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Let your past, and our present, shape their future – Katie Hoddinott

#WAOYouth is taking place on 12th and 28th March in Cardiff and Llanrwst, respectively. Katie Hoddinott is 17. She volunteers for Melin Homes, studies at High School and was keen to get some work experience. With our upcoming youth event we wanted to learn about what matters to young people today, and whether what matters to young people is being heard, understood and listened to, by “people in charge”. Katie’s personal experience of having uncertainty about what to do after finishing school led her to look at how the education… Read more Let your past, and our present, shape their future – Katie Hoddinott

Tackling Inequalities

Since its launch in 2012 Sport Wales has invested £4million of National Lottery funding over two phases of its Calls4Action programme in 21 separate projects.  It has demonstrated exemplar practice through innovative partnerships to achieve participation by hard to reach groups. Carwyn Young – Sport Wales’s lead officer for Calls4Action provides his personal perspective on the learning that is emerging from UK Research Consultancy Service (RCS) longitudinal evaluation of the programme and what it could mean for Sport Wales and the sector. I can still recall the conversation in January… Read more Tackling Inequalities