The European University Sports Association (EUSA) has helped hold another workshop as part of the Innovating Football Leadership through Practice and Policy (iFlipp) project.
The International Basketball Federation (FIBA) has underlined its commitment to bringing more women into the sport by publishing a comprehensive survey into the current state of the women's game.
Having taken the knee - actually it was both knees - in a rather nasty fall and ended up flat on my back in hospital these past couple of weeks, I have had time to reflect on and reassess certain aspects of this sporting life.
The World Cup, the Olympics, the Boat Race - women officials stepping into traditionally male-dominated roles
Rachael Blackmore’s achievement this month in becoming the first female jockey to win the Grand National, in company with Minella Times, marked a heady high point for women in sport - that is, the wider world of men's and women's sport.
Alan Hubbard: Like Athens 2004, Tokyo 2020 gets a welcome woman’s touch, even if much out of her hands
Whether by accident or design it was certainly a smart move by the Japanese Government to bring in a woman to replace a misogynistically-inclined octogenarian to head up Tokyo 2020's Organising Committee.
The French Paralympic and Sports Committee (CPSF) has begun showcasing some of the country's finest female Paralympians as part of a campaign on social media to improve the representation of women in sport.
The Fiji Association of Sports and National Olympic Committee's (FASANOC) Women in Sport Commission has recently held an in-house closed workshop on how violence impacts women in sport.
The Argentine Olympic Committee's (COA) Women in Sport Commission has organised a seminar to be held in San Juan on Wednesday (August 5).
The Zimbabwe Olympic Committee (ZOC) is hosting the country's first Women’s Sport Leadership Academy (WSLA) training course.