The ALL IN project held its closing event in Brussels on 10 September, showcasing the results of this 20-month project. The event was attended by country partners to the project and representatives of sports organisations.
After intense data collection campaigns were rolled out across 18 partner countries, the detailed results show that, despite some progress, there is still a long way to go if the objective of gender balance in sport is to become a reality.
Those present were impressed by the detailed nature of the data and considered the project to be a concrete example of strong co-operation between the Council of Europe and the European Commission. Stakeholders will now use the tools available to help them support and implement the Committee of Ministers’ Recommendation on gender mainstreaming in sport.
The statistics, analytical report, country-specific leaflets and other resources produced by the project are all available online: