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Sector Support Toolkits
Accessible and Inclusive Physical Activity Guidelines
This list of accessible and inclusive physical activity considerations has been put together to help you think of the things you may need to do to make your physical activities more accessible and inclusive so those who may be disabled can take part.Download
Advocating for Women & Girls | Sport NZ
The Government's Women and Girls in Sport and Active Recreation Strategy aims to ensure that all women and girls, in all roles, are visible, feel positive about the contribution they make, and value being involved and participating in all levels of play, active recreation and sport.Click here
Gender Insights | Sport NZ
Sport NZ has taken its research and insights and split it into a number of different demographics to help you understand why some people are less active.Click here
Case Study: Developing the HERA® brandDownload
HERA Case Study: Girl on Fire
Funded through Harbour Sport’s KiwiSport Fast Fund, Girl on Fire focuses on getting girls in Years 7 to 10 (ages 11 to 15) active in their preferred form of physical activity.Download
HERA Case Study: Otahuhu Recreation CentreDownload
HERA Case Study: Papatoetoe Cricket ClubDownload
HERA Case Study: Tania Dalton Foundation Boost ProgrammeView
HERA Case Study: VolleyfestDownload
HERA | Participant Led Design Questions
Participant Led Design is only going to be useful if the resulting outcome is realistic, achievable and provides an experience that the participant wants.Download
HERA | Participant Led Design Approach
A key to designing a solution to a challenge is to get close to the issue and work with the people we are trying to help.Download
HERA | Taking a Co-Design ApproachHERA | Taking a Co-Design Approach