New Zealand builds world-first hub for women’s sport

A global digital hub collecting research and stories of sportswomen from around the world will be New Zealand’s ongoing legacy to women and sport. Let’s say you’re a young footballer in the Hawke’s Bay who, against the odds, has started up a team for girls. Or you’re a researcher in Connecticut looking at why there aren’t enough women leaders in sport. And you both want to share your successes, struggles and findings with the rest of the world. For the first time, there will be a digital hub where research on women in sport and the personal stories of sportswomen will be collected from around the world and shared freely. And it’s being created here in New Zealand. READ MORE:New Zealand footballer Meikayla Moore signs with famous English club LiverpoolWhy NZ is now the outlier in world women’s sportWhy there’s still hope for women’s sport The ‘Insight Hub’ will be New Zealand’s legacy from holding the International Working Group (IWG) World Conference on Women and Sport, in Auckland in 2022. The conference will be one of the ‘Big Four’ women’s sports events planned to hit New Zealand over the next three years – alongside World Cups in rugby, cricket and… Read full this story

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