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The National Sport and Active Recreational Policy Framework (the Framework) was developed by Commonwealth, state and territory government departments responsible for sport and recreation, with feedback provided by a range of national sporting organisations, active recreation organisations and peak bodies.
The Department for Communities has developed a new strategic plan for 2011-2015. The Strategic Plan outlines the Department's vision, purpose, values and strategic priorities for the next five years.
|Resource type:||Policy, Planning and Strategy Documents|
|Tags:||Active living, Adolescents, Aged, Children, Communities, Early years, Families, Government agencies, Older people, Parents, Participation, Planning (strategic/organisational), Policy, Planning and Strategy Documents, Strategies, Teenagers, Volunteers, Women, Young Adults, Young people|
The National Volunteering Strategy sets out the Australian Government’s vision for volunteering in Australia over the next 10 years. The aim of the strategy is to ensure that by 2021 volunteering is encouraged, supported and recognised by all Australians.
As part of the 2010-11 Budget, the Australian Government has announced its new direction for Australian sport. The Minister for Sport, Kate Ellis MP, released the Australian Government’s new sport vision Australian Sport: The Pathway to Success which is backed by $195 million in extra funding, the largest-ever injection into Australian sport.
Keeping mentally healthy is just as important as staying physically healthy and it’s as easy as A-B-C: Act-Belong-Commit.
WASDA is the peak, non profit organisation that is responsible for ensuring people with disabilities are empowered and have a range of opportunities to participate in sport and recreation.
The Disability Services Commission is the State Government agency responsible for advancing opportunities, community participation and quality of life for people with disabilities. The Commission provides a range of direct services and support and also funds non-government agencies to provide services to people with disabilities, their families and carers.
A number of physical activity related funding opportunities provided by non-government, local, State and federal agencies have been identified.
|Tags:||Active living, Advocacy, Benefits of physical activity, Community safety, Environment, Government policy, Government programs, Health campaigns, Health policy, Participation, Physical activity, Physical activity levels, Presentation, Publications, Recreation, Statistics, Sustainability|
Ben Kent's presentation drew on his experience in the youth sector to share what he has learnt regarding young people's value and desire when it comes to keeping active.
This presentation highlights key findings from the 2009 Physical Activity Adult Survey, with a specific focus on walking.
This presentation discusses the key findings from the 2009 Physical Activity Adult Survey.
The Physical Activity Levels of WA Adults 2009: Call to Action presentation addresses key strategies and actions based on the findings of the 2009 Physical Activity Adult Survey.
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