Working towards The Football Association's vision of "Unite the game, inspire the nation" I currently serve as an FA Council Member, Chair the FA National Youth Council, and am part of the Football Development Committee, Youth participation committee and Inclusion Advisory Board.
Through football, We have a unique ability to unite all parts of society. The six 'Game Changer' objectives and eight 'Serve the Game' objectives demonstrate our determination to substantially change the fabric of the game and address key societal issues.
In England, football must be a game where the opportunities for every girl to play are the same as for every boy. A game in which, wherever you live, you have easy access to a great, affordable facility on which to play. A game run by the latest digital tools – easily administered from a phone as part of everyday life, lessening the burden on our wonderful volunteers.
As Chair of the FA National Youth Council I developed and work towards the vision of 'ensuring all young people have meaningful and inclusive opportunities to develop themselves and positively influence the community'. We as a team support our network of youth leaders through various educational, learning and developmental opportunities throughout the year
Football must be a game which embraces diversity and battles discrimination. Everyone must be made to feel welcome on our pitches and our terraces.
The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) is the organisation behind Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Representing the voice of young people on the LLDC Board, I lead the youth collective to develop Elevate: Shaping and Uplifting Futures to drive innovation and growth in East London
The London Legacy Development Corporation was formed in April 2012 to use the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games to develop a dynamic new heart for east London, creating opportunities for local people to bring jobs, investment, homes and amazing leisure opportunities to the people who live near and around it
More People - More Sport - More Often
Many people are excluded from taking part in sport. The aim is to remove these barriers, enabling everyone to improve their quality of life through sport.
WNST makes grants to clubs and other organisations in the London Borough of Brent, to improve the range and quality of sporting opportunities available to the borough's residents; and to groups across London and further afield around the country to increase sporting participation amongst under represented groups.
As a trustee at a tender age it is my aim to ensure that the impact WNST makes on its community is needs-led and relevant.
The Legacy Football League is an exciting community, sports, personal and economic development project. The project builds on extensive consultation with the local community. For young people.
The Legacy Football League supports local young people at football clubs to take action and achieve their personal and economic goals.
This Legacy Football League engages with local grassroots football teams and supports the young participants. Through my research I have found that the clubs interact with typically disenfranchised young people who are vulnerable and ‘at risk’. In consultations many young people described their football clubs as a “safe space” and an “escape from negative influences in daily life”. By developing a fun, innovative programme the project is able to build on the relationship with the young person and establish a partnership that focuses on increasing their employment and entrepreneurial opportunities.
The legacy Football League integrates participants into a social infrastructure which improves Community Cohesion by developing life-skills and through the powerful and unified language of football
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