An active nation begins at local community levels, but where does it start and how do you prioritise resources and needs. A thorough data assessment to prove needs and priorities with a collective agreement on where the policy and resourcing should be invested. Exploring the European and Queensland approach.

Oliver Vanges, Development Specialist, The Danish Foundation for Culture and Sports Facilities
Developing Active Places to Make Active Cities

Phil Reeves, Executive Chair, Active Queenslanders Industry Alliance
A Collective Approach to a More Active Queensland

Naomi Shearon, Strategic Lead – Strategy, Sport England
An Olympic Games Wont Drive Participation Growth by Itself, but a Collective Approach to Drive a More Active Community Can

John Lee, Director-General, Department of Tourism, Innovation and Sport, Queensland Government
The Next Decade, Driving Participation Growth Ready for the Brisbane 2032 Games

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