Welcome to October’s Activity Alliance newsletter. Activity Alliance is the operating name for the English Federation of Disability Sport. This edition features our Impact Report, AGM and Get Out Get Active resources.
Activity Alliance revisits impactful year at virtual AGM
Activity Alliance’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) took place on Wednesday 6 October 2021. During the meeting, the Activity Alliance team revisited some of the charity’s most impactful and innovative work from the year 2020-21. Read our Impact Report.
New learning resources launched at GOGA annual conference – During the annual GOGA conference, the team launched a set of new resources that capture and present key learnings from the programme over the last four years (2016-2020).Read more on the new resources.
Paralympian Ali Jawad on changing accessibility for health & wellbeing – Britain’s world champion para-powerlifter, Ali Jawad, tells us how his new fitness app, Accessercise, aims to a bridge gap in accessibility across the fitness sector. His aim – to support disabled people’s wellbeing as well as physical health. Read Ali’s interview.
Latest news from the National Disability Sports OrganisationsCatch up on September’s monthly news round-up from the National Disability Sports Organisations. Read the latest NDSO news.
Achieve fairness with us
We are the national charity and leading voice for disabled people in sport and activity. We work with others to challenge perceptions and change the reality of disability, inclusion and sport. We rely on generous fundraisers to develop and continue our work.
Move more where you are
We are committed to ensuring disabled people can be and stay active. Access exercise advice, workouts, and activity guides to support disabled people. This helps everyone to move more, whether at home, outside or in your local area. Get Active
Our response to latest Sport England Active Lives Survey
Activity Alliance responds to the latest Sport England Active Lives Survey and our concern that there are widening inequalities for disabled people. Read the results and our response.