EOC Briefing - no 42 - Winter 2015
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EOC Briefing - no 42 - Winter 2015

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Date Added:11 January 2016

EOC Briefing - no 42 - Winter 2015

Contents include:

GOVERNMENT

  • EOC Briefing - no 42 - Winter 2015
  • A national outdoor recreation strategy for England - Published: 30/11/2015
  • Department for Culture, Media and Sport (17 December 2015) - New strategy to strengthen sport from the grassroots to the elite
  • Department for Transport (17 December 2015) - Setting the first walking and cycling investment strategy

PARLIAMENT

  • House of Commons – Health Select Committee (30 November 2015)
  • Childhood obesity demands bold Government action committee report finds

STATISTICS and RESEARCH

  • ukactive (5 November 2015)- Blue Print for an Active Britain
  • Just published! The Effectiveness of Outdoor Learning Review
    Monitor of Engagement with the Natural Environment (MENE)
  • Youngsters in deprived areas priced out of sporting activites

OTHER NEWS

  • Outdoor Recreation Debate
  • European LEarning Syllabus for Outdoor Animators (ELESA)
  • Cabinet Office (19 November 2015) - National Citizen Service (NCS) conference 2015: Rob Wilson speech at QEII Conference Centre, London
  • Sport England CEO, Jennie Price to speak at OIA Conference & AGM 2016

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