Sir Kenny backs bid to widen sport participation

Sir Kenny Dalglish joins guests from sport, business and politics at first London breakfast

 
 

More intelligence needed to inform and improve Scottish sport

OSS and Stirling University investigate sport's research needs

 
 

Can Scotland make 'Social Prescribing' work nationally?

Parliament calls on government to shift 5% funding to physical activity and sport to improve nation's health

 
 

Activity is same as prescribing drugs say MSPs

OSS backs call to change medical thinking

 
 

Scotland challenged to up its game at Summit

From government to community, over 250 delegates discussed how to use sport to improve nation's health

 
 

Analysing Scottish sport participation and how we compare with Europe

Sport Participation in Scotland: Trends and Future Prospects. Nick Rowe investigates.

 
 

Prison violence falls by 83% with help from table tennis

Research of sport programme in Surrey prison shows massive benefit - similar story in Scotland?

 
 

If sport benefits all, what is the evidence?

Sport participation in Scotland: Quantifying the benefits. Dr Larissa Davies reports.

 
 

Where is sport in Scotland growing?

Identifying Scottish sport's decline, growth, opportunity and challenge. Prof Simon Shibli reports.

 
 

The Observatory for Sport in Scotland

Independent research and insights helping to shape a healthier Scotland

 
 

Sport's victims or winners?

Canadian research turns spotlight on maltreatment of children in sport

 
 

ASI Scottish Open welcomes the OSS

Access to sport in schools big talking point at OSS breakfast

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