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Source: Active Partnerships 07.04.22

https://www.activepartnerships.org/news/using-sport-and-physical-activity-increase-employability-people-furthest-labour-market

 

The contribution of physical activity and sport on health, wellbeing, economic recovery and growth is extensive, and covers a number of different areas of work. This includes using it as a vehicle to increase employability and inclusive growth, by improving skills & health with people currently furthest from the labour market.

Activ

Source: NHS March 2022

https://www.england.nhs.uk/about/equality/equality-hub/core20plus5/

Intro and data sections - Core20slides.pptx

core20plus5-online-engage-survey-supporting-document-v1.pdf

 

Core20

The most deprived 20% of the national population as identified by the national Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD). The IMD has seven domains with indicators accounting for a wide range of social determinants of health.

PLUS

  • Integrated Care System (ICS)-determined population groups experiencing

Source: Young Peoples Health 14.12.21

https://www.youngpeopleshealth.org.uk/what-are-health-inequalities-and-why-do-they-matter-for-young-people

 

According to the Association of Young People’s Health, Covid-19 has exacerbated health inequalities amongst young people in the UK, with those from disadvantaged backgrounds or minority groups being disproportionately affected. Young people have experienced huge upheavals during this period, with unprecedented changes to education, university, employm

Source: Move More Sheffield June 21

https://www.movemoresheffield.com/move-more-strategy-2021-2026

Move+More+-+Strategy+development+process.pdf

Move+More+Strategy+-+Theory+of+Change.pdf

Sheffield’s Move More Month 2021 is being recognised this June with the launch of a new physical activity strategy that sets out a clear vision and mission which unites the city’s residents with a shared purpose to create a healthier, happier and more connected Sheffield.
The renewed approach comes in the wake of

 

Health Equity in England_The Marmot Review 10 Years On_full report.pdf

This report has been produced by the Institute of Health Equity and commissioned by the Health Foundation to mark 10 years on from the landmark study Fair Society, Healthy Lives (The Marmot Review).

 The report highlights that:

  • people can expect to spend more of their lives in poor health
  • improvements to life expectancy have stalled, and declined for the poorest 10% of women
  • the health gap has grown between wealthy and deprived a