Girls on the move impact statement

Adrienne Hughes, J Taylor, P. Koufaki

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Abstract

Since 2005, Youth Scotland’s Girls on the Move programme has been increasing young women’s physical activity levels in Scotland, by addressing the barriers that prevent their participation.

The programme has been evaluated by a team from the School of Sport at Stirling University, led by John Taylor, Research Fellow.

This team, in partnership with Youth Scotland, has recently published an Impact Statement to summarise the findings of the evaluation. The Impact Statement contains facts, figures and case studies which the influence Girls on the Move has had on young women across Scotland.
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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Keywords

  • physical activity
  • active lifestyle
  • health survey

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Hughes, A., Taylor, J., & Koufaki, P. (2011). Girls on the move impact statement.
Hughes, Adrienne ; Taylor, J ; Koufaki, P. / Girls on the move impact statement. 2011. 8 p.
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