity playing its part?
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • An overview of current and future approaches to inspire and support this audience to sustain an active lifestyle, including a focus on the We Are Undefeatable campaign.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session will set the scene for Active London, exploring why inequalities persist across London and the UK.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Youth discussion on how covid-19 has affected the health and wellbeing of youth.
    The Huddle
    Where
    The Huddle

  • Hear from strategic and delivery groups working with identified people, and learn about Londoners personal experiences.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Developing a truly representative workforce.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • A look at how organisations have continued to support their communities during the challenging conditions triggered by covid-19.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Join us to hear the lived experiences of lockdown from underrepresented groups.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Will review:

    - How the principles of GOGA show that a disability project can drive community-led place-based work and lead strategic change (using examples from the national programme). This is from a funder’s perspective but will also include Activity Alliance’s programme lead overview.

    - Legacy of the first phase of GOGA demonstrating how this has worked in London, including development of local disability sport networks and how GOGA’s ‘key ingredients’ (active together, reaching the most inactive) are still shaping work in these boroughs.

    - How GOGA is being used as a strategic driver enabling cross-departmental working at the council, including intersectionality (reaching disabled young people in LSEG communities and project co-design).

    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session will examine why a place-based approach offers the best chance of achieving real change. Each speaker will give a short presentation and then a group panel discussion and Q&A will take place, facilitated by Sally.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Convened by London Sport's SportTech Innovation programme, Sport Tech Hub, this workshop will explore the ways that new innovations in SportTech are helping to address inequalities in participation, and ensure that tech is a force for good in supporting stronger communities.
    Workshop 2
    Where
    Workshop 2

  • With urban sports gaining in prominence and featuring heavily in the Tokyo Olympic Games programming, this session will explore whether urban sport activities are the future of physical activity, and how traditional sports can adapt effectively for urban spaces.
    Workshop 2
    Where
    The Huddle

  • A roundtable exploring issues around decolonisation, global voices, and the need for greater diversity in the state of physical activity and sport.
    The Huddle
    Where
    The Huddle

  • Looking at three organisational approaches to research, insight and monitoring & evaluation, this workshop will explore how and whether research practices can adapt to new situations and inform sustainable success in grassroots sport programmes.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session, featuring presentations from the LTA, England Boxing and Single Homeless Project, will look at how community sport programmes are responding to emerging social issues, including representation, rehabilitation and community outreach.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Will the experiences of covid-19 and the national lockdown lead to long-term changes in our relationship with digital exercise? How can the physical activity and sport sector ensure it's ahead of the game in reacting to consumer expectations in the digital age? These are the big questions which our panel of industry experts will explore as we take an in-depth look at the future of physical activity in the digital age.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Featuring representatives from cities within the Active Citizens Worldwide network, this plenary panel discussion will explore learnings and initiatives from across the globe in an effort to understand the trends and developments that will shape physical activity and sport over the next decade, and the ways that we can prepare for the changes that lie ahead of us.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

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  • Day 1

    14th Oct 2020

  • Day 2

    15th Oct 2020

  • Day 3

    16th Oct 2020

  • Day 4

    17th Oct 2020

  • Building on the morning keynote, a view from the perspective of services and facilities.
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Health inequalities in London – is physical activity playing its part?
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • An overview of current and future approaches to inspire and support this audience to sustain an active lifestyle, including a focus on the We Are Undefeatable campaign.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session will set the scene for Active London, exploring why inequalities persist across London and the UK.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Youth discussion on how covid-19 has affected the health and wellbeing of youth.
    The Huddle
    Where
    The Huddle

  • Hear from strategic and delivery groups working with identified people, and learn about Londoners personal experiences.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Developing a truly representative workforce.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • A look at how organisations have continued to support their communities during the challenging conditions triggered by covid-19.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Join us to hear the lived experiences of lockdown from underrepresented groups.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Will review:

    - How the principles of GOGA show that a disability project can drive community-led place-based work and lead strategic change (using examples from the national programme). This is from a funder’s perspective but will also include Activity Alliance’s programme lead overview.

    - Legacy of the first phase of GOGA demonstrating how this has worked in London, including development of local disability sport networks and how GOGA’s ‘key ingredients’ (active together, reaching the most inactive) are still shaping work in these boroughs.

    - How GOGA is being used as a strategic driver enabling cross-departmental working at the council, including intersectionality (reaching disabled young people in LSEG communities and project co-design).

    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session will examine why a place-based approach offers the best chance of achieving real change. Each speaker will give a short presentation and then a group panel discussion and Q&A will take place, facilitated by Sally.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Convened by London Sport's SportTech Innovation programme, Sport Tech Hub, this workshop will explore the ways that new innovations in SportTech are helping to address inequalities in participation, and ensure that tech is a force for good in supporting stronger communities.
    Workshop 2
    Where
    Workshop 2

  • With urban sports gaining in prominence and featuring heavily in the Tokyo Olympic Games programming, this session will explore whether urban sport activities are the future of physical activity, and how traditional sports can adapt effectively for urban spaces.
    Workshop 2
    Where
    The Huddle

  • A roundtable exploring issues around decolonisation, global voices, and the need for greater diversity in the state of physical activity and sport.
    The Huddle
    Where
    The Huddle

  • Looking at three organisational approaches to research, insight and monitoring & evaluation, this workshop will explore how and whether research practices can adapt to new situations and inform sustainable success in grassroots sport programmes.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session, featuring presentations from the LTA, England Boxing and Single Homeless Project, will look at how community sport programmes are responding to emerging social issues, including representation, rehabilitation and community outreach.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Will the experiences of covid-19 and the national lockdown lead to long-term changes in our relationship with digital exercise? How can the physical activity and sport sector ensure it's ahead of the game in reacting to consumer expectations in the digital age? These are the big questions which our panel of industry experts will explore as we take an in-depth look at the future of physical activity in the digital age.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Featuring representatives from cities within the Active Citizens Worldwide network, this plenary panel discussion will explore learnings and initiatives from across the globe in an effort to understand the trends and developments that will shape physical activity and sport over the next decade, and the ways that we can prepare for the changes that lie ahead of us.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

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  • Day 1

    14th Oct 2020

  • Day 2

    15th Oct 2020

  • Day 3

    16th Oct 2020

  • Day 4

    17th Oct 2020

  • Building on the morning keynote, a view from the perspective of services and facilities.
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Health inequalities in London – is physical activity playing its part?
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • An overview of current and future approaches to inspire and support this audience to sustain an active lifestyle, including a focus on the We Are Undefeatable campaign.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session will set the scene for Active London, exploring why inequalities persist across London and the UK.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Youth discussion on how covid-19 has affected the health and wellbeing of youth.
    The Huddle
    Where
    The Huddle

  • Hear from strategic and delivery groups working with identified people, and learn about Londoners personal experiences.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Developing a truly representative workforce.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • A look at how organisations have continued to support their communities during the challenging conditions triggered by covid-19.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Join us to hear the lived experiences of lockdown from underrepresented groups.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Will review:

    - How the principles of GOGA show that a disability project can drive community-led place-based work and lead strategic change (using examples from the national programme). This is from a funder’s perspective but will also include Activity Alliance’s programme lead overview.

    - Legacy of the first phase of GOGA demonstrating how this has worked in London, including development of local disability sport networks and how GOGA’s ‘key ingredients’ (active together, reaching the most inactive) are still shaping work in these boroughs.

    - How GOGA is being used as a strategic driver enabling cross-departmental working at the council, including intersectionality (reaching disabled young people in LSEG communities and project co-design).

    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session will examine why a place-based approach offers the best chance of achieving real change. Each speaker will give a short presentation and then a group panel discussion and Q&A will take place, facilitated by Sally.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Convened by London Sport's SportTech Innovation programme, Sport Tech Hub, this workshop will explore the ways that new innovations in SportTech are helping to address inequalities in participation, and ensure that tech is a force for good in supporting stronger communities.
    Workshop 2
    Where
    Workshop 2

  • With urban sports gaining in prominence and featuring heavily in the Tokyo Olympic Games programming, this session will explore whether urban sport activities are the future of physical activity, and how traditional sports can adapt effectively for urban spaces.
    Workshop 2
    Where
    The Huddle

  • A roundtable exploring issues around decolonisation, global voices, and the need for greater diversity in the state of physical activity and sport.
    The Huddle
    Where
    The Huddle

  • Looking at three organisational approaches to research, insight and monitoring & evaluation, this workshop will explore how and whether research practices can adapt to new situations and inform sustainable success in grassroots sport programmes.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session, featuring presentations from the LTA, England Boxing and Single Homeless Project, will look at how community sport programmes are responding to emerging social issues, including representation, rehabilitation and community outreach.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Will the experiences of covid-19 and the national lockdown lead to long-term changes in our relationship with digital exercise? How can the physical activity and sport sector ensure it's ahead of the game in reacting to consumer expectations in the digital age? These are the big questions which our panel of industry experts will explore as we take an in-depth look at the future of physical activity in the digital age.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Featuring representatives from cities within the Active Citizens Worldwide network, this plenary panel discussion will explore learnings and initiatives from across the globe in an effort to understand the trends and developments that will shape physical activity and sport over the next decade, and the ways that we can prepare for the changes that lie ahead of us.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

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  • Day 1

    14th Oct 2020

  • Day 2

    15th Oct 2020

  • Day 3

    16th Oct 2020

  • Day 4

    17th Oct 2020

  • Building on the morning keynote, a view from the perspective of services and facilities.
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Health inequalities in London – is physical activity playing its part?
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • An overview of current and future approaches to inspire and support this audience to sustain an active lifestyle, including a focus on the We Are Undefeatable campaign.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session will set the scene for Active London, exploring why inequalities persist across London and the UK.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Youth discussion on how covid-19 has affected the health and wellbeing of youth.
    The Huddle
    Where
    The Huddle

  • Hear from strategic and delivery groups working with identified people, and learn about Londoners personal experiences.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Developing a truly representative workforce.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • A look at how organisations have continued to support their communities during the challenging conditions triggered by covid-19.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Join us to hear the lived experiences of lockdown from underrepresented groups.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Will review:

    - How the principles of GOGA show that a disability project can drive community-led place-based work and lead strategic change (using examples from the national programme). This is from a funder’s perspective but will also include Activity Alliance’s programme lead overview.

    - Legacy of the first phase of GOGA demonstrating how this has worked in London, including development of local disability sport networks and how GOGA’s ‘key ingredients’ (active together, reaching the most inactive) are still shaping work in these boroughs.

    - How GOGA is being used as a strategic driver enabling cross-departmental working at the council, including intersectionality (reaching disabled young people in LSEG communities and project co-design).

    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session will examine why a place-based approach offers the best chance of achieving real change. Each speaker will give a short presentation and then a group panel discussion and Q&A will take place, facilitated by Sally.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Convened by London Sport's SportTech Innovation programme, Sport Tech Hub, this workshop will explore the ways that new innovations in SportTech are helping to address inequalities in participation, and ensure that tech is a force for good in supporting stronger communities.
    Workshop 2
    Where
    Workshop 2

  • With urban sports gaining in prominence and featuring heavily in the Tokyo Olympic Games programming, this session will explore whether urban sport activities are the future of physical activity, and how traditional sports can adapt effectively for urban spaces.
    Workshop 2
    Where
    The Huddle

  • A roundtable exploring issues around decolonisation, global voices, and the need for greater diversity in the state of physical activity and sport.
    The Huddle
    Where
    The Huddle

  • Looking at three organisational approaches to research, insight and monitoring & evaluation, this workshop will explore how and whether research practices can adapt to new situations and inform sustainable success in grassroots sport programmes.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session, featuring presentations from the LTA, England Boxing and Single Homeless Project, will look at how community sport programmes are responding to emerging social issues, including representation, rehabilitation and community outreach.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Will the experiences of covid-19 and the national lockdown lead to long-term changes in our relationship with digital exercise? How can the physical activity and sport sector ensure it's ahead of the game in reacting to consumer expectations in the digital age? These are the big questions which our panel of industry experts will explore as we take an in-depth look at the future of physical activity in the digital age.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Featuring representatives from cities within the Active Citizens Worldwide network, this plenary panel discussion will explore learnings and initiatives from across the globe in an effort to understand the trends and developments that will shape physical activity and sport over the next decade, and the ways that we can prepare for the changes that lie ahead of us.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

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  • Day 1

    14th Oct 2020

  • Day 2

    15th Oct 2020

  • Day 3

    16th Oct 2020

  • Day 4

    17th Oct 2020

  • Building on the morning keynote, a view from the perspective of services and facilities.
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Health inequalities in London – is physical activity playing its part?
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • An overview of current and future approaches to inspire and support this audience to sustain an active lifestyle, including a focus on the We Are Undefeatable campaign.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session will set the scene for Active London, exploring why inequalities persist across London and the UK.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Youth discussion on how covid-19 has affected the health and wellbeing of youth.
    The Huddle
    Where
    The Huddle

  • Hear from strategic and delivery groups working with identified people, and learn about Londoners personal experiences.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Developing a truly representative workforce.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • A look at how organisations have continued to support their communities during the challenging conditions triggered by covid-19.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Join us to hear the lived experiences of lockdown from underrepresented groups.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Will review:

    - How the principles of GOGA show that a disability project can drive community-led place-based work and lead strategic change (using examples from the national programme). This is from a funder’s perspective but will also include Activity Alliance’s programme lead overview.

    - Legacy of the first phase of GOGA demonstrating how this has worked in London, including development of local disability sport networks and how GOGA’s ‘key ingredients’ (active together, reaching the most inactive) are still shaping work in these boroughs.

    - How GOGA is being used as a strategic driver enabling cross-departmental working at the council, including intersectionality (reaching disabled young people in LSEG communities and project co-design).

    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session will examine why a place-based approach offers the best chance of achieving real change. Each speaker will give a short presentation and then a group panel discussion and Q&A will take place, facilitated by Sally.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Convened by London Sport's SportTech Innovation programme, Sport Tech Hub, this workshop will explore the ways that new innovations in SportTech are helping to address inequalities in participation, and ensure that tech is a force for good in supporting stronger communities.
    Workshop 2
    Where
    Workshop 2

  • With urban sports gaining in prominence and featuring heavily in the Tokyo Olympic Games programming, this session will explore whether urban sport activities are the future of physical activity, and how traditional sports can adapt effectively for urban spaces.
    Workshop 2
    Where
    The Huddle

  • A roundtable exploring issues around decolonisation, global voices, and the need for greater diversity in the state of physical activity and sport.
    The Huddle
    Where
    The Huddle

  • Looking at three organisational approaches to research, insight and monitoring & evaluation, this workshop will explore how and whether research practices can adapt to new situations and inform sustainable success in grassroots sport programmes.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session, featuring presentations from the LTA, England Boxing and Single Homeless Project, will look at how community sport programmes are responding to emerging social issues, including representation, rehabilitation and community outreach.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Will the experiences of covid-19 and the national lockdown lead to long-term changes in our relationship with digital exercise? How can the physical activity and sport sector ensure it's ahead of the game in reacting to consumer expectations in the digital age? These are the big questions which our panel of industry experts will explore as we take an in-depth look at the future of physical activity in the digital age.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Featuring representatives from cities within the Active Citizens Worldwide network, this plenary panel discussion will explore learnings and initiatives from across the globe in an effort to understand the trends and developments that will shape physical activity and sport over the next decade, and the ways that we can prepare for the changes that lie ahead of us.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

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  • Day 1

    14th Oct 2020

  • Day 2

    15th Oct 2020

  • Day 3

    16th Oct 2020

  • Day 4

    17th Oct 2020

  • Building on the morning keynote, a view from the perspective of services and facilities.
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Health inequalities in London – is physical activity playing its part?
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • An overview of current and future approaches to inspire and support this audience to sustain an active lifestyle, including a focus on the We Are Undefeatable campaign.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session will set the scene for Active London, exploring why inequalities persist across London and the UK.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Youth discussion on how covid-19 has affected the health and wellbeing of youth.
    The Huddle
    Where
    The Huddle

  • Hear from strategic and delivery groups working with identified people, and learn about Londoners personal experiences.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Developing a truly representative workforce.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • A look at how organisations have continued to support their communities during the challenging conditions triggered by covid-19.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Join us to hear the lived experiences of lockdown from underrepresented groups.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Will review:

    - How the principles of GOGA show that a disability project can drive community-led place-based work and lead strategic change (using examples from the national programme). This is from a funder’s perspective but will also include Activity Alliance’s programme lead overview.

    - Legacy of the first phase of GOGA demonstrating how this has worked in London, including development of local disability sport networks and how GOGA’s ‘key ingredients’ (active together, reaching the most inactive) are still shaping work in these boroughs.

    - How GOGA is being used as a strategic driver enabling cross-departmental working at the council, including intersectionality (reaching disabled young people in LSEG communities and project co-design).

    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session will examine why a place-based approach offers the best chance of achieving real change. Each speaker will give a short presentation and then a group panel discussion and Q&A will take place, facilitated by Sally.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Convened by London Sport's SportTech Innovation programme, Sport Tech Hub, this workshop will explore the ways that new innovations in SportTech are helping to address inequalities in participation, and ensure that tech is a force for good in supporting stronger communities.
    Workshop 2
    Where
    Workshop 2

  • With urban sports gaining in prominence and featuring heavily in the Tokyo Olympic Games programming, this session will explore whether urban sport activities are the future of physical activity, and how traditional sports can adapt effectively for urban spaces.
    Workshop 2
    Where
    The Huddle

  • A roundtable exploring issues around decolonisation, global voices, and the need for greater diversity in the state of physical activity and sport.
    The Huddle
    Where
    The Huddle

  • Looking at three organisational approaches to research, insight and monitoring & evaluation, this workshop will explore how and whether research practices can adapt to new situations and inform sustainable success in grassroots sport programmes.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session, featuring presentations from the LTA, England Boxing and Single Homeless Project, will look at how community sport programmes are responding to emerging social issues, including representation, rehabilitation and community outreach.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Will the experiences of covid-19 and the national lockdown lead to long-term changes in our relationship with digital exercise? How can the physical activity and sport sector ensure it's ahead of the game in reacting to consumer expectations in the digital age? These are the big questions which our panel of industry experts will explore as we take an in-depth look at the future of physical activity in the digital age.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Featuring representatives from cities within the Active Citizens Worldwide network, this plenary panel discussion will explore learnings and initiatives from across the globe in an effort to understand the trends and developments that will shape physical activity and sport over the next decade, and the ways that we can prepare for the changes that lie ahead of us.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

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  • Day 1

    14th Oct 2020

  • Day 2

    15th Oct 2020

  • Day 3

    16th Oct 2020

  • Day 4

    17th Oct 2020

  • Building on the morning keynote, a view from the perspective of services and facilities.
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Health inequalities in London – is physical activity playing its part?
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • An overview of current and future approaches to inspire and support this audience to sustain an active lifestyle, including a focus on the We Are Undefeatable campaign.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session will set the scene for Active London, exploring why inequalities persist across London and the UK.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Youth discussion on how covid-19 has affected the health and wellbeing of youth.
    The Huddle
    Where
    The Huddle

  • Hear from strategic and delivery groups working with identified people, and learn about Londoners personal experiences.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Developing a truly representative workforce.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • A look at how organisations have continued to support their communities during the challenging conditions triggered by covid-19.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Join us to hear the lived experiences of lockdown from underrepresented groups.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Will review:

    - How the principles of GOGA show that a disability project can drive community-led place-based work and lead strategic change (using examples from the national programme). This is from a funder’s perspective but will also include Activity Alliance’s programme lead overview.

    - Legacy of the first phase of GOGA demonstrating how this has worked in London, including development of local disability sport networks and how GOGA’s ‘key ingredients’ (active together, reaching the most inactive) are still shaping work in these boroughs.

    - How GOGA is being used as a strategic driver enabling cross-departmental working at the council, including intersectionality (reaching disabled young people in LSEG communities and project co-design).

    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session will examine why a place-based approach offers the best chance of achieving real change. Each speaker will give a short presentation and then a group panel discussion and Q&A will take place, facilitated by Sally.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Convened by London Sport's SportTech Innovation programme, Sport Tech Hub, this workshop will explore the ways that new innovations in SportTech are helping to address inequalities in participation, and ensure that tech is a force for good in supporting stronger communities.
    Workshop 2
    Where
    Workshop 2

  • With urban sports gaining in prominence and featuring heavily in the Tokyo Olympic Games programming, this session will explore whether urban sport activities are the future of physical activity, and how traditional sports can adapt effectively for urban spaces.
    Workshop 2
    Where
    The Huddle

  • A roundtable exploring issues around decolonisation, global voices, and the need for greater diversity in the state of physical activity and sport.
    The Huddle
    Where
    The Huddle

  • Looking at three organisational approaches to research, insight and monitoring & evaluation, this workshop will explore how and whether research practices can adapt to new situations and inform sustainable success in grassroots sport programmes.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session, featuring presentations from the LTA, England Boxing and Single Homeless Project, will look at how community sport programmes are responding to emerging social issues, including representation, rehabilitation and community outreach.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Will the experiences of covid-19 and the national lockdown lead to long-term changes in our relationship with digital exercise? How can the physical activity and sport sector ensure it's ahead of the game in reacting to consumer expectations in the digital age? These are the big questions which our panel of industry experts will explore as we take an in-depth look at the future of physical activity in the digital age.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Featuring representatives from cities within the Active Citizens Worldwide network, this plenary panel discussion will explore learnings and initiatives from across the globe in an effort to understand the trends and developments that will shape physical activity and sport over the next decade, and the ways that we can prepare for the changes that lie ahead of us.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

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  • Day 1

    14th Oct 2020

  • Day 2

    15th Oct 2020

  • Day 3

    16th Oct 2020

  • Day 4

    17th Oct 2020

  • Building on the morning keynote, a view from the perspective of services and facilities.
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Health inequalities in London – is physical activity playing its part?
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • An overview of current and future approaches to inspire and support this audience to sustain an active lifestyle, including a focus on the We Are Undefeatable campaign.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session will set the scene for Active London, exploring why inequalities persist across London and the UK.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Youth discussion on how covid-19 has affected the health and wellbeing of youth.
    The Huddle
    Where
    The Huddle

  • Hear from strategic and delivery groups working with identified people, and learn about Londoners personal experiences.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Developing a truly representative workforce.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • A look at how organisations have continued to support their communities during the challenging conditions triggered by covid-19.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Join us to hear the lived experiences of lockdown from underrepresented groups.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Will review:

    - How the principles of GOGA show that a disability project can drive community-led place-based work and lead strategic change (using examples from the national programme). This is from a funder’s perspective but will also include Activity Alliance’s programme lead overview.

    - Legacy of the first phase of GOGA demonstrating how this has worked in London, including development of local disability sport networks and how GOGA’s ‘key ingredients’ (active together, reaching the most inactive) are still shaping work in these boroughs.

    - How GOGA is being used as a strategic driver enabling cross-departmental working at the council, including intersectionality (reaching disabled young people in LSEG communities and project co-design).

    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session will examine why a place-based approach offers the best chance of achieving real change. Each speaker will give a short presentation and then a group panel discussion and Q&A will take place, facilitated by Sally.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Convened by London Sport's SportTech Innovation programme, Sport Tech Hub, this workshop will explore the ways that new innovations in SportTech are helping to address inequalities in participation, and ensure that tech is a force for good in supporting stronger communities.
    Workshop 2
    Where
    Workshop 2

  • With urban sports gaining in prominence and featuring heavily in the Tokyo Olympic Games programming, this session will explore whether urban sport activities are the future of physical activity, and how traditional sports can adapt effectively for urban spaces.
    Workshop 2
    Where
    The Huddle

  • A roundtable exploring issues around decolonisation, global voices, and the need for greater diversity in the state of physical activity and sport.
    The Huddle
    Where
    The Huddle

  • Looking at three organisational approaches to research, insight and monitoring & evaluation, this workshop will explore how and whether research practices can adapt to new situations and inform sustainable success in grassroots sport programmes.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session, featuring presentations from the LTA, England Boxing and Single Homeless Project, will look at how community sport programmes are responding to emerging social issues, including representation, rehabilitation and community outreach.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Will the experiences of covid-19 and the national lockdown lead to long-term changes in our relationship with digital exercise? How can the physical activity and sport sector ensure it's ahead of the game in reacting to consumer expectations in the digital age? These are the big questions which our panel of industry experts will explore as we take an in-depth look at the future of physical activity in the digital age.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Featuring representatives from cities within the Active Citizens Worldwide network, this plenary panel discussion will explore learnings and initiatives from across the globe in an effort to understand the trends and developments that will shape physical activity and sport over the next decade, and the ways that we can prepare for the changes that lie ahead of us.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

Expand All +
  • Day 1

    14th Oct 2020

  • Day 2

    15th Oct 2020

  • Day 3

    16th Oct 2020

  • Day 4

    17th Oct 2020

  • Building on the morning keynote, a view from the perspective of services and facilities.
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Health inequalities in London – is physical activity playing its part?
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • An overview of current and future approaches to inspire and support this audience to sustain an active lifestyle, including a focus on the We Are Undefeatable campaign.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session will set the scene for Active London, exploring why inequalities persist across London and the UK.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Youth discussion on how covid-19 has affected the health and wellbeing of youth.
    The Huddle
    Where
    The Huddle

  • Hear from strategic and delivery groups working with identified people, and learn about Londoners personal experiences.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Developing a truly representative workforce.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • A look at how organisations have continued to support their communities during the challenging conditions triggered by covid-19.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Join us to hear the lived experiences of lockdown from underrepresented groups.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Will review:

    - How the principles of GOGA show that a disability project can drive community-led place-based work and lead strategic change (using examples from the national programme). This is from a funder’s perspective but will also include Activity Alliance’s programme lead overview.

    - Legacy of the first phase of GOGA demonstrating how this has worked in London, including development of local disability sport networks and how GOGA’s ‘key ingredients’ (active together, reaching the most inactive) are still shaping work in these boroughs.

    - How GOGA is being used as a strategic driver enabling cross-departmental working at the council, including intersectionality (reaching disabled young people in LSEG communities and project co-design).

    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session will examine why a place-based approach offers the best chance of achieving real change. Each speaker will give a short presentation and then a group panel discussion and Q&A will take place, facilitated by Sally.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Convened by London Sport's SportTech Innovation programme, Sport Tech Hub, this workshop will explore the ways that new innovations in SportTech are helping to address inequalities in participation, and ensure that tech is a force for good in supporting stronger communities.
    Workshop 2
    Where
    Workshop 2

  • With urban sports gaining in prominence and featuring heavily in the Tokyo Olympic Games programming, this session will explore whether urban sport activities are the future of physical activity, and how traditional sports can adapt effectively for urban spaces.
    Workshop 2
    Where
    The Huddle

  • A roundtable exploring issues around decolonisation, global voices, and the need for greater diversity in the state of physical activity and sport.
    The Huddle
    Where
    The Huddle

  • Looking at three organisational approaches to research, insight and monitoring & evaluation, this workshop will explore how and whether research practices can adapt to new situations and inform sustainable success in grassroots sport programmes.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session, featuring presentations from the LTA, England Boxing and Single Homeless Project, will look at how community sport programmes are responding to emerging social issues, including representation, rehabilitation and community outreach.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Will the experiences of covid-19 and the national lockdown lead to long-term changes in our relationship with digital exercise? How can the physical activity and sport sector ensure it's ahead of the game in reacting to consumer expectations in the digital age? These are the big questions which our panel of industry experts will explore as we take an in-depth look at the future of physical activity in the digital age.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Featuring representatives from cities within the Active Citizens Worldwide network, this plenary panel discussion will explore learnings and initiatives from across the globe in an effort to understand the trends and developments that will shape physical activity and sport over the next decade, and the ways that we can prepare for the changes that lie ahead of us.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

Expand All +
  • Day 1

    14th Oct 2020

  • Day 2

    15th Oct 2020

  • Day 3

    16th Oct 2020

  • Day 4

    17th Oct 2020

  • Building on the morning keynote, a view from the perspective of services and facilities.
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Health inequalities in London – is physical activity playing its part?
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • An overview of current and future approaches to inspire and support this audience to sustain an active lifestyle, including a focus on the We Are Undefeatable campaign.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session will set the scene for Active London, exploring why inequalities persist across London and the UK.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Youth discussion on how covid-19 has affected the health and wellbeing of youth.
    The Huddle
    Where
    The Huddle

  • Hear from strategic and delivery groups working with identified people, and learn about Londoners personal experiences.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Developing a truly representative workforce.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • A look at how organisations have continued to support their communities during the challenging conditions triggered by covid-19.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Join us to hear the lived experiences of lockdown from underrepresented groups.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Will review:

    - How the principles of GOGA show that a disability project can drive community-led place-based work and lead strategic change (using examples from the national programme). This is from a funder’s perspective but will also include Activity Alliance’s programme lead overview.

    - Legacy of the first phase of GOGA demonstrating how this has worked in London, including development of local disability sport networks and how GOGA’s ‘key ingredients’ (active together, reaching the most inactive) are still shaping work in these boroughs.

    - How GOGA is being used as a strategic driver enabling cross-departmental working at the council, including intersectionality (reaching disabled young people in LSEG communities and project co-design).

    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session will examine why a place-based approach offers the best chance of achieving real change. Each speaker will give a short presentation and then a group panel discussion and Q&A will take place, facilitated by Sally.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Convened by London Sport's SportTech Innovation programme, Sport Tech Hub, this workshop will explore the ways that new innovations in SportTech are helping to address inequalities in participation, and ensure that tech is a force for good in supporting stronger communities.
    Workshop 2
    Where
    Workshop 2

  • With urban sports gaining in prominence and featuring heavily in the Tokyo Olympic Games programming, this session will explore whether urban sport activities are the future of physical activity, and how traditional sports can adapt effectively for urban spaces.
    Workshop 2
    Where
    The Huddle

  • A roundtable exploring issues around decolonisation, global voices, and the need for greater diversity in the state of physical activity and sport.
    The Huddle
    Where
    The Huddle

  • Looking at three organisational approaches to research, insight and monitoring & evaluation, this workshop will explore how and whether research practices can adapt to new situations and inform sustainable success in grassroots sport programmes.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • This session, featuring presentations from the LTA, England Boxing and Single Homeless Project, will look at how community sport programmes are responding to emerging social issues, including representation, rehabilitation and community outreach.
    Workshop 1
    Where
    Workshop 1

  • Will the experiences of covid-19 and the national lockdown lead to long-term changes in our relationship with digital exercise? How can the physical activity and sport sector ensure it's ahead of the game in reacting to consumer expectations in the digital age? These are the big questions which our panel of industry experts will explore as we take an in-depth look at the future of physical activity in the digital age.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage

  • Featuring representatives from cities within the Active Citizens Worldwide network, this plenary panel discussion will explore learnings and initiatives from across the globe in an effort to understand the trends and developments that will shape physical activity and sport over the next decade, and the ways that we can prepare for the changes that lie ahead of us.
    Main Session
    Where
    Main Stage