As the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup draws a stadium-level spotlight on women’s sport, academics and sport management leaders will converge at Griffith University to acknowledge past progress and envision future change on and off the field. The symposium marks a celebration of the growing global momentum to propel women in all sports-related settings, whilst […]
The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) has announced Griffith University’s Associate Professor Clare Minahan will lead the Female Performance & Health Initiative (FPHI) in not one, but two major research groups working to optimise performance in female athletes. Associate Professor Minahan (School of Health Sciences and Social Work) has established the Operations and Advisory Research […]
Recovering community sport clubs need to rethink mental health needs and embrace gender equity or be dwarfed by changing lock down habits.
AFL Women’s (AFLW) players are expected to be optimistic and grateful for their substandard work conditions and low pay new research shows.