The Economic and Social Value of Sport and Recreation to New Zealand
This comprehensive national study on the value of sport by Professor Paul Dalziel from the AERU Research Unit at Lincoln University expands on work by BERL more than a decade ago. The report concludes that sport and recreation makes a significant contribution to the national economy and our society.
Active New Zealand Survey (2013/14)
The 2013/14 Active NZ Survey interviews have been completed and are now being analysed. Top-line results are expected by the end of March 2015.
Seb Coe on young people and sport, anti-doping and more (video)
British politician and former champion athlete Lord Sebastian Coe shares his views on inspiring young people to take up sport and the barriers they face, sports integrity issues such as doping, and other subjects.
Ideas into action
Presentation from the Secondary Schools Forum (2009) on the theme that sport and recreation provides explicit learning contexts within secondary school curricula.
Presentation showing how events have played an important role in growing Sport Tasman’s business and Sport Tasman's value to the community. Emphasises the strategic setting and outlines compelling metrics.
Christchurch earthquake and events in Canterbury
Presentation setting out the strategic needs of post-earthquake Canterbury, and how these are addressing by events. Includes a case study in the Secondary School Mud Run.